Joe Pompeo

<em>Times</em> unifies its revenue strategy under Meredith Kopit Levien:

The promotion solidifies a new hierarchy of leadership

Bio: Joe Pompeo is a senior reporter at Capital, where he covers media. He was previously a reporter at Yahoo News, Business Insider and The New York Observer.

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This is not your father’s ‘Wall Street Journal’

"If you had told me 10 years ago that I'd be at a Wall Street Journal party with Gisele Bundchen and Daft Punk, and that that would be an essential part of our journalism," said deputy managing editor for features Michael Miller.

Nov. 14, 2013

 
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‘Times’ ad exec announces ‘full native advertising platform’

"We're working on developing storytelling solutions for advertisers," a Times spokeswoman told Capital when we asked for more details.

She said the "solutions" would "come with a suite of social amplification and analytics tools to enable marketers to see and scale the value of those stories in real time" and that they would "never confuse the reader and will always be identified as marketer content."

Nov. 13, 2013

 
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‘New York Post’ asks court to reconsider dismissing Sandra Guzman’s suit against them

In a case that has dogged editor-in-chief Col Allan for the past several years, Guzman, a former editor, alleges that she was harassed and fired for speaking out against a cartoon printed in the tabloid that was widely perceived as being racist.

Nov. 13, 2013

 
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‘New York Times’ plays it cool amid reports of a ‘brain drain’

"The departures have brought the Times face to face with a harsh reality: In the new media landscape, some journalists have become their own brands with followings and reputations that are not dependent on the 'aura' of the paper of record," writes Byers, who cites budget constraints and botched negotiations. "Some built their brands at the paper, but it does not necessarily have the resources or flexibility to keep them."

Nov. 13, 2013

 
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Abramson to name Lindgren’s replacement by year’s end; inside and outside candidates being considered

"The New York Times Magazine is a treasured part of our news report and has vast reserves of talent. There will be a new editor by year's end and we will be looking at candidates from both inside and outside the newsroom."

Nov. 12, 2013

 
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‘Daily News’ hires Hearst executive to ‘lead and advance’ its digital business

Grant Whitmore is leaving his post as the magazine and newspaper publisher's vice president and general manager of digital to become executive vice president of digital at the News beginning in January.

Nov. 12, 2013

 
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‘Times’ masthead ‘hasn’t had a chance to huddle yet’ about Stelter’s replacement

"No successor yet," media editor Bruce Headlam told Capital.

Nov. 12, 2013

 
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In first ‘new’ News Corp. earnings call, lower numbers and a shift to mobile

Overall, News Corp's first-quarter 2014 financial results showed a 3 percent year-over-year decrease in total revenues, which fell to $2.07 billion compared to $2.13 billion in the prior year.

Nov. 11, 2013

 
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‘CJR’ preparing to name new editor-in-chief

Spayd had become the Post's first female managing editor before leaving the paper last year. She worked there with Steve Coll, dean of the Columbia Journalism School, which publishes CJR.

Bates was the executive editor of Rolling Stone until January, when he was laid off.

Nov. 11, 2013

 
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‘Guardian’ hits back as editor-in-chief is called in for Snowden inquiry

"We understand that some people will always warn that any form of disclosure has a damaging impact on the work of the security services," The Guardian said in a statement issued to Capital this afternoon, "but this cannot mean the end of all questioning and debate."

Nov. 10, 2013