The Media Mob has learned that longtime New York Times editor Mike Oreskes is leaving the company for the Associated Press.
Mr. Oreskes, who is currently the editor of the Times-owned International Herald Tribune, has been working in one capacity or another under the Times umbrella for the past 27 years. Before he took his Read More
It was the magazine debut of the year. Rodney Rothman, a 26-year-old former head writer for The Late Show with David Letterman , became an overnight darling of the print world after The New Yorker published “My Fake Job,” his ode to his brief, aimless stint posing as an employee at an anonymous dot-com company Read More
Public Lives, The New York Times ‘ “non-gossip gossip column,” as executive editor Joseph Lelyveld prefers to call it, turned 1 year old on Jan. 6. To most Times watchers, that’s hard to believe. It seems like just yesterday they were stroking their chins over such impeccably sourced items as the one that went: “Casey Read More