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C.J. Anderson stars in season-opening win, climbs Broncos’ record books
The eyes were on the quarterback, and later on the defense. But it was C.J. Anderson who starred for the Broncos in a thrilling season-opening win over the Panthers on Thursday.
3055 points by The Denver Post | American football Super Bowl Editing Newspaper North Carolina Quarterback National Football League Woody Paige
Newsday on hunt for new head of Long Island news desk
Newsday, the Long Island newspaper, is looking for a top editor to oversee its LI news desk. Tim Drachlis, who had occupied the seat as an assistant managing editor, left in early August. Meanwhile the paper, now owned by Patrick Dolan, has filled its investigations slot with Martin Gottlieb, who quit as editor-in-chief of The...
11 points by New York Post | Editing Replacement Replacements New York City Short story
Laura Elder named new Galveston County managing editor
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - Laura Elder, business editor of The Galveston County Daily News, has been named the daily's new managing editor. She succeeds Scott E. Williams, who died of a heart attack Aug. 17. The Daily News (http://bit.ly/2cG7V1z) reports Elder will continue to edit the newspaper's business pages, as ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Editing Newspaper Galveston County Texas Greater Houston Galveston Texas The Times League City Texas Galveston Bay Area
Dozens of Us Weekly staffers booted amid $100M sale
The soon-to-be owners of Us Weekly are sharpening the ax . On Thursday, 38 editorial people, including Us Weekly Editor-in-Chief Michael Steele, were told they are getting the old heave- ho, sources tell Media Ink. But they have to keep working for the next few weeks until the deal officially closes and American Media Inc....
-1 points by New York Post | Editing Jann Wenner The National Enquirer Us Weekly Newspaper Publishing Film American Media
Oscar Best Picture Nominees Are Ageist, Study Claims
This year’s Oscars has been hailed as more inclusive than previous awards shows. After two straight years of only recognizing white actors, seven of the 20 acting nominees this year are performers of color, tying a record. There are also a number of films, such as “Fences” and “Hidden Figures,” that deal with the African-American... Read more »
6 points by Variety | The Usual Suspects Actor Academy Award Academy Award for Best Picture Editing Old age The Age Gabriel Byrne
From 'Arrival' to 'Moonlight' to 'Silence,' a look at the first frame of 9 films meant to pull you in
The first scene of a movie is often its defining moment: In subtle and large ways it lets the audience know where they are, where they’re going — and often, what to expect along the way. But deciding on that first major statement can be a challenge; sometimes, a main character dancing to “Thriller”...
28 points by Los Angeles Times | Martin Scorsese Editing Gangs of New York Thelma Schoonmaker La La Land Film
Obituary: William E. Deibler / Former PG editor known for his thoughtful, skilled work
William Edwin Deibler, the longtime newspaper reporter and editor whose intelligence, experience and quiet demeanor graced the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom for three decades and to whom a cadre of retired and active journalists owe their careers, died Feb. 1 in Care One, a rehabilitation facility in Moorestown, N.J.
365 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Editing Reporter Journalist Newspaper Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Newsroom Broadsheet Carnegie Mellon University
Joanna Coles, Cosmopolitan Editor, Named to New Job at Hearst
Hearst said Ms. Coles would become its first chief content officer. Michele Promaulayko will become editor in chief at Cosmopolitan.
2717 points by The New York Time | Hearst Corporation Newspaper Cosmopolitan William Randolph Hearst Seventeen Editing Copy editing Marie Claire
‘Radical subversive’ magazines dominate the Ellie awards
Small, off-beat magazines dominated the industry’s annual awards competition on Tuesday, beating back their better-known, better-financed rivals. In category after category, it was editors and brass from Time Inc., Hearst and Meredith standing to applaud folks from Mother Jones, Pacific Standard, Good Magazine, Eater and Modern Farmer as they picked up their Ellie for excellence...
317 points by New York Post | The New Yorker National Magazine Awards Editing The New York Times Newspaper Publishing Copy editing Magazine
Janice Min leaves Hollywood Reporter after seven years
Reports speculated Min’s move could signal a sale of THR.
4 points by New York Post | Los Angeles Newspaper Dick Clark Editing Debut albums Film Copy editing Dick Clark Productions
Janice Min to step down from Hollywood Reporter after remaking the trade publication
Janice Min, the editor who transformed the Hollywood Reporter from a struggling trade publication into a glossy Tinseltown magazine, is moving on after nearly seven years.  Min, 47, who runs both the Hollywood Reporter and its music-focused sister trade Billboard, will leave at the end of this...
33 points by Los Angeles Times | Magazine Newspaper Los Angeles Advertising Editing Dick Clark Justin Timberlake Professional and trade magazines
‘A Dog’s Purpose’ video was edited to mislead: investigation
There's nothing to bark about regarding a questionable video from the set of "A Dog's Purpose," a third-party investigation found.
840 points by Daily News | Film Animal welfare Universal Studios The Animals Dennis Quaid Publishing Warner Bros. Editing
Sentinel newspaper names Brian Cox managing editor
LEWISTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Brian Cox has been promoted to the position of managing editor at The Sentinel in Lewistown. Cox began working at the newspaper in 2008 as a sports reporter, and went on to serve as news editor, city editor and most recently as assistant managing editor. Publisher ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Editing English-language films Pennsylvania Newspaper Harrisburg Pennsylvania Mass media Lock Haven Pennsylvania Publishing
Modern Luxury names new editor-in-chief
Phebe Wahl, the beauty editor of Modern Luxury, is going to be the new editor-in-chief of Manhattan and Beach magazines following a purge of five-year EIC Cristina Cuomo. Cuomo was the launch editor of Beach. Her sister, publisher Andrea Greeven, is also gone in the purge — along with most of the small staff. Wahl,...
192 points by New York Post | Editing Harvard University alumni American television actors Publishing Newspaper 1970 births Year of birth missing 1984 births
Sally Buzbee named Associated Press executive editor
NEW YORK (AP) - Sally Buzbee, a veteran journalist with deep experience leading both international and U.S. news coverage, has been named executive editor and senior vice president of The Associated Press. Buzbee's appointment is effective Jan. 1. She will oversee a global news operation that includes journalists working in ...
2 points by The Washington Times | Iraq War Saudi Arabia Iraq Associated Press President of the United States Washington D.C. 2003 invasion of Iraq Editing
Univision Hires News Corp’s Raju Narisetti to Oversee Sites Acquired From Gawker Media
Univision Communications has tapped media and journalism veteran Raju Narisetti as CEO of the newly named Gizmodo Media Group, encompassing the six brands it acquired from Gakwer Media for $135 million in a bankruptcy proceeding. Narisetti is currently senior VP of strategy at Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, where he has overseen acquisitions and digital-growth strategy since... Read more »
7 points by Variety | Gawker Media Nick Denton News Corporation Newspaper Blogs Journalism Gawker.com Editing
Broncos’ Brandon Marshall meets with local students; says Terence Crutcher video a reminder “we have a long way to go”
Before the start of training camp, and long before he decided to take a knee for the national anthem, Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall decided to take a tour.
432 points by The Denver Post | Editing The Star-Spangled Banner Protest Education Primary school Elementary school The Denver Post Primary education
Hong Kong's new media: A blow for Beijing?
We examine how Hong Kong's new media and a new wave of politicians are challenging the establishment media.
10 points by Al Jazeera English | Hong Kong University of Hong Kong Newspaper Editing Donald Trump Hong Kong International Airport
Broncos’ Demaryius Thomas (hip) said to seek second opinion after MRI
Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas underwent an MRI on his hip Friday and, according to ESPN, is expected to seek a second opinion.
287 points by The Denver Post | Newspaper North Carolina National Football League Editing University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Michael Jordan National Basketball Association New York
NFL, NFLPA to investigate handling of hits on Cam Newton in Broncos game
The NFL and NFL Players Association will investigate the implementation of its concussion protocol last Thursday, when Panthers quarterback Cam Newton sustained multiple helmet-to-helmet hits from Broncos defenders.
806 points by The Denver Post | National Football League Players Association American football Editing National Football League Blitz Collective bargaining American football positions Newspaper
New politics, new journalism in Hong Kong
A tug of war between legacy and upstart media in Hong Kong. Plus, the untold stories of the Amazon.
481 points by Al Jazeera English | Mass media Journalism University of Hong Kong Newspaper Hong Kong Editing Amazon River Hong Kong International Airport
NBC overnight rating for Broncos-Panthers down slightly
NBC drew an overnight TV rating of 16.5 rating/29 share (16.5 percent of households tuned in and 29 percent of households with TVs in use watched) for the Broncos' season-opening victory against the Panthers on Thursday.
5 points by The Denver Post | North Carolina National Football League National Basketball Association Newspaper Charlotte North Carolina New York City Raleigh North Carolina Editing
Broncos’ Brandon Marshall loses endorsement deal after kneeling for national anthem
The Air Academy Federal Credit Union dropped Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall from his endorsement deal after he took a knee during the national anthem Thursday.
141181 points by The Denver Post | Editing The Star-Spangled Banner Tight end American football positions Credit union The Denver Post Racism Expected value
Jhabvala: NFL fails to protect Cam Newton after multiple helmet-to-helmet hits from Broncos
Carolina quarterback Cam Newton said he was asked "a couple questions" after Thursday night’s game against the Broncos in Denver before he met with the media.
862 points by The Denver Post | Editing North Carolina Play Game Athletic trainer Newton Stewart Question Penalty