Dan Abrams wants in on the media blogging and aggregation business.
For the past several months, Mr. Abrams—the chief legal analyst for NBC News and head of the nascent media strategy firm Abrams Research—has been meeting with various New York-based media reporters, editors, and bloggers about the potential editorial venture.
To date, nobody has signed Read More
Soon after Lehman Brothers fell, and New York business writers found themselves smack in the middle of the biggest story of their careers, Fortune’s managing editor, Andy Serwer, convened a staff meeting on the second floor of their Sixth Avenue home.
He wanted to say thank you! Not only did the Read More
Recently, a contretemps between former Gawker editors Jesse Oxfeld and Elizabeth Spiers got a bit out of control. So many former and guest editors! So hard to keep track of their various squabbles and quibbles! Well, until now….
The Gawker Media Buddy List (with apologies to Slate). Read More
A year of Gawker traffic: March’s record traffic peak represents, at least in part,
the hubbub over a newly-introduced mapped version of Gawker Stalker.
In this week’s New York magazine, Jesse Oxfeld, that mag’s newest hire and a former Gawker editor, expressed his thoughts about Gawker’s most infamous feature, Gawker Stalker, in which the Read More
Former Gawker editor Jesse Oxfeld will soon head to New York magazine. He will be a senior editor for the magazine’s website. Oxfeld confirmed that his start date is August 7.
“I’m hugely excited for it,” said Oxfeld by phone today. “That’s not spin or a line. It’s a magazine that I’ve always wanted to Read More