The Observer Media Group has launched a new monthly magazine, The Commercial Mortgage Observer, covering all aspects of real estate finance in the New York tri-state region. The Commercial Mortgage Observer will be distributed monthly as a print supplement to The Commercial Observer, as well as in an e-mail newsletter, beginning March 28, 2012. Read More
The Commercial Observer appointed two new staff writers today, Daniel Edward Rosen and Daniel Geiger. The Commercial Observer, a weekly publication under the umbrella of the Observer Media Group, covers New York City’s commercial real estate market, in print and online.
“We’re excited to have both Dans joining us,” said Jotham Sederstrom, editor of The Read More
Tomorrow the Observer Media Group will launch GalleristNY.com, a spin-off of Observer.com.
GalleristNY will be dedicated to the comprehensive coverage of the New York art world, in The Observer‘s irreverent house style.
“With much of the art world fully engaged in the digital community, we thought this was the perfect time Read More
New York Observer editor-in-chief Elizabeth Spiers has hired The Daily reporter Hunter Walker, she announced today.
A Brooklyn native, Mr. Walker is currently stationed in Los Angeles, with Richard Johnson’s “Flash” gossip column. He will relocate to New York in October.
“I’m excited to bring Hunter back to New York to cover politics for NYO,” Ms. Spiers said. “He’s a fantastically versatile reporter and I know he’ll do great things at the Observer.” Read More
Megan McCarthy has been named news editor of The New York Observer, editor Elizabeth Spiers announced today.
“Megan has a great eye for a story and I look forward to seeing her talents contribute to making an Observer that’s faster and more agile,” Ms. Spiers said.
Prior to joining The Observer, Ms. McCarthy was the first Read More
The New York Observer has hired a new reporter, Drew Grant, editor in chief Elizabeth Spiers announced today.
Drew was most recently a staff writer at Salon, covering television, film and pop culture. Previously, she was the deputy editor of the B5 Media blog Crushable. She has Read More
Beginning August 24, The New York Observer will be printed in a mini-broadsheet format, Observer Media Group president Christopher Barnes announced today.
The mini-broadsheet is a shorter, narrower version of the traditional broadsheet, the format of The Wall Street Journal. The Observer switched to the tabloid from its original broadsheet in 2007.
“We’re keeping the classic Read More
The New York Observer has hired Andrew Russeth as a culture reporter and editor covering the visual arts, editor in chief Elizabeth Spiers announced today.
Andrew has written about art and the art market for Art+Auction, Modern Painters, and ARTINFO.com, of which he was assistant editor. In 2010 he received a Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Read More
The New York Observer editor Elizabeth Spiers announced three new hires today. Brian Gallagher will be the paper’s deputy editor and Nitasha Tiku and Michael Miller will be staff writers, covering technology and the arts, respectively.
“I’m excited to have Brian, Nitasha and Michael coming in as the Observer continues to grow and expand its offerings,” Ms. Spiers Read More