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'N.Y. Times' 9/11 Reporting, 'Times-Pic' Katrina Coverage Named in Top Journalism of Decade List

The New York Times' coverage of the 9/11 terror attacks heads the list of "The Top 10 Works of Journalism of the Decade in the United States," released Monday by New York University's Arthur L.... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-05

Les Hinton of 'The Wall Street Journal' Named E&P's Publisher of the Year

The selection of the Dow Jones & Co. CEO and WSJ publisher was an easy one, said E&P Editor Mark Fitzgerald. The Wall Street Journal is in one of the strongest positions of any newspaper in this... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-01

Greenwood Publishing Group Award recipient named

CHICAGO — The American Library Association (ALA) has named “Viewing Library Metrics from Different Perspectives: Inputs, Outputs, and Outcomes” the winner of the 2010 Greenwood Publishing Group... | American Library Association – 2010-03-30

Hearst Newspapers Exec Named Exec. VP, Deputy Group Head

Mark E. Aldam has been appointed executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-29

Complete List of Investigative Reporters and Editors Winners and Finalists

Charles Duhigg and a team of database and multimedia specialists at The New York Times won the top prize in the 2009 Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) Awards for a report on how the... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-29

Haitian Writer Named UNESCO Artist For Peace

New York, Mar 24 2010 3:10PM The United Nations cultural agency today named the Haitian writer Frankétienne as one of their Artists for Peace in recognition of his contribution to French-language... | Scoop.co.nz – 2010-03-25

'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel' Reporter Raquel Rutledge Wins $25,000 Goldsmith Investigative Prize

Raquel Rutledge of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has won the $25,000 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting by the Joan Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy for her... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-23

New W Magazine Editor Named

The short-lived search is over. Less than a week after moving 450,000-circ. consumer title W out of its Fairchild Fashion Group, Condé Nast has named Stefano Tonchi editor-in-chief of the magazine,... | Folio Mag – 2010-03-23

Hearst's RealBeauty.com on Course to Reach One Million Unique Visitors

Hearst Magazines Digital Media has added a new makeover tool to its recently-launched RealBeauty.com. | Folio Mag – 2010-03-22

J. Tom Shaw Named 'Kane County Chronicle' Publisher

J. Tom Shaw Thursday was named publisher of the Kane County Chronicle in Geneva, Ill., effective April 5. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-18

William Lynch Named to Head Barnes & Noble

William Lynch, head of Barnes & Noble.com, has been named CEO of the bookstore chain succeeding... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-18

Hemingway's Key West house named literary landmark

AP - Ernest Hemingway's Key West home, where the American author lived in the 1930s, has been designated a literary landmark. | AP – 2010-03-15

Monday, Daily Named Best Texas Small Paper Converts to Online-Only

The Daily Tribune in River Cities, Texas, is not publishing a printed newspaper Monday as it converted to online-only on weekdays. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-14

Joni Richards Bodart named Scholastic Library Publishing Award winner

CHICAGO —The American Library Association (ALA) has named Dr. Joni Richards Bodart the recipient of the 2010 Scholastic Library Publishing Award. | American Library Association – 2010-03-10

Lorin Stein Named 'Paris Review' Editor

Lorin Stein has been named editor of the Paris Review. Stein, who's been an editor at FSG since... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-05

Dow Jones Buys Hearst’s Stake in SmartMoney

News Corp. subsidiary Dow Jones & Company Tuesday officially acquired Hearst’s 50 percent stake in SmartMoney magazine, making Dow the brand’s sole owner. The SmartMoney franchise includes the... | Folio Mag – 2010-03-02

Steve Buttry Named E&P's Editor of the Year

In a choice that reflects a newspaper industry in transition, Steve Buttry, who just left Gazette Communications in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to join Allbritton Communication's digital local news venture... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-25

Dow Jones Looking to Buy Remaining Stake in SmartMoney from Hearst

Dow Jones & Co., a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., is in discussions to acquire the 50 percent stake in SmartMoney magazine that is owned by Hearst Corp. Dow Jones owns the other half... | Folio Mag – 2010-02-23

New Day at DC Comics: Lee, DiDio Named Copublishers

While the appointment of superstar artist Jim Lee and DC Universe senior v-p and executive... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-02-22

Selden Ring Investigative Prize Goes to T. Christian Miller of Non-Profit ProPublica

T. Christian Miller of the non-profit news organization ProPublica is the winner of the 2010 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting. ProPublica and The Los Angeles Times collaborated in... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-22

'Villages Daily Sun,' 'Adrian Daily Telegram' Named Best in Show at Inland Press Quality Contest

The Villages (Fla.) Daily Sun and The Daily Telegram, Adrian, Mich., won Best in Show honors in the 2010 Inland Press Association Print Quality Competition. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-17

2010 Audie Nominees Named

The Audio Publishers Association has announced the nominees for the 2010 Audies... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-02-16

Tribune Co. D.C. Deputy Named 'Wall St. Journal' National Politics Editor

Aaron Zitner, who is now deputy bureau chief of the Washington bureau for Tribune Co.'s newspapers and broadcast outlets, is joining The Wall Street Journal as national politics editor effective... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-07

Third Mexican Journo In Month Killed

Jorge Ochoa Martinez, editor of the daily El Sol de la Costa in the Guerrero state was shot dead last weekend, bringing to three the number of Mexican journalists murdered in January, Reporters... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-02

Moreland Named President of Manugraph DGM

Manugraph DGM has named a new president, promoted three other executives, and consolidated its parts operations in Pennsylvania. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-01-28

The Role of Government in Journalism

Kicking off Day Two of the Federal Trade Commission’s recent hearings on the dismal economics of journalism last month, Rep. | Folio Mag – 2009-12-23

'Seattle Times' Guild Putting Pay Freezes, Furloughs to Vote

Newspaper Guild members at The Seattle Times vote Thursday on a package of concessions that includes scrapping scheduled pay increases and weeklong unpaid furlough. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-04-06

John Paton Named 'E&P' Publisher of the Year for 2009

NEW YORK ImpreMedia Chairman and CEO John Paton -- who in just over five years created the first successful nationwide Hispanic newspaper, print and digital publishing company in the United States... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-04-06

'Seattle P-I' Print Shutdown Prompts Comedy Show

Hey, you have to have a sense of humor in these horrible cost-cutting times. That is apparently the sentiment of a group of Seattle Post-Intelligencer staffers who are putting together a night of... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-26

Hearst Launches Second Takeover Attempt for Hearst-Argyle Television

The broadcast and publishing company Hearst Corp. launched a second takeover attempt for Hearst-Argyle Television Inc. on Wednesday, saying it will offer stockholders $4 per share for the stake it... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-25

Lande Named Klutz Publisher

Debra Lande, formerly with Chronicle Books, has been appointed publisher of Klutz. | Publishers Wekly – 2009-03-23

'Seattle P-I' Investigative Journo Nalder Named to New Hearst Role

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Eric Nalder, who had been the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's chief investigative reporter, was named to the new role of "senior enterprise reporter" for Hearst... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-19

Last P-I printed, Seattle becomes a journalism lab

After 146 years, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's final edition rolled off the presses Tuesday, but a skeleton crew remained in the cavernous newsroom to take part in a journalistic experiment:... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-18

'Seattle Times' Executive Editor Tackles 'P-I' Readers Head-On

Executive Editor David Boardman of The Seattle Times greeted thousands of new readers this morning with a Page One column directed at former subscribers of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

McClatchy Weeklies Exec Named 'Olympian' Publisher

George Le Masurier, who has been publisher of two McClatchy Co. weeklies in Washington state, was named president and publisher of The Olympian in Olympia, Wash. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper goes Web-only

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which has chronicled the news of the city since logs slid down its steep streets to the harbor and miners caroused in its bars before heading north to Alaska's gold... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-17

'Seattle P-I' Exec Called Web-Only a 'Non-Starter' in 2006

¿There is no advertising on the Web to sustain a news operation of the quality and size that puts out a daily newspaper,¿ Ken Bunting, a former P-I executive editor and current associate... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-17

Seattle newspaper drops the ‘paper’

The Post-Intelligencer planned to produce its last printed edition Tuesday and become an Internet-only news source, Hearst Corp. said, making it by far the largest American newspaper to take that... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-17

'Seattle P-I' Triples Final Single-Copy Press Run

All P-I subscribers, meanwhile, will automatically begin receiving The Seattle Times on Wednesday, a move similar to that of The Denver Post, which switched all Rocky Mountain News subscribers to... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-17

Connecticut Newspaper Staffers Accept Hearst Buyouts

Hearst Corp. says that 48 of its Connecticut newspaper employees are accepting buyouts as part of a move to cut costs by 20 percent. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-17

Seattle Post-Intelligencer to go online only

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper announced Monday that it will publish its final print edition on Tuesday and go online only. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-16

'Seattle P-I' to Go Web-Only After Tomorrow

Seattle will be a one-newspaper town after Tuesday, when the 146-year-old Seattle Post-Intelligencer prints its last edition. Seattle Times chief Frank Blethen (left) calls the move "unfortunate,... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-16

Tony Jarvis leaves Clear Channel research role

LONDON - Tony Jarvis, Clear Channel's global head of research, has left the outdoor company he joined in March 2006. | Media Week – 2009-03-16

Seattle Times still standing, but for how long?

As the Seattle Post-Intelligencer moves toward printing its last edition, it remains unclear whether its bigger rival, The Seattle Times, is far behind — and whether this famously literate city... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-13

Kate Wilson Named as Headline CEO

Wilson, who last week announced her departure as group managing director of Scholastic, will join Hachette in the newly created role of CEO of Headline. She will start work on May 5. | Publishers Wekly – 2009-03-12

Seattle paper's fate to be known next week

The packing boxes arrived Wednesday at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, but its parent company still isn't saying when its last edition will roll off the presses, or whether the newspaper will live... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-12

Seattle 'P-I' Lives to Fight Another Day, But for How Long?

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer will live to fight another day. But perhaps not much longer than that. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-10

New publisher named at Post-Tribune newspaper

MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Lisa Tatina has been promoted from vice president of advertising to publisher of the Post-Tribune newspaper in Merrillville. | FOX 19 Cincinnati – 2009-03-04

Tatina named new Post-Tribune publisher

Lisa Tatina is the new publisher of the Post-Tribune, having been promoted from vice president of advertising. Her promotion was announced Tuesday by officials of the Post-Tribune's parent company,... | Post-Tribune – 2009-03-04

Fred Lebolt named publisher for the SouthtownStar

The Sun-Times Media Group, Inc., today named Fred Lebolt as president and publisher of the SouthtownStar and SouthtownStar.com. | SouthtownStar – 2009-03-03

Hearst Dailies Look to Charge for Some Web

"Exactly how much paid content to hold back from our free sites will be a judgment call made daily by our management," Hearst Newspapers President Steven Swartz said in a memo. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-02

Hearst to Roll Out Helium's 'Social Publishing' Platform

Hearst Newspapers will roll out the "social publishing platform" of Helium, a sort of giant freelance marketplace for hyperlocal content, the Andover, Mass.-based Helium said Wednesday. Hearst plans... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-25

Hearst threatens to close San Francisco newspaper

Hearst Corporation has said that it will close or sell The San Francisco Chronicle unless it can wring concessions from its unions, raising the prospect of San Francisco's becoming the largest city... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-25

Hearst Threatens Sale Or Closure Unless Unions Approve 'Significant' Cuts

Yesterday, the big news out of Hearst Corporation was one hiring—that of Yahoo's Neeraj Khemlani as digital advisor to CEO Frank Bennack, Jr. Today's news from the private publishing company at... | paidContent.org via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-24

Hearst Threatens to Close 'San Francisco Chronicle'

The San Francisco Chronicle will be sold or closed unless major cost-cutting measures -- including an unspecified "significant reduction in the number of unionized and non-union employees" -- can be... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-24

'Newsday' Duo Wins Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting

An announcement on the award's Web site stated that reporters Sandra Peddie and Eden Laikin were "recognized for their articles exposing widespread corruption and systemic failures in local special... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-24

MarketWatch First Take: Hearst seeks gains in new media

Hearst, a name that has long been synonymous with newspapers and magazines, wants to gain ground in the new media. | Market Watch – 2009-02-23

Yahoo News Head Khemlani Departs for Hearst as VP Digital Media

Neeraj Khemlani, Yahoo's general manager and executive editor of news, is set to leave his job--right in the midst of a major restructuring of its media unit--to work at Hearst Corp. | AllThingsD Online via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-23

Brian Gott Named Publisher of Variety

Variety ( www.variety.com ), ... | Finanzen.net – 2009-02-20

Chris Mitchell Named Vice President & Publisher of Condé Nast Traveler

Chris Mitchell was named Vice President and Publisher of Condé Nast Traveler , it was announced today by Charles H. Townsend, President and C.E.O. of Condé Nast. His appointment is effective... | Centre Daily Times – 2009-02-19

Hearst Magazine Increased Web Traffic By 150% with SEO and Wordtracker

Since using the Wordtracker keyword research tool Dan Roberts says Hearst Publication’s online traffic has grown 150%. Hearst publishes 15 of the world’s most popular magazines such as... | CyberJournalist.net – 2009-02-19

Newspaper Guild to Discuss Possible Employee Buyout of Seattle 'P-I'

The Pacific Northwest Newspaper Guild has scheduled a meeting next Tuesday to discuss whether Seattle Post-Intelligencer workers are interested in investigating a possible employee buyout of the... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-18

'La Opinion' Publisher Monica Lozano Named to Obama Economic Advisory Board

When President Barack Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board meets for the first time to tackle the national crisis, La Opinion Publisher Monica Lozano will be among the advisors. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-10

New publisher named at the New Yorker

Lisa Hughes, formerly vice president and publisher of Condé Nast Traveler since 1995, will replace Drew Schutte, publisher of The New Yorker for the last year. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-09

Hearst heir is named publisher of N.Y. paper

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Hearst Newspapers named George R. Hearst III, a great-grandson of The Hearst Corp. founder, as publisher of the Times Union of Albany on Thursday as part of a reorganization of upper... | Seattle Post-Intelligencer – 2009-02-06

Hearst Newspapers Management Shake-Up in '100 Days of Change' Initiative

Hearst Newspapers Thursday announced management changes as part of its so-called "100 Days of Change" initiative, "aimed at challenging traditional thinking across Hearst Newspapers in order to... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-05

George Hearst III succeeds Mark Aldam as Times Union publisher

Hearst Newspapers has promoted Mark Aldam, publisher of the Times Union in Albany, N.Y., to a corporate position as senior vice president. | BizJournals – 2009-02-05

Hearst lures Wood from Yahoo for digital role

LONDON - NatMags' Hearst digital has named Yahoo executive James Wood as head of technology. | Media Week – 2009-02-05

Hearst named publisher of Albany, NY paper

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Hearst Newspapers has named George R. Hearst III, a great-grandson of the Hearst Corp. founder, as publisher of the Times Union of Albany as part of a sweeping reorganization of... | The Post-Standard – 2009-02-05

Hearst Won't Rescue 'Seattle Times' or its JOA

Hearst Corp., which is looking to unload its Seattle Post-Intelligencer, signaled it has no intention of buying its joint operating agreement (JOA) partner Seattle Times, or staying in the JOA if it... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-05

Hearst EVP: 'Hope is Not a Strategy'

CLEARWATER, Florida—Magazines are a “lean-back” experience, unlike other forms of traditional media, and are holding their own better in ad sales and circulation than other media, Hearst... | Folio Mag – 2009-02-04

Hearst: Still No Decision on 'Seattle P-I' Going All-Online

Hearst Corp. says it has not yet decided whether to turn Seattle's oldest daily newspaper into an Internet-only operation. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-04

'P-I' In the Sky? Seattle's 'Two Newspaper Town' Group Wants Answers from Hearst

Just wondering. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-02

Hearst Newspapers Publish Joint Investigation of Boy Scouts

In the latest example of combining resources from different news outlets, Hearst today is publishing a joint investigative project from five of its newspapers. The subject: Boy Scout Council abuse... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-29

Kemp Named CEO of Northstar Travel Media

Former Penton CEO and Veronis Suhler Stevenson managing director Tom Kemp has been named chairman and CEO of Boston Ventures-owned Northstar Travel Media. | Folio Mag – 2009-01-28

'Seattle Times': Carlos Slim Stake a Danger to 'N.Y. Times'

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu's $250 million loan to The New York Times Co. is "an ominous move" by a "capitalist with loyalties to a foreign state," The Seattle Times said in an unsigned... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-27

Seattle 'P-I' Employees Notified of Possible Layoffs

Employees at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer have been notified by the newspaper's owner, the Hearst Corp., that it expects all P-I jobs to be eliminated if no one purchases the paper. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-21

Rifanburg named publisher of The Citizen

Lee Enterprises, parent company of The Citizen and its family of media products, announced Friday that Michael Rifanburg is the paper's newest publisher. | The Auburn Citizen – 2009-01-16

NatMags' Duncan Edwards named president and chief executive of Hearst

LONDON - NatMags chief executive Duncan Edwards has been promoted to president and chief executive of Hearst Magazines International. | Media Week – 2009-01-15

Daglish takes up commercial role at Fox Interactive Media

Simon Daglish, former national sales and trade marketing director at GCap Media, has been hired by News Corp's Fox Interactive Media (FIM) UK as vice-president, commercial. | Media Week – 2009-01-13

IPC appoints Dent to top role

LONDON - IPC Media has appointed Fiona Dent, managing director of its TV weeklies division IPC TX, as managing director of its women's weekly unit, IPC Connect. | Media Week – 2009-01-13

New Atlanta Journal-Constitution publisher named

AP - Doug Franklin, executive vice president of Cox Newspapers, has been named publisher of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. | AP – 2009-01-13

News International hires Newbery for creative role

LONDON - News International's commercial unit has appointed Abba Newbery, managing partner at Universal McCann, to the new role of creative solutions director. | Media Week – 2009-01-13

Spayd and Narisetti named WP managing editors

Washington Post | Poynter.Org – 2009-01-13

Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism formed

Wisconsin State Journal | Poynter.Org – 2009-01-13

Hearst Looks to Sell or Close Seattle Paper

The Hearst Corporation will stop printing The Seattle Post-Intelligencer unless it can find a buyer in the next 60 days, company executives told employees. | New York Times – 2009-01-12

A former Seattle P-I newsman how to save the paper

TechFlash.com | Poynter.Org – 2009-01-12

Doug Franklin named new publisher of AJC

Cox Enterprises has named Doug Franklin, a veteran executive in its newspapers group, as the new publisher of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He succeeds John Mellott, AJC publisher since 2004,... | Atlanta Journal-Constitution – 2009-01-12

Dr. Joseph Piven Named Editor of New Journal

Joseph Piven, M.D. has been named editor-in-chief of the newly created Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Piven is Sarah Graham Kenan professor of psychiatry, pediatrics and psychology and... | Newswise – 2009-01-12

Franklin named publisher of Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Doug Franklin, the former publisher of the Dayton Daily News, has been chosen as the new publisher for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, following the current publisher’s announced retirement. | Dayton Business Journal – 2009-01-12

New publisher named for 3 Carolinas papers

The New York Times Regional Media Group has named a new publisher to oversee three newspapers in the Carolinas and their affiliated magazines and Web sites. The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg... | The State – 2009-01-12

Ziff Davis Media Shutters Electronic Gaming Monthly, Sells 1UP Network to Hearst

A little more than a month after discontinuing the print edition of PC Magazine and taking the brand online-only, publisher Ziff Davis Media has sold its 1UP Digital Network to Hearst’s Ugo... | Folio Mag – 2009-01-07

Gray Gets New Ingram Role; Lovett Heading Ingram Digital

With James Gray's appointment as chief strategy officer, Mike Lovett has been named CEO of Ingram Digital | Publishers Wekly – 2009-01-07

Former Time Deputy Managing Editor Named Editor of Harvard Business Review

Longtime Time deputy managing editor Adi Ignatius has left the magazine to become editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review. Ignatius [pictured] replaces Thomas Stewart, who left the magazine last... | Folio Mag – 2009-01-06

Former Tribune publisher named vice president of newspapers for Forum Communication Co.

Steve McLister, former West Central Tribune publisher, has been named vice president of newspapers for Forum Communications Co. in Fargo, N.D. Advertisement: Custom Interiors by Donna B. DECORATE... | West Central Tribune – 2008-12-24

Terror attacks: Media's role and its impact

Many are unhappy with the media, particularly the electronic media's, coverage of the Mumbai terror attacks. | rediff.com – 2008-12-24

Barack Obama named Time magazine's 'Person of the Year'

Time magazine gives its annual Person of the Year award to the US President-elect, Barack Obama. | BBC News – 2008-12-17

New Hearst Newspapers President: 'Tough Decisions' Ahead

"We've had to make some tough decisions over the past couple of years, and we'll have to make more before we've returned this division to a path of sustained profit growth, which we are committed to... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-17

Kamil Named Editor-in-Chief of Little Random

Susan Kamil, editorial director of the Dial Press, has been named editor-in-chief of the Random House imprint of the Random House Publishing Group. | Publishers Wekly – 2008-12-17

The Media Equation: A Scandal in Chicago That Justifies Investigative Journalism

Newspapers, smacked around for lacking relevance the last few years, have found a compelling spokesman: Rod R. Blagojevich, the governor of Illinois. | New York Times – 2008-12-15

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