Marie Claire readers are about to see a new name in the magazine’s masthead, one they might already be familiar with. Janet Mock, an author and former editor at People.com, was first in the pages of Marie Claire in 2011, when Marie Claire...Show More Summary
Pew Research Center president Alan Murray has been named editor of Fortune magazine. He succeeds Andy Serwer, who is leaving Time Inc. (Time Inc. press release) Washington Post’s “much anticipated” Storyline – now online – is “dedicated to the power of stories to help us understand complicated, critical things.” (washingtonpost.com) | Wonk wars … Read More
Slate has named Dan Kois its new culture editor. Kois, a senior editor at Slate, was most recently editor of the site’s Book Review section. He is also a contributor to The New York Times Magazine. As the founding editor of New York’s culture blog, Vulture, Kois has plenty of pop culture chops. Show More Summary
The New Yorker aims “to make a website that is to the Internet what the magazine is to all other magazines.” (capitalnewyork.com) | The editors explain their site’s change in appearance, content, and access. (newyorker.com) Magazines are still the ultimate engagement vehicle. (digiday.com) David Carr: One reason “we always stay jacked in … Read More
[Editor's note: In 2008, veteran entertainment journalist Brantley Bardin interviewed the brilliant Broadway baby Elaine Stritch, who died July 17 at age 89, for a women's magazine which ultimately decided not to publish it because the editors deemed it too "tough." Bardin, who has exchanged dialogue with an almost endless who's who of challenging show business legends […]
On Friday’s Now With Alex Wagner, the editor of the far-left magazine The Nation, Katrina vanden Heuvel, declared to viewers that they keep in mind that the President of Ukraine has waged war “against his own people in southeastern Ukraine”...Show More Summary
"When @JacquelynGill challenged the idea that sexually dehumanizing trans women is okay by saying the image was just another "male gazey image," Austin responded, 'Interesting to consider how those gazey males will feel when they find out.'"
From the Editors of Science: ….unfortunately, there have been far too many cases where the quantitative analysis of those numbers has been flawed, causing doubt about the authors’ interpretation and uncertainty about the result. Furthermore, it is not realistic to … Continue reading ? The post Science Magazine raises its statistical bar. Show More Summary
As editor of the two women’s magazines, Mr. Stein ran articles about race and politics, and introduced feminists like Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem.
People magazine; MTV; US Weekly; HollywoodLife. That’s the career progression of Carolyn Davis (pictured) who, effective July 15, is the managing editor for Bonnie Fuller‘s celebrity news site. To go along with this hire, HL also promoted senior reporter Emily Longeretta to news editor. Show More Summary
About five months ago, New York magazine’s Benjamin Wallace called to ask for my opinion of Kara Swisher who at the time had just launched Re/Code. Today his excellent profile of “Silicon Valley’s Most Feared and Well-Liked Journalist” was finally published. From our hour long conversation Wallace only used a couple a quotes which, it turns out, was plenty...
Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson is making the media rounds this week opening up about her firing, and in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, Abramson talks about that whole mess, but she also reveals a bit about the Times' clashes with the government over printing sensitive information.
Taking a break from all the buzz surrounding his new flick “Horns,” Daniel Radcliffe chatted with the editors over at O Magazine. During his interview, the “Harry Potter” actor opened up about his love for Eminem tunes and what he’dShow More Summary
Robert Stein, who rose from Daily News copyboy to editor in chief at Redbook and McCall’s magazines in an illustrious seven-decade career, has died.
Lindsay Lambert has been named the new managing editor of Coastal Living. She comes to the magazine from Rue La La, where she served as content editor for the company’s Living and Little Rue businesses. “Lindsay is an accomplished editor...Show More Summary
Capital New York has the memo. Circulated to New York magazine staffers on Monday, the communique announced the earth-shaking departure of executive editor John Homans for Bloomberg Media’s forthcoming Politics vertical. There, Homans...Show More Summary
David Plotz, the editor-in-chief of Slate, is stepping down after six years. His deputy editor, Julia Turner, takes over the online magazine today. Read more...
She replaces David Plotz, who is stepping down after six years leading the online magazine.
Alastair Bonnett is a professor of social geography at Newcastle University and the former editor of the “avant-garde psychogeographical magazine” Transgressions: A Journal of Urban Exploration. Those kinds of bona fides make him the perfect writer to bring us Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies. Show More Summary
Because there is exactly ONE Step to a Bikini Body and we all know it. Read more