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Spry Gets A New EIC

Back in January, Tennessee-based Publishing Group of America announced their plans for “the largest health magazine launch of time” — a 9 million circulation monthly newspaper insert called Spry. Now […]

Peabody Award Winners Include ABC News, CNN… And Stephen Colbert?

The Peabody Awards are described by a writer at the Chicago Tribune as doing “a much, much better job of honoring excellence in television than the Emmy organization ever has.” […]

Tyler Brule Returns To The Financial Times

Tyler Brûlé, founder of Wallpaper* and EIC of high-end newsmag Monocle, has returned to his former post as colmunist for The Financial Times. Starting on April 26, Brûlé will be […]

Video: So The New York Post Goes To An S&M Club…

New York Post writer Mandy Stadtmiller is a longtime favorite of ours. That’s why we’re happy to see that the paper has recruited her to do original video content. In […]

Former Oddjacker Skips Philadelphia To Deadspin Again

A.J. Daulerio, the former editor of Gawker Media gambling blog Oddjack, is back at that particular blog consortium. Daulerio, who was previously working at Philadelphia magazine, has just been hired […]

Fox Promotes Film With Anti-Lou Dobbs Ad

When it came time for Fox Searchlight Pictures to promote their new immigration-themed drama Under the Same Moon, they decided on a unique strategy for their trailer… Promote the movie […]

Racked Launches LA Site

Hometown shopping-blog-done-good Racked is launching a Los Angeles edition, WWD reports: Now Racked is about to follow its brethren out to the West Coast with the launch today of Racked […]

Barnes & Noble Chelsea, RIP

Monday was the last day of business for the Barnes & Noble at Sixth Avenue and 21st Street. The store had become a Chelsea institution over the past 14 years […]

Obama’s Pastor Writes In To The New York Times

Barack Obama and the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Combined, they’re the story that just won’t go away. Even as a blog dedicated strictly to the New York media beat, the subject […]

Reporter Layoffs At WCBS-TV

Two WCBS-TV reporters have been laid off. FishbowlNY has learned that Scott Weinberger (pictured) and Andrew Kurtzman are no longer with the local CBS affiliate. According to Weinberger’s bio (which […]