'The Atlantic' To Team With CBS, Refinery29 For Convention Coverage
Journalists from CBS News and CBSN, including “Face the Nation” anchor and political director, John Dickerson, will work with The Atlantic to participate in each other’s events and broadcasts in both cities.
How Jill Herzig, EIC of Dr. Oz The Good Life, Spends Her Downtime
One thing you should know about Herzig: The previous EIC of Redbook and executive editor of Glamour, who lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters (ages 16 and 12), does not take birthdays, anniversaries or other personal milestones lightly.
Altice Sells Majority Stake in Newsday Media to Patrick Dolan
Patrick Dolan, the son of Cablevision founder Charles Dolan, has bought a majority ownership stake in Newsday Media Group from European telecom and cable company Altice NV.
Jaden Smith Is Nylon Magazine’s First Solo Male Cover Star
In his cover story, Smith admits to a different approach for wearing dresses of his own. “I’m going to take most of the blows for my fellow MSFTS,” the 17-year-old said when asked about his aesthetic choices.
From Intern to Editor-in-Chief: Meet Experience Life’s Jamie Martin
Succeeding founding editor Pilar Gerasimo is Jamie Martin, who first joined Experience Life as an intern fresh out of journalism school in 2005 before rapidly ascending the ranks.
Is Facebook Ready for Live Video’s Important Role in Police Accountability?
On Wednesday, a woman in the passenger seat of the car where Philando Castile lay dying, shot in the arm by a Minnesota cop during a traffic stop, used Facebook Live to show the world the shooting’s gory aftermath.
The Virtual Reality Frontier: How Publishers Are Testing (& Monetizing) VR
Since this wave of VR devices hit the market, pundits have been counting down the days until VR technology reaches widespread adoption among consumers.
How 3 Publishers Plan to Use Snapchat Memories to Improve the Quality and Shelf Life of Their Output
While some said Memories would make Snapchat more addictive and others fretted that it would ruin the app’s spontaneity, the new functionality will also likely change how news organizations use the app.