Lock up ye editorial staffers! The Daily is trying to hire them if they haven't already. And if Papa Rupe doesn't come for 'em, Yahoo will. A New York Observer-er peaces out. Finally, the clearing out of some old items, the firing of some long-needed shots, and the media company you're most l ... More >>
The 2010 National Book Awards at the Cipriani Wall Street ballroom. All the people who were at these tables are still hungover.An unlikely ballroom of people in the troubled business of literature -- publishers, editors, writers, reporters, and respective sycophants -- gather yearly to ostens ... More >>
Pictured: a figurative portrait of New York Observer senior editor Christian Lorentzen. Press Clips has returned to the roost, and we're starting the week off with great news, great media squabbles, hypocrisy, and self-awareness. In other words, your Monday Media Proctology Exam has arrived. ... More >>
Ian Spiegelman is a former Page Six contributor who spent some time as Gawker's weekend blurb jockey.This morning, he left some interesting advice for his replacement. In the comments section of an otherwise harmless entry about (naturally) a piece in the New York Times, Spiegelman let loose with so ... More >>
New York magazine's ambitious convention gamble breaks evengreat big fancy ads help
How guilty is the Times? Depends on whether you blame the media for the war.
Layoffs, Headline News Coming to WBAI
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'Times' Photog Is Tagged by Controversy
The 'Times' Strikes a Pose
Andrew Sullivan Sings for His Drugs
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