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Peter King is staying at Sports Illustrated

NFL reporter Peter King has signed a multi-year extension with Sports Illustrated. King's contract was set to end in April. "The future is a blur, but it's an exciting blur."

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International Business Times boss rejoins The New York Times

Peter Goodman, who until last week was the global editor in chief of the International Business Times, is rejoining The New York Times as an economic correspondent, he announced on Twitter Tuesday. Personal news: thrilled to return to the New York Times as European economic correspondent, to be based in London, moving this summer — Peter … Read More
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The Undefeated adds 10

ESPN's The Undefeated has hired new editors and writers, including Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears and National Geographic's Jill Hudson. According to Editor-in-Chief Kevin Merida, “we keep getting better and better with each new hire.”

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Keith Olbermann is coming back to TV

The ex-ESPN and MSNBC host plans to get back in front of a camera, but he declined to give panelists on "The View" information about his ultimate destination. "I'm coming out of retirement, so anybody who wants to, just call me."

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Thomas Hjelm will be NPR's new digital chief

NPR announced on Thursday the creation of a new role responsible for overseeing the public radio network's digital operations. Thomas Hjelm, the executive vice president and chief digital officer of New York Public Radio, will be chief digital officer at NPR, responsible for infusing digital innovation across its various divisions. Hjelm replaces Zach Brand, currently vice president of digital media … Read More
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The new Ida B. Wells fellowship is looking for investigative reporters of color

The Nation Institute's Investigative Fund has launched an investigative fellowship for journalists of color. The one-year Ida B. Wells Fellowship will go to four journalists and offer $10,000 each, travel and reporting costs and the chance to work with an Investigative Fund editor. The fellowship is named after Ida B. Wells, a Jim Crow era investigative … Read More
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Mark Horvit to step down as executive director of IRE

Mark Horvit, the executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors, is leaving his post at the end of the summer to take a new job at the University of Missouri, where he's currently an associate professor. Horvit's departure was announced Thursday before noon in an email from Sarah Cohen, the president of IRE’s board of directors and an editor at … Read More
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The Atlantic names new head of creative marketing

Michael Monroe will head up Re:think, The Atlantic's creative marketing group. Native advertising now comprises 60 percent of The Atlantic's total ad revenue.

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NYT adds Andrew Glazer and Malachy Browne to video team

VICE's Andrew Glazer and Reported.ly's Malachy Browne will join The New York Times' video team. Glazer was a senior producer at VICE. Browne served as Reported.ly's managing editor.

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Dodai Stewart named executive editor at Fusion

Dodai Stewart, who joined Fusion from Jezebel in 2014, has become the executive editor at Fusion. "Everyone who knows Dodai knows that she is a wise and fascinating mind, who has a tremendous nose for a Fusion story. She will be working with me on the site’s direction and strategy."

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Women at top newspapers don't make as much as men

In 2016, there's still a significant pay gap between male and female journalists. "It’s startling to see how little things have changed," Martell said. "Only seven of the top 30 salaries in the newsrooms belong to women – that doesn’t look very good." There's also racial inequity.

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Denver Post editor resigns

Greg Moore, the editor of the Denver Post, announced Tuesday he will resign after 14 years at the newspaper's top editorial position. Moore, who's leaving on April 1, said a desire for "new challenges" prompted his departure, according to The Denver Post. During his tenure, he led the Post to four Pulitzer Prizes, including one for its coverage of … Read More
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Nick Bilton joins Vanity Fair

Nick Bilton, a New York Times technology columnist and the author of "Hatching Twitter," will be a special correspondent for Vanity Fair. He's spent more than 10 years at the Times.

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Silvia Killingsworth will edit the Awl

Silvia Killingsworth, currently the managing editor of The New Yorker, will be the new editor in chief of The Awl. The site's co-editors, John Herrman and Matt Buchanan, are leaving.

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