A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.
Although a couple of large players were selected, like Vox and Gannett, most of the recipients are local newsrooms.
The well-known journalist talks her early career ambitions, being reinvigorated by podcasting and two upcoming books, among other things.
People have moved beyond the vibrators and bread baking of early days to buying mattresses, a lot of masks and even Jacquemus.
The product review site sees the delay of the Amazon shopping bonanza as an opportunity to run its own sale.
There have been changes at the two publications since the emergence of the photograph of Bon Appétit’s former top editor Adam Rapoport in brownface.
Vox chief executive officer Jim Bankoff and president Pam Wasserstein will take temporary 50 percent pay cuts.
With May editions wrapped up before the crisis exploded, the full extent of the toll it will take on advertising will likely not be seen until the crucial September issues.
The money is for Vox and Recode, which don’t have paywalls unlike New York Magazine and The Cut.
The office, located in downtown Manhattan, is due to reopen on March 12.
A few names are said to be in consideration, as the editor leaves her longtime post at Hearst.
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