Reporting jobs abound as content producers at companies eager to build brand share and establish a voice in the crowded communications landscape, headhunter Jackie Riley told the Professional Journalists in New York on June 2.
Arthur Sulzberger Jr., publisher of the New York Times, which lost $14.3M in Q1 and has roiled bridge and chess fans by dropping both columns, will discuss “NYT’s future” June 15 at Hunter College. It wonders about its ‘sustainability.”
Sister Mary Ann Walsh, first woman media relations person at the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, and reporter for Catholic News Service and America, died April 28 from recurring cancer at a hospice in Albany. She was 68.
News Corp. quarterly net tumbles as Wall Street, New York Post, The Sun newspaper group lags…WSJ events pro Dorothea Herrey shifts to New York Times…Zynga cuts more staffers, boosts Tiger Williams… Republican operative Gonzales takes spokesperson job at AMPTP.
Al Jazeera America on May 6 fired Ehab Alshihabi, who launched the US version of Arab satellite TV network in 2013, following staff upheaval, executive departures and filing of an anti-Semitism/sexual discrimination lawsuit.
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