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Inc. Media Hires Jim Ledbetter From Thomson Reuters

Mansueto Ventures’ Inc. Media is hiring Jim Ledbetter from Thomson Reuters as editor of its namesake magazine and website.

Anthony De Rosa on Circa’s Plans to Reinvent the Digital News Article


Social Media Editors Debate, Defend Their Role In Newsrooms

A handful of top social media editors and experts defended the relevance of their newsroom roles on Friday in light of a BuzzFeed article that declared "the social media editor is dead."

Economist Group CEO Headed to Thomson Reuters

Economist Group CEO Andrew Rashbass is leaving the company after 15 years for another top spot in the news world: a newly created role of CEO at Reuters, in which he will oversee the news and media business arm of Thomson Reuters.

Reuters Deputy Social Media Editor Indicted by Department of Justice

The Department of Justice on Thursday afternoon charged Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys for conspiring with the hacker collective Anonymous to attack Tribune Company websites.

Financial Times Turns 125

The Financial Times marks its 125th anniversary today, and, befitting the challenges facing newspapers today, the celebration will have practical elements.

Reuters Snatches Up Ex-NYT Editor Jim Roberts

Reuters has hired former New York Times managing editor Jim Roberts as executive editor of Reuters digital, per a company memo from Reuters digital editor Chrystia Freeland to staff this afternoon.

The Neighborhood Watch

Spelunking equipment, climbing gear and snowshoes are Steve Sutorius’ life. That’s clear watching him as he peddles outdoor-sports merchandise in his shop, Wildernest, on this 10-mile-long jewel in Puget Sound just off the coast from Seattle.

Four Brands Hurt by Racist Tumblr Hack

Among the 8,600-odd Tumblr accounts hacked today (Dec.

The Daily’s Woes Proves Content, Not Platform Is King

The Daily will fire off its last electronic dispatches Dec. 15, bringing an end to a deeply flawed, but ultimately important experiment in digital journalism.