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Here are 81 journalism internships and fellowships for application season

For most journalism students, the biggest step toward finding employment isn't passing the final. It isn't acing midterms, turning in homework or even meeting deadlines at the college paper. The most critical period in journalism school is the three-month window stretching from September to November informally known as internship application season. Getting professional experience and making contacts through an internship … Read More

Sara Clemence named news director at Travel + Leisure

A few months after its rebranding, Travel + Leisure has hired a new overseer for much of its news report. Sara Clemence, previously the travel editor for The Wall Street Journal, will start at Travel + Leisure next week as news director. There, she will supervise the magazine's Upgrade section and formulate stories for the magazine and the website, per … Read More

Career Beat: Lisa Arbetter named editor of StyleWatch

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Lisa Arbetter will be editor of StyleWatch. Previously, she was deputy editor of InStyle. (Time Inc.) Jill Geisler has been named Loyola University's Bill Plante Chair of Leadership and Media Integrity. She was a faculty member at Poynter for 16 years. (Poynter) Anna Dickson will be deputy … Read More

Teri Everett leaves Time Inc. in communications shakeup

Teri Everett, Time Inc.'s executive vice president of corporate communications, is leaving the company in a restructuring of its communications structure, according to an announcement from CEO Joe Ripp and executive vice president Evelyn Webster Thursday. In a move that consolidates the company's communications team, Jaison Blair, vice president of investor relations, will become a senior vice president in … Read More

You can now buy Fortune with bitcoin

Time Inc. Time Inc. will become the "first major magazine publisher" to accept the online cryptocurrency bitcoin, the company announced Tuesday. The magazine company will partner with Coinbase, a company that facilitates bitcoin transactions by offering users a virtual "wallet" to store their digital currency. On its website, Coinbase touts 1.8 million users and 37,000 merchants. Read More

Capital flows like water to media companies (of a certain kind)

December has started with a bang-up ten days financially for some leading American media companies. Vox announced it has raised another $46.5 million in a new round of venture capital bringing its total valuation to $385 million. CEO Jim Bankoff, in a internal memo he made public, announced ambitious expansion plans for 2015. Outbrain, a content recommendation/native advertising … 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

American journalist released in Syria; British officials ID man believed to be Foley's killer

Happy Monday. Andrew Beaujon is taking a much-deserved vacation. Here are some media stories. American journalist freed in Syria: On Sunday, UN peacekeepers received Peter Theo Curtis, who was kidnapped in 2012, and turned him over to the U.S. "According to German newspaper die Welt am Sonntag, 'something was given in return for his release'." Curtis was "reportedly held … 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