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Why Condé Nast buying Pitchfork matters

Crain's Chicago Business First there was Rolling Stone serving as the music journalism voice of a generation. Then there was Spin. And now there's Pitchfork. It's why Condé Nast's purchase of Chicago's Pitchfork Media is probably a smart move. "In my opinion, it took the mantle from Rolling Stone," Joe Shanahan, a prominent club owner and music entrepreneur in … Read More

Career Beat: Javier Zarracina is graphics editor at Vox

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Alexandra Manzano is now deputy social media editor for the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she was social media editor at The Oregonian. (@AliManzano) Javier Zarracina is now graphics editor at Vox. Previously, he was graphics and data editor at the Los Angeles Times. (Email) Raúl Martinez is now … Read More

ESPN 'frees' Bill Simmons, but will he seek more freedom elsewhere?

It's Wednesday. That means you get 10 media stories. Freed Simmons: ESPN's Bill Simmons returns to the network today after his three-week suspension "for calling N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell a 'liar' during a podcast, and then effectively daring ESPN to punish him." His contract expires next fall, Jonathan Mahler and Richard Sandomir report. Will he leave? (New York … Read More

Career Beat: Former NFL wide receiver Donte Stallworth joins HuffPost

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Michael Bloomberg will replace Daniel Doctoroff as chief executive officer of Bloomberg LP. Previously, Bloomberg was mayor of New York City. (New York Times) Gina Sanders is now president of Condé Nast Global Development. She was president and CEO of Fairchild Fashion Media. (Condé Nast) Brian Olsavsky … Read More

Timeline: Who's in and who's out at Condé Nast

Condé Nast made another high-profile promotion today, appointing Gina Sanders president of Condé Nast Global Development. Hers is the the latest in a series of promotions, hires and departures that has transformed the company's executive team in recent months. Here's a quick recap of the shakeup: Read More

Another executive leaves Condé Nast

The Wrap | Condé Nast Condé Nast announced the departure of another member of its executive team Thursday, the third in the last two months. Lou Cona, chief revenue officer of Condé Nast and president of Condé Nast Media Group, will be leaving the company, according to a press release. No reason was provided for his departure. Read More
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