Back in April, Esquire editor David Granger told the Observer he had no worries that the Internet would make magazines unnecessary, as, arguably, it has done with newspapers. But if magazines want to flourish in the Internet age they have to capitalize on the direct, textural experience they provide that the Internet can’t.
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Dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria … and this! Tim Arango at The Times is reporting something that was probably once unfathomable but utterly plausible in today’s bleak, sad newspaper climate: Rupert Murdoch and Mort Zuckerman are negotiating a plan to combine some back offices to ease operating costs for The New York Read More
After an exhaustive search, The New York Times has found its new corporate media reporter: Fortune’s Tim Arango will begin work next month.
Mr. Arango will take over the Times beat vacated this summer by Richard Siklos, who left the paper for Fortune. The corporate media beat is a prominent one at the paper, Read More
New York Post reporter Tim Arango has been hired by Fortune as a staff writer. Arango said that he expects to do some media reporting, but that his role is not yet defined. He begins on October 16th.
Arango, 32, has worked at the Post for four years. A month ago, he met with Fortune’s Read More