The Awl is about to expand and will introduce a comedy blog within the next few weeks.
Associate editor Adam Frucci is leaving Gizmodo after four years to lead The Awl’s comedy site, which will be called Splitsider. “I’m very, very excited about it,” Mr. Frucci wrote in a goodbye post yesterday on Gizmodo, the Read More
Former Newsweek president Mark Edmiston is starting a magazine specifically designed for the iPad, according to The New York Times. The project is called Nomad Editions, and it seems doomed from the start.
Mr. Edmiston will keep a staff of 12 but rely on freelance writers to fill the iPad magazine with articles Read More
“When I came in my office this morning, there was somebody where my chair is passed out in a sleeping bag,” Erik Wemple, editor of the brand new Albritton-owned Washington local news site TBD, told the Media Mob this afternoon over the phone. “That is what I came into. Pretty much everyone else is Read More
Former Washington Post web editor Jim Brady and former Washington City Paper editor Erik Wemple spoke to reporters today about their Albritton-owned (like Politico) local news start-up “TBD.” The site is going live next week with about 50 staffers, according to Newsonomics (Paid Content’s David Kaplan said the site will Read More
This morning, the Washington Post relaunched its business page online as part of a growing partnership with Bloomberg News. The two companies collaborated on the launch of a global news service in January that packages content from the two organizations together and distributes it to newspapers around the world. Washington Post articles also Read More