Joe Pompeo

Next <em>Times</em> subscription apps to land in June, fall:

The mobile apps are seen as a key growth component of circulation revenue, which has offset diminished advertising revenues.

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

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The ‘Voice’ moves on, and so does Tony Ortega

It's only been a week since Tony Ortega's last day as editor-in-chief of The Village Voice, which is searching for a successor under a newly formed parent company in which the Voice will no longer share business with the controversial classified website Backpage.com.

Sep. 28, 2012

 
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Nick Denton’s two-million-dollar day

The Lineup collects the media stories, big and small, that are on our radar each day.

Sep. 27, 2012

 
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Evelyn Rusli leaves ‘Times’ for ‘WSJ’

Evelyn Rusli, who joined the Times in 2010 as part of the big expansion of its Wall Street vertical, DealBook, is leaving the paper for a job as a West Coast-based technology correspondent for The Wall Street Journal.

Sep. 27, 2012

 
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Former ‘Times’ digital chief takes a board seat at social network Sulia

“Sulia is creating a new and powerful social experience,” said Nisenholtz, in a statement. "By algorithmically curating experts and their content into real-time channels, Sulia’s technology generates live expert panels on every important subject.”

Sep. 27, 2012

 
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‘Times’ gets Deborah Needleman from ‘WSJ.’ to edit ‘T’

Capital first reported several weeks ago that Needleman, previously editor of rival style mag WSJ., had been offered the job.

Sep. 27, 2012

 
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A no-longer-tearful Sue Simmons on why she got the boot

The Lineup collects the media stories, big and small, that are on our radar each day.

Sep. 26, 2012

 
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CNN stands by use of slain Libyan ambassador’s diary in reports

The Lineup collects the media stories, big and small, that are on our radar each day.

Sep. 24, 2012

 
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‘Observer’ ropes old talent (Cynthia Cotts, George Gurley, Nina Burleigh) and new into its bullpen

Following a string of recent staff departures, recently-installed New York Observer editor Aaron Gell has announced some new talent grabs.

Sep. 24, 2012

 
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Village Voice Media: ‘Absolutely no’ ongoing relationship between alt-weeklies and Backpage.com, financial or otherwise

We wondered whether those investors included (former) Village Voice Media executive editor Michael Lacey and/or chief executive Jim Larkin, the erstwhile Village Voice Media controlling shareholders who will continue to run Backpage.com as a separate entity. "No," Lacey told Capital, reached for comment via his Village Voice Media email address.

Sep. 24, 2012

 
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The story of ‘M,’ Peter Kaplan’s latest ambition

"Magazines now are something to have and to hold," said Butkus. "That's what we were going for. You have to have an experience with it."

Sep. 21, 2012