Deputy Assistant Secretary for Overseas Citizen Services Karen Christensen recently moderated a panel at the New York Times Travel Show featuring travel experts Ed Salvato, Editor of Man about World, a digital travel magazine for gay men; Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson, stars of the publi
The New Yorker magazine recently featured a profile of the Internet Archive, an attempt to preserve the entire web. Nick Thompson, editor of NewYorker.com, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on the story.
Bon Appétit has made a few changes to its editorial team. Details are below. Julia Kramer has been named senior editor. Kramer was most recently an associate restaurant editor for the magazine. Amiel Stanek has been promoted to assistant editor. Show More Summary
National Journal magazine has hired John B. Judis as a senior writer, announced Richard Just, editor of NJ magazine, this afternoon. Judis, author and former senior editor for The New Republic, will write feature stories for the magazine...Show More Summary
The struggling magazine will publish a summer issue. Indie food periodical Modern Farmer almost but not quite really shut down last week, but is emerging from the ashes of its former self. According to a press release, today the magazine...Show More Summary
In case you missed, the latest cover of Australia’s weekly magazine Women’s Day has been stirring up a puzzled storm. The editors took a perfectly good January 19 photo of the Duchess of Cambridge and turned it into this: Today, in the...Show More Summary
Emmy Award-winning producer and former managing editor of politics at NBC News, Betsy Fischer Martin, will be joining MORE Magazine as contributing editor for Washington. The announcement came in the newly redesigned February issue of...Show More Summary
The first issue of 2015 hits newsstands on February 17. The latest issue of indie food magazine Lucky Peach is about to bombard the world l ike a Calvin Klein fragrance: Its theme is Obsession. Lucky Peach editors are obsessed with chef and baker Chad Robertson of Tartine in San Francisco and LA-based chef Jeremy Fox of Rustic Canyon. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Julia Ioffe will be a contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine. Previously, she was a senior editor of The New Republic. Jaime Fuller is joining New York magazine. Show More Summary
According to Dylan Byers, Julia Ioffe, a former senior editor of The New Republic, will be joining The New York Times Magazine as a contributing writer. Ioffe, a Moscow-born journalist and expert on the Russian/Eurasian world, will cover...Show More Summary
In a new interview Laurent Léger, investigations editor of Charlie Hebdo and a survivor of the January 7th assault on the magazine's Paris office, condemned President Obama for his administration's attack on press freedom. "You have to be very happy [Obama] didn't come to the march in Paris," said Léger. Show More Summary
The Reading Public Museum opened their new exhibition, Backstage Pass: Baron Wolman and the Early Years of Rolling Stone, allowing visitors to explore how photographers and editors of Rolling Stone guided the creation of the ?rock star? persona, from concert, to cover, to icon. Show More Summary
Modern Farmer, the stylish quarterly that tried to mix cosmopolitan glamour with a back-to-the-land ethos, is ceasing publication one month after its founding editor quit and months after it won a National Magazine Award. As of Friday, the magazine has no editorial staff or leader. But there has also been no formal statement about it closing permanently, leaving some glimmer...
The exodus from The New Republic continues, with five staffers walking out the door, including chief operating officer Sloan Eddleston and production director Trina Robertson. Design director Erick Fletes, communications director Annie Augustine and story editor James Burnett are also leaving. Show More Summary
The Economist announced this week that, for the first time in its 172-year history, a woman will be in charge of the legendarily highbrow financial magazine.
Bon Appétit staffers moved into their new offices at One World Trade Center this week. Little did they know the occasion would be marked by controversy. Yesterday morning, the magazine’s executive editor, Christine Muhlke, tweeted that...Show More Summary
Zanny Minton Beddoes is the first woman to helm the news magazine in its 172-year history
After having heading World Poultry for over seven years, editor Ad Bal will leave the magazine and publishing company Reed Business Information. He will start his own business on communication in agriculture.
British magazine The Economist has named Zanny Minton Beddoes to the role of editor, marking the first time in the publication's 171-year history that it is led by a woman Beddoes has worked at the magazine since 1994, having previously...Show More Summary
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