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Guardian News & Media appoints David Pemsel as deputy chief executive

Ex-ITV marketing director promoted from position as Guardian publisher's chief commercial officerDavid Pemsel, chief commercial officer of Guardian publisher Guardian News & Media, has been promoted... | The Guardian – 2013-12-16

News UK sings its way into a new era, and a new home, at carol concert

I wrote the other week about Rupert Murdoch's newspaper outfit, News UK, being reborn by putting a digital smile on Wapping's face.Now, with the company's move to London Bridge in mind, the publisher... | The Guardian – 2013-12-17

Mossberg signs off from WSJ with final personal-tech column

The Wall Street Journal Walt Mossberg published his final column for The Wall Street Journal today, recapping the 22 years he has been at the newspaper with a list of major technology products that... | Poynter. – 2013-12-18

Editorial Director/Editor-in-Chief

Salaries for editorial directors and editors-in-chief were mixed for those in b-to-b, consumer and association publishing. Business and consumer editors each saw their salaries dip for the third time... | Folio Magazine – 2013-12-20

News Corp buys Storyful for £15m

Social news agency distributes video and user-generated content to news organisations such as the BBC and ITNNews Corp has bought Dublin-based social news agency Storyful for €18m (£15m).Rupert... | The Guardian – 2013-12-20

Scholastic News’ “8 Coolest Kids of 2013″

The editors of Scholastic News featured the "8 Coolest Kids We Met in 2013," a roundup of the most inspiring, courageous, and innovative kids featured in the magazines this year. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-12-20

News Corp Buys Social Media Startup Storyful For $25 Million

News Corp., the newspaper publisher and media company, said Friday that it acquired Storyful, a company that gathers user-generated news and video, for $25 million to help it grow its digital and... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-21

News Corp. buys start-up Storyful for $25 million

News Corp., the newspaper publisher and media company, said Friday that it acquired Storyful, a company that gathers user-generated news and video, for $25 million to help it grow its digital and... | – 2013-12-21

Dallas Morning News: Deal With KXAS is Audience Play

The publisher of The Dallas Morning News says the deal his paper inked last week with NBC's owned and operated KXAS is primarily geared toward content sharing and audience building, though... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-12-23

CNN's Jeff Zucker Promises In Memo To Continue 'Broadening The Definition Of News'

CNN chief Jeff Zucker stressed in a year-end memo to staff that more changes are coming to the network in 2014. "If you thought we did a lot in 2013, wait until you see 2014," Zucker wrote in a memo... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-26

Best Religion Books Of 2013: A Roundup From Religion News Service

(RNS) Jesus, Paul, food, charity, and prayer were just some of the areas examined in this year’s crop of books under the broad heading of religion. Some of these titles rank at the top of the... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-27

'Duck Dynasty' Star Willie Robertson To Guest On Fox News

NEW YORK (AP) — "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson will talk about his outspoken father as he helps Fox News Channel ring in the new year. The network says Robertson and wife Korie will be... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-31

New York Times Editor: 'We Have Not Chosen Mrs. Clinton' To Endorse In 2016 Election

New York Times Editorial Page Editor Andrew Rosenthal has responded to rumors accusing the newspaper of publishing its recent Benghazi report in order to prepare for an endorsement of Hillary Clinton... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-31

Derek Webster, editor of the path-breaking colourful Daily Record

Derek Webster, former editor of the Daily Record, has died aged 87. He was noted for having been in charge of the paper in 1971 when it acquired printing technology that allowed it to be published in... | The Guardian – 2014-01-01

Why Is Hard News a Hard Sell for Advertisers?

Rob NormanNewspapers and news magazines' print editions are fading. Their readers are literally dying. Other industries have new demography and geography to conquer, but no new generation is... | Advertising Age – 2014-01-01

News show exposé 'Top of the Morning' may be adapted as a TV movie

'Top of the Morning,' by Brian Stelter, generated a lot of buzz but reviews of the book were lukewarm.  | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-01-04

Top 10 tips to be a magazine editor

An expert's top tips on successful magazine editing | BBC – 2014-01-04

Redmayne extols News Corp collaboration

HarperCollins' forthcoming move to London Bridge will mean a greater level of collaboration... | The Bookseller – 2014-01-06

Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre's pay rises to £1.85m

Mail veteran continues to be best-paid UK newspaper editor, taking home £500,000 'supplement' on top of his base salaryPaul Dacre continues to be the best-paid UK newspaper editor, taking home more... | The Guardian – 2014-01-07

Times editor and former PCC member join Ipso's appointment panel

Newspaper publishers have announced the latest stage in their creation of their new regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso).The former judge who chairs the "foundation group",... | The Guardian – 2014-01-08

SNL cast helps Marissa Mayer launch Yahoo News Digest

Mayer also announced the first in a series of digital magazines from Yahoo | PC World – 2014-01-08

Karine Ewart Appointed Editor-in-Chief of Chatelaine

TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - Steve Maich, Senior Vice President & GM of Publishing at Rogers Media, announced today the appointment of Karine Ewart as Editor-in-Chief at Chatelaine, effecti... | CNW – 2014-01-08

Media Advisory - Turning Digital Into Dollars: CJF J-Talk features Canada's top publishers on what's working for their news outlets

TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - Traditional newspaper outlets are throwing up paywalls, pouring resources into digital, and increasing the amount of sponsored content—all in an effort to find a... | CNW – 2014-01-08

Inside the Paranoid World of Fox News's Roger Ailes

Picking the most bonkers part of New York magazine's excerpt from Gabriel Sherman's The Loudest Voice in the Room, a book about Fox News chief Roger Ailes, is like picking... | The Atlantic Wire – 2014-01-09

Fox News campaigns against unflattering Roger Ailes biography

The biography by Gabriel Sherman, titled 'The Loudest Voice in the Room,' will hit shelves on Jan. 21, but has already created a firestorm. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-01-10

Dow Jones sues Ransquawk for 'hot news' misappropriation

Dow Jones has sued a London-based aggregation service, Ransquawk, for allegedly accessing its news feed and publishing its content within seconds of its original publication.The legal action - as... | The Guardian – 2014-01-10

Gabriel Sherman Defends His Roger Ailes Book From Fox News Attacks

Gabriel Sherman answered critics of his upcoming book about Fox News CEO Roger Ailes on Friday's "CBS This Morning." The rollout for "The Loudest Voice In The Room" began this week, revealing... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-10

Benjamin News to discontinue operations

BOIS DES FILION, QC, Jan. 10, 2014 /CNW/ - Benjamin News Inc., distributor of magazines and books to 7,500 retailers in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario, announced it will cease operations as o... | CNW – 2014-01-11

People editor out in Time Inc. shakeup

Time Inc. on Friday shook up the editorial leadership of its most lucrative brand, telling employees that longtime People magazine Managing Editor Larry Hackett is leaving the company and will... | Crains New York – 2014-01-11

Facebook Is Testing A News Feed That Looks More Like A Newspaper

The change is subtle, but its message is clear: Facebook has entered the news business.It's no secret that Facebook is changing what appears in your feed dramatically. Whereas memes used to rule... | Fast Company – 2014-01-10

People Editor Larry Hackett Out in Time Inc. Shakeup

Time Inc. on Friday shook up the editorial leadership of its most lucrative brand, telling employees that longtime People magazine Managing Editor Larry Hackett is leaving the company and will be... | Advertising Age – 2014-01-10

CNN Chief Trashes Fox News: 'Republican Party...Masquerading As News'

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The chiefs of CNN and Fox News Channel are throwing shots at each other, each suggesting the other's network is essentially out of the news business. Fox News Chairman... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-11

'Hot Muslim Men Of 2014' Calendar Creator Ayesha Mattu Addresses Objectification Accusations (VIDEO)

Twitter was abuzz after the editors of posted a "Hot Muslim Men of 2014" calendar to BuzzFeed, sharing "their picks for the hot American men they most want to see on a pin-up... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-11

In Scandal, Turkey’s Leaders May Be Losing Their Tight Grip on News Media

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has labeled an investigative reporter who has published a number of leaked documents related to a widening corruption scandal a traitor. Mr. Erdogan’s... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-01-13

App Usage Exploded in 2013, Except for News and Magazine Apps

Which plodded along, but ultimately lost ground in the race to control the distribution of content.     | The Atlantic – 2014-01-14

People's New Editor Wants to Add Humor, Focus on Covers

Jess Cagle, the new editor of People's magazine and website, looks at the brand as the "morning show of magazines.""It's one of those few places where you can cover celebrities, politics, human... | Advertising Age – 2014-01-13

Iran's Fars News Touts NSA Alien Conspiracies

Mining conspiracy-theory-peddling websites based in the United States, Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency published a series of bizarre claims regarding Edward Snowden's NSA leaks on Sunday. A... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-14

Digital Publishing: All the News That's Fit to Pin

It’s not news that hard-pressed editors are being stretched in many different directions these days, but no challenges seem as complex and vexing at times as how to divvy up the resources... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-01-09

Politico's Jonathan Allen Joining Bloomberg News To Cover White House And Hillary Clinton

Politico's Jonathan Allen is joining Bloomberg News to cover the White House, 2016 presidential election and presumed Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, according to a memo obtained by... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-15

Fox News’ greatest failure: Roger Ailes, Chris Christie and the quest for a Republican president

Fox honcho Roger Ailes started 2012 dreaming of a Christie presidency. By the end, his dreams had become nightmares | – 2014-01-15

Let’s nationalize Fox News: Imagining a very different media

Bye, Rush! If corporate media disappeared, and the people had their voices heard, here's what it might look like | – 2014-01-18

Garage Magazine Editor-In-Chief Dasha Zhukova Sits On A 'Black Woman' Chair In Shocking Editorial (PHOTO)

How's this for a happy MLK Day? The online magazine Buro 247 has published a story about Dasha Zhukova, the Russian editor-in-chief of Garage magazine, which shows the editrix perched atop a chair... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-21

Why 'slow news days' are not necessarily bad for journalism

Jeremy Paxman has admitted in an interview that, on days when not much is happening, he's tempted to tell Newsnight viewers to go to bed. But is he right?Occasionally I give talks about journalism to... | The Guardian – 2014-01-21

Tony Gallagher exits as Daily Telegraph editor

Chris Evans, assistant editor (news), to take over Monday to Friday editions with immediate effect, publisher announcesDaily Telegraph editor Tony Gallagher is understood to have been fired after... | The Guardian – 2014-01-21

John Intini Appointed Editor-in-Chief, Sportsnet Magazine

TORONTO, Jan. 22, 2014 /CNW/ - Steve Maich, Senior Vice President & GM, Publishing, at Rogers Media today announced the appointment of John Intini as Editor-in-Chief at Sportsnet magazine, e... | CNW – 2014-01-23

9 Tweets That Express Our Utter Confusion At NYTimes Magazine's Hillary Clinton Cover

"Is this real?" and "No, but seriously, this is a joke right?," are the two questions we found ourselves asking right after seeing New York Times Magazine's cover image of Hillary Clinton. Hillary... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-24

China blocks foreign news sites that revealed elite's offshore holdings

Guardian and International Consortium of Investigative Journalists among sites blocked as China Digital Times publishes details of directiveTania BraniganJames Ball | The Guardian – 2014-01-24

BBC moves editor of Radio 1's Newsbeat after bullying allegations

Rod McKenzie, who denies the claims, is understood to have been given a final written warningThe editor of Radio 1's award-winning Newsbeat programme has been moved from his post following multiple... | The Guardian – 2014-01-23

UK News Company The Latest To Ditch Photographers

Photographers are taking another hard hit as the priorities of many print publications continue to change. Johnston Press newspapers' Midlands publishing unit is saying goodbye to all photographers,... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-28

E-fiction venture Fiction Express goes into print

ReadZone Books will this year publish stories from Fiction Express - an e-fiction venture that... | The Bookseller – 2014-01-27

State Of The Union Speech: A Look Back At Addresses Past And A History Of Forgotten Promises

This piece was originally published on The Huffington Post in January 2012. Every year around this time, we make a huge deal about the president's State Of The Union address because...well, because... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-28

Russian Newspaper Editor Fined For Interview With Gay Teacher

MOSCOW (AP) — A court in Russia's Far East has fined a newspaper editor for publishing an interview with a gay school teacher who defended homosexuality as normal. Alexander Suturin,... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-01

Express-News to Consolidate Some Operations with Houston Chronicle

The San Antonio Express-News will consolidate its packaging operations with the Houston Chronicle, Express-News publisher John C. McKeon announced Wednesday. Both newspapers are owned by New... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-01-31

Time Inc. Layoffs Could Be Lighter Than Feared, Largely Spare Some Magazines

Time Inc. staffers are bracing for layoffs next week, but the cuts might be lighter than expected and mostly spare some of the company's biggest magazines, which include People, Time and InStyle. The... | Advertising Age – 2014-02-01

Time Inc. layoffs to be lighter than expected

Time Inc. staffers are bracing for layoffs next week, but the cuts might be lighter than expected and mostly spare some of the company's biggest magazines, which include People, Time and... | Crains New York – 2014-02-01

Russian editor fined for breaking 'gay propaganda' law

A Russian court has fined a newspaper editor for publishing an interview with a gay school teacher who was quoted as saying "homosexuality is normal."Alexander Suturin, editor of the Molodoi... | The Guardian – 2014-02-01

Sun lawyer: our Christian group at News UK is allowed to meet every week

Justin Walford, a media lawyer with The Sun, has given an insight into a little-known feature of life at the paper's publisher, News UK."We have a very strong Christian group in News International... | The Guardian – 2014-02-03

Kate Moss's first shoot for Vogue – as editor

Pictures of the supermodel's first shoot for British Vogue as contributing editor have been released. Daria Werbowy and a touch of mid-90s edginess make for an intriguing sampler of Moss's work for... | The Guardian – 2014-02-03

Time Inc CEO restructures ahead of spin-off; layoffs ahead

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Time Inc Chief Executive Officer Joe Ripp is reorganizing the structure of the world's largest magazine publisher and consolidating oversight as it prepares to spin off from its... | Reuters – 2014-02-04

Who are the Next Generation of Good Housekeepers? New Editor Looks to Update 129-Year-Old Magazine

Good Housekeeping is a monster brand for parent company Hearst. The 129-year-old magazine is among its largest in terms of revenue, with more than 4.4 million subscribers. Consumers place enormous... | Advertising Age – 2014-02-04

Time Inc. Begins Layoffs, Restructures Company

Time Inc. has begun laying off employees as part of a broader restructuring at the company, CEO Joe Ripp said in a memo to employees Tuesday morning.A spokeswoman for Time Inc. declined to discuss... | Advertising Age – 2014-02-04

News Corp grip on costs helps beat Street

(Reuters) - News Corp, publisher of the Wall Street Journal, reported a 4 percent decline in quarterly revenue on weaker advertising at its newspapers, but cost cuts helped push profit well ahead of... | Reuters – 2014-02-07

UPDATE 2-News Corp grip on costs helps beat Street

Feb 6 (Reuters) - News Corp, publisher of the Wall Street Journal, reported a 4 percent decline in quarterly revenue on weaker advertising at its newspapers, but cost cuts helped push profit well... | Reuters – 2014-02-07

News Corp Reports Decreased Revenue And Profit In Q2

By Jennifer Saba Feb 6 (Reuters) - News Corp, publisher of the Wall Street Journal, reported a 4 percent decline in quarterly revenue on weaker advertising at its newspapers, but... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-07

News Corp reports 4% revenue drop

Rupert Murdoch’s publishing arm, which owns Wall Street Journal and the Times, blames ‘challenging advertising market’Dominic Rushe | The Guardian – 2014-02-07

News Corp fiscal 2Q earns top expectations

NEW YORK (AP) — News Corp., the publishing company controlled by Rupert Murdoch, reported second-quarter earnings that exceeded Wall Street forecasts while revenue declined as expected, reflecting... | – 2014-02-07

News Outlets Turn Their Logos Rainbow-Colored To Protest Russia's Anti-Gay Laws

There's a new trend in media-land: turning your logo rainbow-colored to protest the anti-LGBT laws in Russia as the Olympics get underway. Mostly, it's the Brits who seem to be doing it the most.... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-08

News Corp. profit tops estimates but ad sales dip

News Corp., the newspaper publisher that owns The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post, beat profit estimates and posted gains in real-estate services and book publishing, even as... | Crains New York – 2014-02-07

Joseph Tacopina, Alex Rodriguez Lawyer, Sues Daily News And Bernard Kerik For Defamation

NEW YORK (AP) — One of Alex Rodriguez's lawyers has sued the New York Daily News, two of its reporters and former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik for defamation. Joseph Tacopina... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-08

News reports on NSA leaks sometimes reveal too much

News organizations publishing leaked National Security Agency documents have inadvertently disclosed the names of at least six intelligence workers and other government secrets they never intended to... | CBC – 2014-02-09

The readers' editor on… protecting the victims when writing about sexual abuse | Chris Elliott

The Guardian does have a moral responsibility when writing about such a sensitive issueSexual abuse is one of the most difficult subjects about which to write. There is a high risk of sensationalism.... | The Guardian – 2014-02-09

Barnes & Noble shares rise on news of job cuts among Nook staff

(Reuters) - Barnes & Noble Inc shares rose by as much as 9.6 percent on Monday after news that the bookseller cut jobs from its team of hardware engineers working on its money-losing Nook digital... | Reuters – 2014-02-11

Bay Area News Group names new publisher

Sharon Ryan on Monday was named president and publisher of the Bay Area News Group of 11 daily newspapers, including the San Jose Mercury News, the Contra Costa Times and the Oakland Tribune. | San Jose Mercury News – 2014-02-11

New York Times Editor: Government Requests To Hold Info Are 'Almost Blanket Policy'

NEW YORK –- The Associated Press revealed Monday that the U.S. government is considering a drone strike to kill an American citizen with alleged terrorist ties. Several anonymous officials made... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-12

News Hub set to create opportunities for freelance journalists

New publishing platform offers writers chance to create an online presence and promises to 'pay journalists better than ever'Websites that pay contributors according to the popularity of their... | The Guardian – 2014-02-11

Startups Rethink News for Mobile

Most media companies have responded to the rise of mobile with a mix of reluctance and inertia. Much like the shift from print to digital, the shift from PCs to mobile devices is happening too... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-02-11

Private Eye retains the top spot among news magazines

Satirical title has a print circulation of more than 220,000, ahead of The Economist and The WeekPrivate Eye held on to the number one spot among news magazines in the second half of 2013 with a... | The Guardian – 2014-02-13

News UK advertises for 'privacy adviser'

Publisher of the Sun and the Times places advert for position requiring knowledge of privacy issues in the digital eraNews UK, owner of the Sun, the Times and Sunday Times, is hiring a "privacy... | The Guardian – 2014-02-13

First News celebrates 400th issue

First News, the weekly national newspaper for children, is publishing its 400th edition today after being on sale for almost eight years.Its circulation has been growing continually since its launch... | The Guardian – 2014-02-14

Good News, Bad News, and the Future: Manga 2014

It’s 2014, and for North American manga publishers, the digital revolution is well underway. Where there once were only a handful of publishers offering their titles online or via e-book apps, now... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-14

Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter: why I spiked Gwyneth Paltrow article

Magazine chief takes 1,500 words to explain his decision on Gwyneth Paltrow story, saying he doesn't publish 'takedowns'Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair, has written an article in his magazine,... | The Guardian – 2014-02-18

The art of the anti-blurb, or how to get Fox News to promote your book for free | Oliver Burkeman

Oliver Burkeman: Cass Sunstein’s latest work features quotes describing him as ‘pure evil’ and ‘the most dangerous man in America’. With enemies like these, who needs friends?Oliver Burkeman | The Guardian – 2014-02-19

U.S. News Deletes Archived Web Content Published Before 2007

A Romenesko reader recently noticed that U.S. News wiped out a good chunk of its archives. He writes: “The way that I stumbled upon this is that I am constantly going back into archives of... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-02-19

Iran Newspaper Shut Down, Editor Detained For Insulting Islam

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A news agency in Iran says officials have detained the editor of a daily reformist newspaper after they shut it down on charge of insulting Islam. The report... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-20

Ben Hecht more than 'Front Page' news

When one or more of the seven writers nominated for best original screenplay rises next Sunday to accept the Academy Award, he or she will thank a bunch of people, but not Ben Hecht.Hecht is mostly... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-02-21

News Briefs: Week of February 17, 2014

Profits rose 32% in 2013 at S&S and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-14

Meet the Editor: Dan Smetanka

When Dan Smetanka moved to New York City from California’s Orange County in 1991 for a summer intern job at Farrar, Straus and Giroux, he was only vaguely aware of the significance of working with... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-07

News Briefs: Week of February 10, 2014

Cengage in restructuring deal and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-07

News Briefs: Week of February 3, 2014

Investment group buys Recorded Books and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-31

Meet the Editor: Joshua Kendall

Last year will be a tough one to top for Joshua Kendall, who was brought in to run Mulholland Books, the new Little, Brown imprint, in 2012. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-27

News Briefs: Week of January 27, 2014

Amazon launches Christian imprint and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-24

News Briefs: Week of January 20, 2014

Coe named president, CEO of B&T and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-17

Meet the Editor: Lindsay Sagnette

Lindsay Sagnette edited both the mega-hit "Gone Girl" and the critical darling "A Constellation of Vital Phenomenon." So what's next for the editor with the golden touch? | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-10

News Briefs: Week of January 13, 2014

Holiday retail sales dip at B&N, Nook sales plunge and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-10

News Briefs: Week of January 6, 2014

Authors Guild Appeals Google Decision and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-03

News Briefs: Week of December 23, 2013

Whiteman Leaving PRH and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-20

Meet the Editor: Jeffrey Shotts

Jeffrey Shotts, executive editor at Graywolf Press, appears to have a golden touch when it comes to identifying talent. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-13

News Briefs: Week of December 9, 2013

Swinwood to succeed Hayes at Harlequin and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-06

News Briefs: Week of November 29, 2013

Sales dip, losses rise at BAM and more in this week's publishing news briefs. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-11-29

Bloomberg News Lays Off Book Editor

Cuts in the the arts and culture divisions include book editor Laurie Muchnick. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-11-19

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