Three anonymous executives say that the Fox News host's television special fell short of expectations. "...Behind the scenes, she is said to be worried about the response. 'She’s very upset with the show reaction, and in hindsight with how it was produced,' one Fox veteran told me."
Whither Megyn Kelly?
Elaine Welteroth is Teen Vogue's new editor
Elaine Welteroth is Teen Vogue's youngest editor, at 29, and the second African American to hold the position in Conde Nast's history. She replaces Amy Astley, who will be leading Architectural Digest.
Liz Garrigan will edit Washington City Paper
Garrigan is the first female editor.
Elizabeth Spayd is the New York Times' next public editor
Dean Baquet's advice to graduates: Don't let ambition blind you
"I think it was at Columbia that I learned two valuable lessons. Listen and listen hard. And while you shouldn’t question your own ethics, you should question your certainty about everything else."
New York Times in ‘final stage’ of selecting next public editor
Liz Spayd, the editor of the Columbia Journalism Review, is rumored to be a finalist, as is Debra Adams Simmons, the editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Allan Beaufour named senior vice president of engineering at The New York Times
Margaret Sullivan starts at The Washington Post today
The former public editor of The New York Times and top editor of The Buffalo News begins her stint as media columnist for The Washington Post today. She had an acclaimed run as ombudsman of the Times.
Morley Safer retires
The CBS News stalwart is calling it quits after more than 50 years.
Ex-Murdoch aide Natalie Ravitz joins NFL comms shop
"...Natalie Ravitz, who was the News Corp. and 21st Century Fox chairman's chief of staff from 2012 to mid-2015, has been named senior vice president of communications at the NFL."
Soccer superstar joins ESPN
Abby Wambach, the now-retired hero of the United States Women's National Soccer Team, is joining the ubiquitous sports network as an analyst and contributor.
CNN makes big hires from Mashable
Deputy executive editor Amanda Wills and real-time news editor Brian Ries are both joining CNN. Mashable recently announced a round of layoffs that chopped away its politics and international coverage.
Xerox marketing chief will lead Ad Age
Josh Golden is the first top editor to come from outside of Ad Age's parent company, Crain Communications.
Livingston finalists announced
Finalists for the Livingston Awards for Young Journalists have been announced. They include journalists in international, national and local reporting categories.
Associated Press race and ethnicity editor sues for discrimination
Sonya Ross filed a lawsuit against the Associated Press Monday. "Ross, a former White House reporter, claimed the AP retaliated against her after she complained about disparate treatment."