October 4, 2011

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Gawker reported on Friday that Adweek editor Michael Wolff will be ousted for someone with stronger ties to the advertising world. Not so, says the chairman of Adweek owner Prometheus Global Media. “Michael’s name is still on the masthead. He’s not being fired,” says Jimmy Finkelstein. “If I were going to fire someone, it would not be in the pages of the magazine or a news site. We do have differences, but we’re working through them to continue to build Adweek.”

The Wall Street Journal’s Russell Adams also talked to Finkelstein, and reports the Prometheus chairman didn’t exactly throw his support behind Wolff, “but he didn’t throw him under the bus, either.” Finkelstein told Adams that Adweek under Wolff is doing “very well” and that while there are “some issues along the fringe,” the “statistics are good.”

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