Mark Joyella


Adam Moss Earns Editor of the Year for Guiding NY Magazine’s Election Coverage

For a magazine pushing 50, New York Magazine in 2016 produced some of the most talked-about journalism of the year.

How Donald Trump’s Win Made Pollsters, Pundits and Journos All Big Losers

On MSNBC's Morning Joe, just hours after the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, the show's co-hosts and panelists sat around a table in 30 Rock's famed Studio 8H. The home of Saturday Night Live was packed with a live audience—and yet, this was a quiet room.

Here’s How Cord Cutters Can Still Watch Election Night Coverage

If there was ever an election to inspire cord-cutting, it's this one. While some of you may have run the numbers before deciding to consciously uncouple from your cable provider, others may have simply ripped the cord out of the wall in frustration after watching one of the presidential debates.

Mode Media Shuts Down, Leaving Many of Its Freelancers Unpaid

Just two years ago, Mode Media founder and chief executive Samir Arora described his Silicon Valley startup (formerly known as Glam Media) as "a pioneer of native advertising and content marketing" and boasted that after just 10 yea

Is Amazon Testing Pre-Roll Promos in Prime Video?

When you sit down to watch Mr. Robot on Amazon Prime, does it matter if the 30- or 60-second message you have to watch first is an ad or an Amazon Prime Video promo? 

Vice Names Tom Punch Chief Commercial and Creative Officer

Brooklyn-based Vice Media has named Tom Punch chief commercial and creative officer, putting him in charge of commercial content and operations for Vice's growing fleet of media offerings, including the TV network Viceland, in partnership with A&E.

Podcasting, Once a Niche Labor of Love, Now Can Open Doors in TV and More

When Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd was looking around for a new project to bring to television, she didn't settle on a hot book—comic or otherwise. Instead, it was a year-old podcast called Lore, created—and produced on the cheap—by Aaron Mahnke.

NBC’s Olympics Ratings Rebounded a Bit Thursday Night

It was an inspiring night in Olympics competition Thursday, with Team USA's Ashton Eaton taking home the gold in the men's decathlon and Usain Bolt flying to a third consecutive gold medal in the 200 meters. But NBC's Olympics coverage was a bit slower out of the blocks, averaging 21.7 million viewers, a slight rebound from Wednesday night.

Who Is Tiffany Alvord?

Like the athletes in Rio, Tiffany Alvord dreamed as a girl of one day becoming an Olympian. In her case, it didn't happen. But she is part of NBC's massive marketing push to drive young viewers to tune in or stream the Olympics—what the network describes as its "most comprehensive social media plan ever."

Who Is Hannah Storm?

ESPN anchor Hannah Storm has covered the Olympics before—Rio marks her fifth time working the games—but never like this. For the first time in 37 years, ESPN moved its flagship newscast, SportsCenter, to the Olympics to essentially cover the story from just outside the venues, which host network NBC has the rights to.