The oft-criticized legislators up in Albany must be enjoying the spectacle of the press training its fire on… the press.
The Times Union reported yesterday that the New York Bankers Association, a group that lobbies state lawmakers, paid the New York Post’s veteran Albany man Fred Dicker for a speech earlier this month. Read More
Reporters writing about one of the three public-relations men in New York with the last name Rubenstein are frequently offered the chance to get comments from that publicist’s esteemed clients. In the trade, these supporting interviews are called “secondaries.”
“Most of the time, if it’s me,” said Steven Rubenstein, “people want to talk to the Read More
The New York Post is calling the Hampton quits early this summer. Editor-in-chief Col Allen has pulled the Hamptons Diary, the paper’s daily gossip column about East End elites.
The column hasn’t appeared since the July 4th weekend, and according to a source, the Post yanked the column to save money on renting a Read More
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Trying to pry information out of Steven Rubenstein is a cruel job for a reporter-especially when the subject is Steven Rubenstein.
“Part of Read More