Working For the weekend
Who will grab the reins of Robert Thomson’s glossy, WSJ.? Memo Pad has a short list of names to replace editor Tina Gaudoin, who will resign from her post after closing the September/October issue. She is moving to Europe to be closer to her husband and work on fashion coverage for the Read More
Both T Magazine and WSJ., The Times‘ and The Journal‘s fashion magazines, are having editor hiccups.
Sally Singer, who was hired from Vogue to replace Stefano Tonchi, won’t be coming into the office until after Labor Day, according to Frank DiGiacomo. By the time Ms. Singer comes in, T will have been Read More
The Journal‘s carefully-punctuated quarterly magazine, WSJ., will be increasing its frequency to six issues per year, reports Women’s Wear Daily. The magazine will also be sold on newsstands as well as sent to Journal subscribers, increasing its circulation from 800,000 to 1.6 million.
When the magazine launched in fall 2008, Read More
The Wall Street Journal‘s Christina Binkley asked yesterday: Is Bling Over? Are the super rich—the ones who own yachts, and lots and lots of houses—about to start scaling back?
Maybe! Some are actually losing a ton of money, so it makes sense to do something like, shudder, sell the yacht. And the ones Read More
"I think that’s the point at which you’re all meant to clap."
Tina Gaudoin, editor in chief of WSJ., stood on stage at the Morgan Library on East 36th this morning. She had just presented the first issue of The Wall Street Journal‘s luxury insert, which debuts in this Saturday’s edition of the paper.
The Read More
The Wall Street Journal is stocking up for its luxury glossy magazine, WSJ., and not surprisingly, it’s importing talent from across the pond. There are several new hires, reports WWD‘s Irin Carmon: Welcome, Jeffrey Podolsky, the New York editor of Tatler and a regular contributor to Luxx, who has been named editor at Read More
WWD has the first interview with WSJ—the new glossy magazine for the journal—editor Tina Gaudon. She defends the magazine in a way she’ll probably have to until its launch in September–that the magazine won’t be lightweight. "Why should the reporting not be as good, as intelligent, as detailed, as behind-the-scenes, as insider, as Read More
Actually, hold up. For four months now, it’s been accepted that the Journal‘s new glossy how-to-spend-it magazine would be named Pursuits and it would be a monthly (Dow Jones said it, the Times reported it, so did we)
But in a memo yesterday from Marcus Brauchli announcing Tina Read More
Tina Gaudoin, an editor who worked closely with Wall Stret Journal publisher Robert Thomson at the Times of London, has been named the editor of Pursuits, the quarterly luxury magazine the paper will start in the fall. Media Mob reported on Jan. 18 that Ms. Gaudoin was the favorite to take over after Robert Read More
It was expected for a while that Robert Frank would run the Journal‘s prospective weekend glossy, Pursuits. When The New York Times broke the story about Pursuits in September, Richard Perez Pena reported that Mr. Frank was the favorite; the Observer reported later that he had a meeting with Mr. Murdoch and Read More