Ryan Derousseau


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Oprah Vents While Stars And Stripes Admits Porn Problem, Plus Other News of the Day

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– Oprah Winfrey wasn’t pleased; wasn’t pleased at all to leave broadcast television. According to a report from Fortune magazine, Oprah talks about what took place when she negotiated a [...]

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Poynter Calls for Journalism Entrepreneurs

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Poynter wants to hear new journalism ideas, and is willing to give a little money for the best ones. In a release, Poynter has called for people with a creative [...]

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FT Tilt Details

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Finally, some details emerge about the soon-to-launch site, FT Tilt. It’s the Financial Time‘s newest attempt to build a niche site, and it will focus on emerging markets. “The name [...]

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Ousted; WSJ Reporter Gets the Boot Shortly After Arguing With Steve Jobs

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Journalists are supposed to be critics, right? They question assumptions and ask for clarification. It’s part of the job title, but apparently you better watch your words at the Wall [...]

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Tennis Magazine Cuts Edit Staff | Associated Press to Name Buzbee as DC Bureau Chief | And Other Stuff That Happened Yesterday

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We couldn’t get to everything yesterday, but here’s a few tidbits of news you should know about, including Tennis magazine deciding to cut part of its edit staff. Tennis Magazine [...]

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Bartenders Start Tweeting While New York Times Magazine Finds its New Editor, Plus Other News of the Day

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– Well it’s over, and it only seems like yesterday when we first began talking about the potential suitors for Newsweek. Actually, scratch that. Finally, the transition is over! The [...]

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Union Dispute Threatens Philadelphia Papers

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The Philadelphia Newspapers sale doesn’t seem to have an end. Now the creditors who won the rights to the company, which owns The Inquirer and the Daily News, last week [...]

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Andrew Ross Sorkin Talks About His Rise Up the NYT Ladder

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Andrew Ross Sorkin, the young New York Times columnist and creator of Dealbook, has had precipitous rise up the ranks of the NYT. While his story is rare, it’s interesting [...]

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Patch Admits it Lifted Photo From Local Blogger

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AOL Patch has admitted it was wrong in lifting a photo off a local blog in New Rochelle, NY. In an email to Talk of the Sound blogger Robert Cox, [...]

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Initial Jobless Claims Drops by 16,000

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In the roller coaster ride that’s the initial unemployment claims in the U.S., the Labor Department saw a decrease of 16,000 claims last week. That’s coming off of last week’s [...]

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Diller Likes AOL While National Journal’s Latest Hire Talks Decline, Plus Other News of the Day

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– Well the Wall Street Journal is sure enjoying a recent jump in its advertising revenue, and it wants to make it clear that the New York Times isn’t matching [...]

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Columbia Journalism Review Needs a Media Critic

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Media critics seem to be in high demand these days. On Monday, Jeff Bercovici joined Forbes while John Koblin left his home at New York Observer to start writing for [...]

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Dan Abrams: “We’re Making a Profit”

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For those working at Mediaite, here’s some good news. Founder of Abrams Media, publisher of Mediaite, Dan Abrams says his company will soon be profitable. And here’s some news for [...]

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Deseret News Gilbert: “Optimistic about the industry? No”

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Fresh off the heels of cutting 43 percent of Deseret News‘ staff, CEO Clark Gilbert spoke to a Dallas, Texas advertising conference about the future of media. Lets just say [...]

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Newsweek, Daily Beast Combo Gains Momentum

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Talks between Newsweek‘s soon-to-be official owner Sidney Harman and the Daily Beast have heated up reports the New York Post‘s Keith Kelly. The plan would combine the digital group within [...]