Posts by Julie Moos

About Julie Moos

Julie Moos (jmoos@poynter.org) has been Director of Poynter Online and Poynter Publications since 2009. Previously, she was Editor of Poynter Online (2007-2009) and Poynter Publications (2006-2009); Managing Editor of Poynter Online and Publications Manager (2004-2006); and News Editor of Poynter Online (2002-2004). Before joining Poynter in 2002, Julie worked for seven years at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, N.C., doing newscast graphics, producing, writing and finally as Managing Editor of WRAL.com. You can reach Julie by phone at 727-553-4336 or by email. You can also follow Julie on Twitter.

Boston Globe assigns digital ME, promotes staff in leadership changes

As The Boston Globe simplifies its two site Web strategy and awaits word on a possible buyer for the paper, new Editor Brian McGrory is making some leadership changes. His memo to staff announces the news: I’m excited to share some changes in the newsroom leadership. I’ve asked Caleb Solomon, the managing editor for the past five years, to switch his focus to our digital operation and oversee our rapidly evolving websites and portable platforms as managing editor/digital. He has enthusiastically agreed. Read More

Knight Foundation says it was a mistake to pay Jonah Lehrer $20,000

You've spoken, we agree - it was a mistake for a #journalism foundation to pay @jonahlehrer for a speech kng.ht/XCPZb9 #infoneeds— Knight Foundation (@knightfdn) February 14, 2013 At a Knight Foundation lunch Tuesday, Jonah Lehrer apologized for plagiarism, fabrication and other ethical lapses in his articles and books. Now the Knight Foundation is apologizing for paying Lehrer $20,000 to speak at that lunch. Knight reveals that it invited Lehrer to speak after he had already lost jobs with The New Yorker and Wired for repeatedly misrepresenting his work as original: Read More