MEDIA NEWS— Cooking Light has a new editor: Hunter Lewis, who has stints at Southern Living, Bon Appetit, and Saveur on his resume, will replace Scott Mowbray, who will retire after a 12-year tenure at the magazine's parent company....
The late author’s editor would not talk to reporter David Cay Johnson. Neither would Simon & Schuster spokesperson Paul Olewski. But there it is, nonetheless, detailed in the latest issue of Newsweek magazine. The litany of errors and fabrication committed by celebrity biographer C. Show More Summary
Nathan Lump is rejoining Travel + Leisure as its new editor. Lump previously worked for the magazine from 2000 to 2006. He most recently served as director of branded content at Condé Nast. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Nathan...Show More Summary
Erica Duecy has been named digital director for Saveur. She comes to the magazine from Fodor’s Travel, where she served as deputy web editor. Under Duecy’s guidance, Fodors.com won two SATW Lowell Thomas Journalism Awards and experienced...Show More Summary
The only black senior editor in People magazine's history has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the publication of racial discrimination. Tatsha Robertson, who was laid off in May, states in the lawsuit that People is "a discriminatory...Show More Summary
Acknowledging that the magazine’s web presence hasn’t fulfilled its potential, the editor in chief, Anna Wintour, said the new site would feature more content.
Those freakish “face-kini” masks worn by legions of sun-avoiding Chinese women have made the jump to haute couture thanks to a photoshoot featured in former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld's new magazine, CR Fashion Book.
Mr. Oseland, who has led the food magazine since 2006, will transform Rodale’s 62-year-old Organic Gardening publication into Organic Life.
Denver Post marijuana editor Ricardo Baca, who made a lot of personal headlines when he was selected for the job, has re-checked in with his High Times counterpart Chris Simunek (pictured) to talk about that magazine’s upcoming anniversary issue. Show More Summary
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out People ain’t really about OUR people. Black Editor From People Magazine Reveals Discriminatory Practices, Magazine Only Wanted Stories About Whites Now a former employee is spilling the beans on racist
Tatsha Robertson, People magazine's only black editor until she was fired in May, has filed a lawsuit against the magazine alleging that the publication is biased against blacks, that she was treated like a second-class citizen.
In the 40 years of People magazine's existence, only one of their editors has been black. Yeah, one. And that editor is filing a lawsuit against the paper, and its former executive editor, for what she calls a "completely dismissive attitude towards African-American employees."
The discrimination lawsuit filed by former People staffer Tatsha Robertson makes a number of incendiary claims against since-departed executive editor Betsy Gleick. From the New York Daily News report: When the magazine does put black people on its cover, they’re held to a different standard, the suit says. Show More Summary
An African-American former editor for People is suing the magazine, alleging it's "a discriminatory organization run entirely by white people who intentionally focus the magazine on stories involving white people and white celebrities." Read more...
The recently axed lone black editor of People says she was discriminated against by her boss, and that the popular magazine is biased against African-Americans in general.
Ex-Time magazine editor Walter Isaacson declared in the August 25 issue that Barack Obama "can still secure his legacy" by aggressively lobbying for liberal causes. Isaacson enthused, "Obamacare may be undermined if the Supreme Court guts subsidies for the federal exchanges. Show More Summary
Last week, we talked about the new, fifth edition of Webster's New World College Dictionary, and some things in it that changed or stayed the same. Mark Allen, a freelance editor who writes frequently for Copyediting magazine, commented that "My biggest surprise was almost all the entries in the AP Stylebook that note an 'exception to Webster's New World' still...
For Jess Cagle, the new editor of People magazine who grew up a Hollywood-obsessed pop culture fanatic in Abilene, Tex., the goal is to turn his passion for celebrity into profits.
Rodale has named Bill Strickland editor-in-chief of Bicycling. Strickland has served as interim editor since Peter Flax left the magazine in April. This is Strickland’s second stint as editor of Bicycling; he served as its top editor...Show More Summary
Editor's note: This article originally appeared in the August issue of Townhall Magazine. Rep. Diane Black...