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Topic: The New York Times

Why Digitas Isn’t Afraid of Publishers’ Branded Content Studios

They make Vice and CNN better partners

Specs Current gig Chief content officer, DigitasLBi Previous gig Chief content officer at Interpublic Group's UM, head of UM Studios Age 47 Twitter @sdonaton Adweek: What does a chief content officer do? Scott Donaton: It's…

For This N.Y. Shop, Selling Broadway Shows Is Anything but Traditional

AKA NYC's ads lean on entertainment, not critics’ accolades

Specs Who (Front to back) ecd Bashan Aquart, managing partner Elizabeth Furze, content director Jamaal Parham and managing partner Scott Moore What Full-service entertainment marketing agency Where New York, London, Sydney Founded in 2010…

Mario Batali Shares His Favorite Foodie Apps, Blogs and Instagram Accounts

Can you guess his latest TV obsession?

Specs Age 54 Claim to fame Chef and restaurateur; ambassador for the EAT (RED) campaign; co-host of ABC's The Chew (weekdays at1 p.m.) Base New York Twitter @Mariobatali What's the first information you consume in…

For The NYT, Digitizing 16,000 Recipes From Its Past Is Part of Securing Its Future

Food editor Sam Sifton says it's about service

Specs Current gig Food editor at The New York Times Previous gig National editor at The New York Times Age 48 National editor to food editor seems like a big shift. How's that…

How the Food & Wine Classic Became America’s Hottest Festival

Dining and drinking with celebrities at 8,000 feet

With 11 restaurants in three countries, a trio of cookbooks and multiple TV appearances, Marcus Samuelsson—the celebrity chef whose grandmother started him cooking at the age of 6—has lots of…

What Happens When a Group of OMD Execs Jumps Ship and Moves to the East Village

Expertly pairing media with creative

Specs Who From left: Co-founders Jonathan Haber, Marc Simons, Trevor Guthrie and Alan Cohen What Media and content agency Where East Village, N.Y. and Los Angeles, Calif. Giant Spoon, launched by former OMD media execs,…

The New York Times' Facebook Deal May Prove to Be 'Growth Hacking' at Its Best

News Feed publishing broadens the pool of potential subscribers

The New York Times, among a small cadre of other outlets, today announced it will start publishing selected articles directly into Facebook's News Feed. Some think the move historic; others…

End of the Click-through? New Facebook Tool Lets Publishers Post Stories Directly to the News Feed

New York Times, BuzzFeed and NatGeo among first to test 'Instant Articles'

Mobile Facebook users may soon spend less time navigating directly to a publisher's website to check out an interesting article. Instead, they'll find some of that content posted directly to…

New York Times Wins 3 Pulitzer Prizes, Bloomberg Wins Its First, Anthony Doerr Wins Fiction Award

Inside the fastest 6 minutes in award-giving

Dozens of journalists and students packed into the World Room inside Pulitzer Hall at Columbia University for the 99th edition of the Pulitzer Prize announcements. The early-arriving crowd snacked on…

David Carr, Brian Williams and the Question of Forgiveness

Redemption often depends on whether your sins were personal or professional

What are we willing to forgive? In the case of David Carr, some truly horrible things. In fact, you could argue that by the time of his abrupt passing this week,…

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