The Wall Street Journal
The Times had a combined print and digital average weekday circulation of 1.87 million between October and March, up 17.6 percent from the same six-month period a year earlier, according to the latest figures from the Alliance for Audited Media.
Martin Peretz, former publisher and editor in chief of The New Republic, had a column in the opinion section of yesterday's Wall Street Journal that possesses considerable stunt value: The man who sold his magazine just last year to Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes hops up on a prominent perch to lament what Hughes has done with the thing.(1)
Gerard Baker introduces himself to staff at 'Journal,' says that 'outside the coasts' people love the editorials
One person at Friday's Town Hall asked whether Baker had given any thought to rejiggering the editorial page. He demurred, saying that he has no authorty over the opinion pages. But he said that the editorials often rank among the most-read content on wsj.com and joked that "outside of the coasts," people really love them.
Where's Roscoe? Over the weekend, apparently, in the sixth-floor offices of the 'Journal.'(7)
She will soon move back to the East Coast to take over the paper's statehouse coverage.
In a staff memo, Baker named Deputy Managing Editor Alex Martin to the vacated Page One post, citing "his unstinting passion for the enterprise story" among other things.
Gerard Baker lines up his new masthead at 'The Wall Street Journal,' names Murray, Blumenstein deputies
Rebecca Blumenstein and Matt Murray have been bumped up to deputy editors in chief, while Almar Latour has been named executive editor.
The New York Post editorial page editor Bob McManus is retiring, announced the paper's state editor Fred Dicker.
Marcus Brauchli is out, and Marty Baron is in, as top editor of The Washington Post, the company announced this morning.
He announced the move on Twitter just as his new employer, the Pew Research Center, put out a statement on his hiring.
After losing its star editor to the competition, The Wall Street Journal's glossy luxury supplement, WSJ., has installed a new captain.
One source said various Wall Street Journal editors were on-hand to assist in the teaching session. Others confirmed that Alan Murray, the Journal's deputy managing editor and executive online editor, was one of them. (The Journal, like the Post and Fox News, is owned by News Corp.)
"Mansion" brings a glitzy international edge to The Journal's existing real estate pages, which tend to emphasize explaining the numbers behind both residential and commercial transactions nationwide, though "Friday Journal" did include some luxury coverage.
The title has brought 143 new advertisers to the Journal franchise since launch, and ad pages are up 45 percent year-over-year in 2012, according to a press release.