I mentioned the other day two job postings at the Los Angeles Daily Journal. Here's what's up. Associate editor Evelyn Larrubia is leaving on Oct. 7 to become the editorial director here of the Investigative News Network. You'll remember (maybe!) that she recently won a fellowship at Stanford. And Anna Scott, the legal paper's criminal justice beat reporter, is leaving next week to be a producer at KCRW for Warren Olney's shows, To the Point and Which Way, L.A.? She got to the Daily Journal about 18 months ago, from the Downtown News. Scott also is a new board member of the Los Angeles Press Club.
Also this: Antoine Fuqua, Bradley J. Fischer and former L.A. Times Pulitzer winner Chuck Philips will co-produce a Showtime documentary on controversial Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight Jr.
Forced exits: Smaller Village Voice Media papers made newsroom cuts today, including a writer at the OC Weekly, web editors in San Francisco and Seattle, and Dallas sports blogger and columnist Richie Whitt.