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'T' Magazine Names Deborah Needleman Editor in Chief 'WSJ' editor in chief had denied plans to jump ship

After numerous reports that the New York Times had been pursuing Deborah Needleman as the new editor of T magazine (and numerous denials from Needleman that she had accepted the…

September 27, 2012, 11:20 AM EDT

The Manscape Economic and cultural trends transform the demo—but guys are just as manly as ever

Men, who needs them? A loaded and age-old question to be sure. But in this case, it wasn’t lobbed by Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan or even Valerie Solanas—or, for a more…

September 24, 2012, 12:00 AM EDT

Information Diet: Wolf Blitzer 'The Situation Room' host enjoys HBO's 'The Newsroom' and ESPN's 'SportsCenter'

Specs Age 64 Accomplishments Host of The Situation Room on CNN (weekdays at 4 p.m., Saturdays at 6 p.m.); lead political anchor for CNN’s prime-time coverage of the Republican and Democratic National…

September 7, 2012, 7:58 AM EDT

Information Diet: Lou Dobbs Fox Business Network host stays grounded by reading the printed newspaper

Specs Age 66 Accomplishments Host of Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business Network; hosts syndicated radio show, Lou Dobbs Financial Reports; anchored CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight; founded Space.com Base New York What’s the first…

July 27, 2012, 7:53 AM EDT

Atlantic Media's Quartz Fills Out Team Global business site promises unconventional take on commentary

Atlantic Media Co.’s forthcoming business site, Quartz, is taking shape with some new editorial hires to lead areas—including what editor in chief Kevin Delaney said would be an innovative approach…

July 26, 2012, 6:44 AM EDT

Rupert Murdoch Resigns From News Corp. Boards Move is in preparation for divorce of publishing, entertainment businesses

Rupert Murdoch resigned from a number of News Corp. boards—including his post as director of News International, the holding company for the newspapers at the center of the U.K. hacking…

July 21, 2012, 7:59 PM EDT

News Corp. Confirms Plans for Publishing and Entertainment Split Can the newspapers survive on their own?

After saying on Monday that it was considering a break between its print and entertainment assets, News Corp. has made the split official. Today, the company announced that it plans…

June 28, 2012, 9:09 AM EDT

What a News Corp. Split Could Mean for Editorial Coverage End of a synergistic dream?

Will a News Corp. split have a downside for its entertainment properties? As the media giant mulls splitting off its print business, among the many implications are that its entertainment…

June 27, 2012, 2:17 PM EDT

Twitter Goes Way Beyond 140 Characters Users can view snippets of articles within tweets from NY Times, Wall St. Journal

Twitter is the new RSS feed (only normal people actually use it). It's a cliched line—and one that can be applied to Facebook as well as Twitter—but the San Francisco-based…

June 14, 2012, 6:38 AM EDT

Newspapers See Gain in Daily, Sunday Circ Thanks to paywall, 'NYT' daily circulation soars 73 percent

While U.S. newspapers wage a long-standing fight for print advertising and subscribers, they managed a slight gain in circulation, fueled by increases in digital circ. According to the Audit Bureau of…

May 1, 2012, 10:20 AM EDT

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