Matt Zoller Seitz was named television critic at New York magazine, editor-in-chief Adam Moss announced today.
Mr. Seitz, most recently the television critic at Salon, replaces Emily Nussbaum, who took the same position at the New Yorker.
Prior to Salon, Mr. Seitz was a critic at the Star-Ledger and The New York Times.
"Brownstoner’s posts tend to read like the reportage of a particularly smart and opinionated community paper. The comment section, by contrast, has become a rolling transcript of the borough’s new anxieties, shameful prejudices, and secret fears. For a long time, those anxieties centered on being left out or pushed out—hopeful buyers or displaced renters thwarted Read More
Shel Silverstein, Where the Sidewalk Ends
In this week’s New York magazine, culture editor Emily Nussbaum wrote about UrbanBaby.com, the online playpen for lonely, drunk, angry, scared, and fun-loving mothers, and in doing so described a change in New York City.
With a 26 percent rise in the number of 5-year-olds in Read More