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Editors and Executives of News Website Malaysian Insider Are Arrested

Critics call the detention of five people from the publication, over an article about a proposal to allow strict Islamic law, an assault on press freedom.

Yahoo Style editor Joe Zee has sold his gorgeous New York apartment for $2 million

Joe Zee, editor-in-chief and executive creative officer for Yahoo Style, has sold his New York City apartment for $2 million, Page Six reports. The buyer is fashion designer Narciso Rodriguez, who already owns an apartment next door.  Zee's old apartment is gorgeous, with 11-foot ceilings and hardwood floors.  Zee has had a long career in fashion. Show More Summary

Malaysian police arrest editors, executives of news portal

Bangkok, March 31, 2015--Police have detained three editors and two executives of The Malaysian Insider news portal in Malaysia's Kelantan state and accused them of sedition, according to news reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists calls for the immediate and unconditional release of those arrested....

Susan Chira of New York Times and David Remnick of New Yorker join CPJ's board of directors

New York, March 30, 2015--New York Times Deputy Executive Editor Susan Chira and David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker magazine, joined the Committee to Protect Journalists' board of directors, the organization said today....

Follow Your Gut, and Find a Trusted Editor: A Q&A With Carey Salerno of Alice James Books

In this second installment of my conversation with Carey Salerno, Executive Editor of Alice James Books, a cooperative poetry press with an emphasis on women writers, Carey shares some additional insights on the future of publishingShow More Summary

Dean Baquet Will Ring In Second Century of University of Montana Journalism

On Thursday, April 16, the current executive editor of the New York Times will be in Missoula to deliver the school’s 58th annual Dean Stone Lecture. Baquet’s speech will be titled “Quality Journalism in the Digital Age – ChallengesShow More Summary

Kinsey Wilson named executive vice president of product and technology at The New York Times

The New York Times The New York Times on Monday announced that Kinsey Wilson, who was previously The Times’ editor for strategy and innovation, will be executive vice president of product and technology. The New York Times announced in November Wilson would join the paper’s masthead. Show More Summary

Kinsey Wilson Promoted at NY Times

The New York Times has promoted Kinsey Wilson from editor for strategy and innovation to executive vice president, product and technology. Wilson joined the Times in February. He came to the company from NPR, where he served as executive...Show More Summary

Career Beat: Gregg Birnbaum named senior news editor at CNN Money

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Marc Weiner has been named news director at FIOS1 News in New York. Previously, he was an executive producer for Al Jazeera America. (Rick Gevers) Gregg Birnbaum will be a senior news editor at CNN Money. Show More Summary

PG&E defends its record on customer safety

To the editor: Your article quotes a claim that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. diverted funds earmarked for gas safety work to executive compensation. That claim is wrong. The misperception grew out of two reports by a consultant to the California Public Utilities Commission, which alleged...

Listen to a podcast on 2015 40 Under 40

Crain's Executive Editor Jeremy Smerd, senior reporter Adrianne Pasquarelli and photographer Buck Ennis discuss Crain's 2015 40 Under 40 honorees.. To view the full story, click the title link.

RD Recap: Changes at Time; Jazmine Hughes Joins NYT Mag

Coastal Living replaces editor Antonia van der Meer with Country Living executive editor Steele Marcoux, who once served as design director at her new home. “Steele is a great editorial talent who knows how to inspire print and digital audiences with smart packaging and storytelling, especially when it comes to style and design,” Time Inc. Show More Summary

Is Real Estate Wholesaling Illegal? 

[Editor’s Note: Please be aware that this material does not serve as legal advice. To safely practice wholesaling, be sure to consult Federal and State laws specific to your area before executing any deals.] One of the more “hotly debated” topics on BiggerPockets is concerning the legality of wholesaling. In fact, one of the most popular [...]Show More Summary

Yemen Conflict Could Disrupt Iranian Nuclear Negotiations - US Experts

The escalation of the conflict in Yemen could lead to a Sunni-Shiite war that could go on for generations, according to US-based Executive Intelligence Review Senior Editor Jeff Steinberg.

NYT reporter Tanzina Vega moves to CNN Politics

New York Times reporter Tanzina Vega will join CNN Politics to cover the intersection of technology, politics and civil rights, according to a Friday staff memo from CNN Politics Executive Editor Rachel Smolkin. Vega, who will report...Show More Summary

Fishbowl Five: Women’s Health Editor-in-Chief Amy Keller Laird

Amy Keller Laird was promoted from executive editor of Women’s Health to editor-in-chief in September 2014 after Michele Promaulayko left the Rodale pub the month prior to become the top editor at Yahoo Health. The former deputy editor...Show More Summary

Athlon Taps Brad Dunn as Chief Digtital Officer

Brad Dunn has been named senior VP, chief digital officer for Athlon Media Group/Parade. Dunn is a veteran of the Parade brand, having served as executive editor of the magazine for eight years when it was owned by Advance Publications. Dunn...Show More Summary

Route Fifty Staffs Up Ahead of Launch

Michael Grass, executive editor of Atlantic Media’s embryonic, state-focused digital publication Route Fifty, announced three new hires as the site prepares for its debut later this spring. Dave Nyzcepir, previously a reporter for the Southern California-based Desert Sun, comes on as news editor and Bill Lucia will be a reporter for the site. Show More Summary

Henry Holt to Publish Pamela Paul’s Memoir

Pamela Paul, the editor of The New York Times Book Review, has signed a deal for her memoir. Henry Holt & Company executive editor Paul Golob negotiated the terms of the agreement with literary agent Lydia Wills. The release date for My Life with Bob has been set for Fall 2017. Show More Summary

I Beat A Patent Troll And You Can Too

Editor’s Note: Chris Hulls is the chief executive of the family networking and communication service, Life360. I thought I was finished standing up to bullies when I left junior high. Being the quiet guy and a late bloomer made me an easy target growing up, but I eventually fought back and after that no one ever bothered me again… that is, until now. As a tech founder… Read More

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