Joe Pompeo

A New York tabloid detente that wasn't:

A public war continued as various plans for cooperating, even merging, in order to survive, were considered—and rejected.

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.

Latest Articles:

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Layoffs hit Daily News again

The downsizing had been rumored for more than a month.

Jul. 18, 2014

 
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Jill Abramson keeps cordial on radio leg of media blitz

"I look back on it with a lot of pride because I had a wonderful career at The New York Times, and I loved being a reporter and editor there," Abramson told hosts Pat Kiernan and Rita Cosby during their afternoon radio show on 77 WABC.

Jul. 15, 2014

 
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Guardian U.S. names Eamonn Store C.E.O.

Store is a veteran of big media agencies like M.E.C. Global and Starcom but hasn't run a news organization before.

Jul. 15, 2014

 
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Jim Brady’s Philly gamble: Third time’s a charm?

New venture is a civic-minded digital news outlet

Jul. 15, 2014

 
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A.G. Sulzberger named ‘senior editor for strategy’ at Times

Rising star seen as likely heir to the publisher's role that his father will vacate in the coming years.

Jul. 14, 2014

 
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A new, old look for Radar

The website has returned to its original, bold logotype.

Jul. 10, 2014

 
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New Yorker names new comms director

Natalie Raabe is in as long-time magazine spokesperson Alexa Cassanos leaves for Facebook.

Jul. 3, 2014

 
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Amy Ellis Nutt to leave Star-Ledger for Washington Post

“I will be joining the science team, where I will be concentrating on ‘the brain,’” the Pulitzer winner confirmed via email.

Jul. 3, 2014

 
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Smith and Tyrangiel’s talking points on the new Bloomberg Media

"We're here to innovate, to do creative storytelling, to break news.”

Jul. 2, 2014

 
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Layoffs at The Wall Street Journal

The downsizing has been taking place over recent weeks; sources tell Capital number closer to 20 than 40.

Jul. 2, 2014