Although many journalists are on Twitter and use the social network on an almost obsessive basis, they want to take it official. To use the parlance of another social network, they want to go from “It’s Complicated” to “In a Relationship.” And how better to do that than to create a position? Today, Twitter posted a link to a new job description: “Head of News and Journalism.” Read More
Arthur, Pick Me! This 30-Year-Old North Carolina Real Estate Mogul Would Like Like to Throw His Name in the Hat for Times CEO
As far as career developments go, we imagine that being named CEO of The New York Times—paper of record, beloved cultural institution, osteoporotic backbone of democracy—must feel something like a cross between being elected president and hearing one’s name called in a Hunger Games reaping.
Last week, one North Carolina man told Off the Record he would like to volunteer as tribute. Read More
With the search for Newsweek‘s editor-savior still lacking a concrete shortlist, there’s no harm in asking any media titan — regardless of their distance from the debacle — about their thoughts on who should helm the struggling magazine. So we were delighted that Daily Intel chatted up Vanity Fair chieftain Graydon Carter at Read More