Kyle Campbell, who joined the New York Daily News in its digital news operation in Jersey City last August, was not among the 20 staffers that the New York Post reported were fired Jan. 8. odwyerpr.com regrets this error which was based on a false report. Efforts had been made to reach Campbell.
Metro Corp., publisher of Boston and Philadelphia magazines, announced yesterday that it is cutting personnel as part of a larger corporate restructuring effort that will include a new native advertising platform.
“The Big Short” movie blames the 2008 financial bust on banks, rating services, Federal Reserve, Wall Street houses and others. Journalism Prof. Dean Starkman keeps insisting that the financial press was a major culprit and that it continues to perform poorly. Journalists dispute this view.
IBT Media flagship International Business Times has unveiled a new website, and IBT property Newsweek will soon follow suit, as part of the media organization’s bid to attract mobile readers and advertisers.
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