From 2001 to this summer, Bill Keller was tucked away in a 10th-floor office at the Times headquarters on West 43rd Street, thinking through Op-Ed pieces on topics from workplace smoking bans to the military build-up in Iraq.
Now that he’s back on the third-floor newsroom, the conversations in his new office-where he’s spent the Read More
Talk has a problem. No, not the persistent rumors that Hearst wants out of the joint venture to publish the monthly magazine with Miramax Films. And no, it’s not that word leaked to the New York Post that publisher Ron Galotti is seeking out new investors for the magazine. The biggest complaint Tina Brown and Read More
As things have gone, editors Michael Hirschorn and Kurt Andersen have been pretty quiet about their Web site venture. So far, this much is known: They have $5 million worth of investor money, they’ve spent some of it raiding other publications’ staffs, they’re building a media news site called Insidedope.com, and the company is called Read More
Stepping up his invasion of territory long hostile to New York City politicians, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani plans to launch at least four new television commercials aimed at upstate markets before the end of the year. The first of the four 30-second spots will be aired by the end of this month.
The new ad blitz Read More