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Disney’s new CFO is its highest-ranking woman ever
Fortune - 12 Hours ago
When Disney’s Christine McCarthy was promoted this week to chief financial officer, she didn’t just become the company’s first female CFO. She also became its most senior female executive ever, Bloomberg
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Disney’s new CFO is its highest-ranking woman ever
Fortune - 12 Hours ago
TECH MANAGEMENT FINANCE MARKETS CAREERS AUTOS INTERNATIONAL RETAIL FEATURES SMALL BUSINESS VIDEO MAGAZINE FORTUNE CONFERENCES
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ThePostGame Partners with WPP's ESP Properties, Launches TPG Studios for Brands
Reuters - 14 Hours ago
PR Newswire LOS ANGELES, July 1, 2015 LOS ANGELES "ThePostGame stands out for its original content, quality video engagement, and brand-friendly approach," says John Kristick "ThePostGame has produced
ThePostGame Will Partner With WPPs New Sports Entertainment Business Big News Network
ThePostGame Will Partner With WPP's New Sports Entertainment Business NigerianHerald.com
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Publishing Down Under
Editor & Publisher - 17 Hours ago
Illustration of Tony O. Champagne by: Adreana Young After Sydney, Australia’s Morning Herald published stories on alcohol-related injuries and deaths, there was a 40 percent decrease in alcohol-related
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Questions every writer should ask developers
Poynter Institute - 12 Hours ago
8:16 am Photo by corinnepw/Flickr More than ever before, reporters are learning hybrid skills by using open-source storytelling tools, building data visualizations such as charts and maps, and
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Memos reveal ideological divide at Bloomberg
Poynter Institute - 12 Hours ago
8:29 am Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. The old guard clashes with the new Memos from Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait sent to staffers in recent months suggest "a philosophical
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Career Beat: Kaelyn Forde named executive editor for news at Refinery29
Poynter Institute - 13 Hours ago
6:43 am Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Carol Eisenberg will be a deputy editor at Politico Pro. She is a senior editor at Kaiser Health News. (Playbook)
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Trump threatens legal action after getting dumped by NBC
Fortune - 6/29/2015
TECH MANAGEMENT FINANCE MARKETS CAREERS AUTOS INTERNATIONAL RETAIL FEATURES SMALL BUSINESS VIDEO MAGAZINE FORTUNE CONFERENCES
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Chad Lawhorn Named Journal-World Managing Editor
Editor & Publisher - 6/30/2015
by: Staff Reports | Lawrence Journal-World Veteran Lawrence Journal-World reporter and columnist Chad Lawhorn has been named managing editor of the newspaper. As managing editor, Lawhorn will oversee
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How Television Won the Internet
Editor & Publisher - 6/30/2015
by: Michael Wolff | New York Times Rupert Murdoch recently appointed his son James chief executive of 21st Century Fox, prompting the obvious question: How can a guy whose main credential is a silver
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The Guardian Reaches Further Into U.S. Market with L.A. Outpost
Editor & Publisher - 6/30/2015
by: Michael Sebastian | AdAge The Guardian is expanding its footprint in the U.S., hiring Indiewire Managing Editor Nigel Smith as an L.A.-based entertainment writer to strengthen the paper's coverage
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Ad Blocking's Collateral Damage: Publisher Data
Editor & Publisher - 6/30/2015
by: Ricardo Bilton | Digiday When publishers think about ad blocking, they fixate on how the tech hurts their ad revenue. But fewer are thinking about how it could hurt their ability to collect data
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Disney Bans Selfie-Sticks Across its Theme Parks
Fortune - 6/27/2015
Disney is the latest company to ban selfie-sticks due to safety concerns, the company said in an announcement Friday. The popular travel item will be banned from Disney DIS "We strive to provide a great
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NBC Dumps Trumps' Beauty Pageants, Keeps 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Adweek Online - 6/29/2015
NBC has cut some of its lucrative business ties with Donald Trump following Trump's comments about the United States' relationship with Mexico during his announcement for president on June 16. "The
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When Reporters Write Books, Does The Times Win, Too?
Editor & Publisher - 6/29/2015
by: Margaret Sullivan | New York Times WRITING books must be in the DNA of Times journalists. Even the paper’s founding editor, Henry J. Raymond, cranked them out, including his “History of the Administration
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Maine Cartoonist Replies, in Art, to the Governor Who Said He’d Like ‘To Shoot Him’
Editor & Publisher - 6/29/2015
by: Michael Cavna | The Washington Post AND WITH the satiric point of his pen, George Danby has fired back. Danby is the Bangor Daily News cartoonist who often trains his editorial sights on Maine
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Star Tribune Wins Third Gerald Loeb Award in Five Years for Excellence in Business
Editor & Publisher - 6/29/2015
by: Press Release | Star Tribune Star Tribune Media Co., Minnesota’s largest media company, announced that reporters Chris Serres and Glenn Howatt have earned a prestigious Gerald Loeb Award, the
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New Day for Gannett Newspapers — They’re on Their Own
Editor & Publisher - 6/29/2015
by: Rick Edmonds | Poynter The 19,600 employees of Gannett newspapers coming to work Monday will be working for a new company — untethered from growing and prosperous television stations and digital
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Media skewers Facebook for stagnant diversity report
Fortune - 6/26/2015
TECH MANAGEMENT FINANCE MARKETS CAREERS AUTOS INTERNATIONAL RETAIL FEATURES SMALL BUSINESS VIDEO MAGAZINE FORTUNE CONFERENCES
01:13Media skewers Facebook for stagnant diversity report USA Today
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When governments sue public-records requesters
Columbia Journalism Review - 6/30/2015
When you send a public records request to a government agency, you might expect a delayed response or high costs to fulfill it, even a denial—but you probably don’t expect to be sued by the agency. Yet
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ISIS-sex-toy-flag creator slams CNN
Poynter Institute - 6/30/2015
3:54 pm The Guardian On Saturday, CNN reported on “an ISIS flag among a sea of rainbow colors,” at London’s Pride parade. It wasn’t an ISIS flag, though , but one made with images of sex toys.
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Philly contract deal: company hikes health payments, gets concessions on layoffs
Poynter Institute - 6/30/2015
2:26 pm A tentative contract for Philadelphia’s major newspapers includes greater healthcare contributions by management but concessions on whether it must heed traditional seniority rules when it
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Arianna Huffington’s Improbable Insatiable Content Machine
Big News Network - 6/30/2015
by: David Segal | New York Times Magazine One morning in March, a dozen Huffington Post staff members gathered around a glass table in Arianna Huffington’s ...
Arianna Huffington’s Improbable, Insatiable Content Machine Editor & Publisher
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Gannett changes logo, says it’s a ‘next-generation media company’
Poynter Institute - 6/30/2015
2:02 pm Fresh from a spinoff that saw its print and and broadcast assets separated into two different companies, Gannett’s newspaper enterprise is touting itself as an innovator. Evidence of
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ProPublica has an ‘Emerging Reporters Program’ for journalists of color
Poynter Institute - 6/30/2015
11:52 am ProPublica ProPublica put out a call for young journalists of color to apply to its “Emerging Reporters Program” on Monday. The program will offer a stipend of $4,500 per semester, mentorship
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