Taiwan’s forward-thinking Next Media Animation has affixed its CG gaze on the war between The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal for the city’s readers. And, thanks to the unsurprisingly fantastic result of the effort, everybody wins.
The clip may only last a minute and thirty seconds, but still manages to fit in scenes Read More
I have little recollection of my time as head of News International. I simply do not know or do not remember the circumstances relating to the hacking of various voice-mail accounts of sundry royals, officials and celebrities that occurred four years ago, which is quite a long time. At the same time, I do not Read More
In case you didn’t know (and really, how couldn’t you?) today was Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Day at the Open! But that’s not all: Tonight is New York Times Night!
What exactly does that mean? Will Bill Keller, Arthur Suzlberger, Janet Robinon and Jill Abramson be occupying seats in a suite?
The paper will receive a Read More
“Well, you’re here. You must be dumber than you look.” New York Times public editor Clark Hoyt remembered hearing these words from publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. on his first day.
In his last column over the weekend, Mr. Hoyt also remembered one highlight from his interactions with Bill Keller.
Bill Keller, the executive Read More
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. just stunned the city.
Sally Singer, the features and fashion news editor at Vogue, the ear to Anna Wintour and regarded as one of the biggest talents in fashion publishing, is the new editor of T Magazine.
Ever since Stefano Tonchi left T for W, the search has been a long one, and it was expected Read More
The Journal has responded to The Times‘ cease-and-desist letter over the “Not Just Wall Street. Every Street” ad campaign. The Journal said, in words more bitter than this, essentially: Stuff it.
And if you thought The Times‘ letter was catty? Well, this raises the ante a bit more. And even though the letter is signed by Read More
A lawyer from The New York Times Company has sent a cease-and-desist letter to the marketing director at Dow Jones after a recent Journal advertisement used the same language as a recent Times ad.
“Not Just Wall Street. Every Street.” That’s the language of a new New York Times advertisement. It’s an obvious dig at The Journal, and a familiar jab Read More
Executive Compensation, Compensation
Even as media budgets dried up in 2009, some executive pay packages soared.
CBS C.E.O. Leslie Moonves’ pay ($43 million) doubled between 2008 and 2009 and Viacom C.E.O. Phillip P. Dauman ($34 million) saw a 22 percent jump.
The New York Times reports that while the paper’s own C.E.O. Janet Robinson and Chairman Read More
It was a few minutes after 7 p.m. Monday night on Broadway and 36th Street, and Rupert Murdoch was addressing a crowd of a few hundred pinstripe-suited machers. “With tonight’s launch of Greater New York, we are going to make The Journal a complete paper and New Yorkers’ essential source for news and information,” he Read More
Wall Street Journal managing editor Robert Thomson and Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. met last week for the first time. They were at the Manhattan apartment of Sir Martin Sorrell, head of the big WPP advertising firm, and they were there for a dinner on the night of April 6.
Mr. Sulzberger approached Mr. Thomson Read More