Journal vet Margaret de Streel will take the post
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.
Pogue, who's been with the Times for 13 years, will begin filing columns, blog posts, video stories and other content "later this year," according to a news release.
NY1 is planning to mark the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy with special coverage of the deadly superstorm that wreaked havoc on the city and killed dozens of its residents nearly a year ago.
Reporters and editors at The Wall Street Journal who were assigned to cover allegations of phone-hacking and other illegal activity at News International, News Corp's British newspaper division, "told colleagues of stories that were blocked, stripped of damning detail or context, or just held up in bureaucratic purgatory," NPR's David Folkenflik reports in a new book about Rupert Murdoch and his empire.
Johnson helmed Page Six for more than two decades, and much of the column's institutional power in New York is inherited from him. Angelo has said that the current Page Six team, led by Emily Smith, will remain intact. But our sources point out that Johnson may well reclaim sources he previously bequeathed to Page Six when he left.
"It has become painfully clear that your work emails and emails from other accounts that you open up on your work computer, can be read, and in some cases are being read, by managers and owners of this company," a memo to union members read in part.
Katz is considered a powerhouse in the Christie press corps and New Jersey's gubernatorial election is just weeks away.
Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, who was previously the IHT's publisher, has been named "president, international for The New York Times Company," according to an internal memo sent to Times employees yesterday from Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and Mark Thompson, the chairman and C.E.O. of the Times Company, respectively.
This is the stuff tabloids are made of: Exposing the menace of criminal hooliganism in all its innovative new forms.
The New York Times Company is ringing in the paper's revamp with a series of launch events from Paris to Wall Street to Dubai.