Ryan Derousseau

Oprah Vents While Stars And Stripes Admits Porn Problem, Plus Other News of the Day

– Oprah Winfrey wasn’t pleased; wasn’t pleased at all to leave broadcast television. According to a report from Fortune magazine, Oprah talks about what took place when she negotiated a […]

Poynter Calls for Journalism Entrepreneurs

Poynter wants to hear new journalism ideas, and is willing to give a little money for the best ones. In a release, Poynter has called for people with a creative […]

FT Tilt Details

Finally, some details emerge about the soon-to-launch site, FT Tilt. It’s the Financial Time‘s newest attempt to build a niche site, and it will focus on emerging markets. “The name […]

Ousted; WSJ Reporter Gets the Boot Shortly After Arguing With Steve Jobs

Journalists are supposed to be critics, right? They question assumptions and ask for clarification. It’s part of the job title, but apparently you better watch your words at the Wall […]

Tennis Magazine Cuts Edit Staff | Associated Press to Name Buzbee as DC Bureau Chief | And Other Stuff That Happened Yesterday

We couldn’t get to everything yesterday, but here’s a few tidbits of news you should know about, including Tennis magazine deciding to cut part of its edit staff. Tennis Magazine […]

Bartenders Start Tweeting While New York Times Magazine Finds its New Editor, Plus Other News of the Day

– Well it’s over, and it only seems like yesterday when we first began talking about the potential suitors for Newsweek. Actually, scratch that. Finally, the transition is over! The […]

Union Dispute Threatens Philadelphia Papers

The Philadelphia Newspapers sale doesn’t seem to have an end. Now the creditors who won the rights to the company, which owns The Inquirer and the Daily News, last week […]

Andrew Ross Sorkin Talks About His Rise Up the NYT Ladder

Andrew Ross Sorkin, the young New York Times columnist and creator of Dealbook, has had precipitous rise up the ranks of the NYT. While his story is rare, it’s interesting […]

Patch Admits it Lifted Photo From Local Blogger

AOL Patch has admitted it was wrong in lifting a photo off a local blog in New Rochelle, NY. In an email to Talk of the Sound blogger Robert Cox, […]

Initial Jobless Claims Drops by 16,000

In the roller coaster ride that’s the initial unemployment claims in the U.S., the Labor Department saw a decrease of 16,000 claims last week. That’s coming off of last week’s […]