Will be free and ad-supported, with potential to convert new subscribers down the line
Bio: Joe Pompeo is a senior reporter at POLITICO Media. He was previously a reporter at Yahoo News, Business Insider and The New York Observer.
Surprisingly, neither article mentions the December 1990 "News Aid" concert where Reed, a champion of progressive causes, performed in support of Daily News reporters striking against The Tribune Company, in what was the newspaper's second brush with death in less than a decade.
Sources familiar with the matter told Capital the name is being changed partly in order to broaden the pool of advertisers potentially interested in selling against the site. The Atlantic Wire has also been given a dedicated sales team, whereas its inventory was previously sold through The Atlantic, sources said.
This is the latest in a series of significant losses for the Times, where Berke had most recently been overseeing video efforts.
This will be the first time shareholders and the general public will get a look at how News Corp. is performing now that its news-media brands are no longer cushioned by the profits of the film and television assetts that now trade as 21st Century Fox.
Newsweek sent Johnston down to Brazil, where Greenwald lives with his partner, David Miranda, right after the Omidyar news broke. Greenwald agreed to participate off the bat, said Impoco, and Johnston, a contributing editor, spent a few days shadowing him.
"I think all journalists need to code because an effective democracy depends on all citizens being able to understand and think about technology," Hansen told a crowd gathered at The New York Times building last night. "This is not done from the sidelines."
"Megan McCarthy, Colin McDonald, John Peabody and Chad Matlin (from the Opinion team) have decided to part ways with the company beginning next month."
R&D Ventures hasn't shaped up to be a significant revenue-generator for the company, sources familiar with the matter told Capital.
New York State Supreme Court Judge Manuel J. Mendez dismissed Nasar's complaint, ruling that "Nasar has never had a personal entitlement to receive the Knight Endowment."
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.