Seth Lipsky, editor of The New York Sun, tells Media Mob he isn’t sure this is the tightest spot his paper has ever been in.
"There have been some very close moments," he said. "Very close moments."
He added that this was the first time the paper has published a message to its Read More
Media Mob has learned that The New York Sun will be forced to shut down by the end of the month if it doesn’t find new ways to fund the paper.
"We’re publishing a statement that will say the paper may have to close at the end of September unless we succeed in our efforts Read More
Here’s a flier for the upcoming New York's Funniest Reporter show.
The money raised by the event goes to charity, while the glamour of being named funniest reporter goes directly to the winner’s head. Last year, the competition was won by Mandy Stadtmiller of the New York Post, with her colleague Read More
Earlier this month, both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal raised their cover prices up from a buck—to $1.25 and $1.50, respectively. Now, the New York Sun is getting in on the action.
On Aug. 6—the same day the Times gets 1.5 inches narrower—the Sun will double Read More
Rudy Giuliani has hired Daniel Freedman, a conservative editorial writer from The New York Sun.
Here’s a note from the paper’s editor.
From: Seth Lipsky
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 11:05:23 AM
To: ~Business Staff; ~Editorial Staff; ~NY Sun Office Staff
Subject: welcome back to ryan sager
I’m delighted to report that Ryan Sager has Read More
Rupert Murdoch, beware: Sir Harold Evans, forced out by Murdoch as editor of the Times of London 23 years ago, is back in the daily newspapering game–sitting in this week to edit The New York Sun.
Evans signed on as a consulting editor Dec. 5 to lend his editorial acumen while Sun editor-in-chief Seth Read More
Mike also stopped over at the Hyatt to speak at the Metropolitan College of New York’s 41st Anniversary Gala, where he had some kind words for the evening’s honoree, New York Sun editor Seth Lipsky.
“Seth and I don’t always agree on everything,” said the Mayor about Mr. Lipsky, who was beaming in his black Read More
For much of the summer, Freddy’s relative absence from the trail was said to indicate that he had retreated into a “rose-garden strategy.”
Not so! We learn from today’s New York Sun endorsement (of Mike) that Ferrer was spending the time breaking bread with my old boss, Sun editor Seth Lipsky.
Well, they’re almost here. On Tuesday Jan. 15, The New
York Sun, New York City’s conservative-leaning, next daily newspaper,
officially announced itself to the world as a defender of, among other things,
“lower taxes and school choice.”
But while many pieces of Sun
gossip were publicly confirmed by the announcement-boldface investors like
Conrad Read More
Conrad Black, the owner of the Chicago Sun-Times and the Jerusalem Post , finally has at least a piece of a New York newspaper.
A group of investors including Mr. Black intends to spend up to $15 million to launch a new daily newspaper expected to appear sometime early next year, a source familiar with Read More