Co-managing editor Larry Ingrassia goes after the magazine and writer Ed Leibowitz for "What's the matter with the Los Angeles Times?"
Magazine goes deep in a piece that finds an autocratic, distracted leader who insults women and other staffers.
Job moves, hires, book news, awards and other items I've been saving up on the media beat.
The New Yorker goes deep on Levin's network of sources and the payments made for private info on celebrities.
To bring in web readers over the holidays, the magazine is re-running eight of editor Mary Melton's favorite stories from the past 14 years. Today: Amy Wallace's new fake breasts.
Hugh Hefner agrees that his 62-year-old magazine should move on and adapt. The website already had.
Jim Romenesko reports the staff was told this morning that the magazine is closing effective immediately.
Stephen Randall, longtime deputy editor in Los Angeles for Playboy and overseer of the Playboy Interview, will transition to an editor-at-large role as change roils the magazine.
New York Magazine got 35 of the 46 women it counts as having come forward with allegations about Bill Cosby to sit for photos. It makes an impact.
"The ideal candidate is deeply committed to journalism in the public interest and does not shy away from difficult—even scary—projects." And more.
The former Bruce Jenner comes out in her new identity in a cover photo by Annie Leibovitz and 22-page spread in the new Vanity Fair.
The original Los Angeles media and politics blogger is featured in today's Column One in the LA Times.
THR's National Magazine Award comes in the category of special interest. Pacific Standard and Amanda Hess also win.
The magazine will turn to freelance and I guess contract photographers. Here are the final six SI photogs.
Amanda Hess' manifesto about women and the Internet for Pacific Standard is also a finalist in the National Magazine Awards.
Los Angeles Magazine goes longform on the life transition of the LA news helicopter pilot formerly known as Bob Tur.
California Sunday Magazine has posted early its January issue story reconstructing the events of September 26, 2014 in Iguala. "Mexico is now a nation in mourning."
Most of the remaining editors and contributing writers of The New Republic resigned today, following yesterday's departure of editor Franklin Foer and literary editor Leon Wieseltier.
After five years as a semi-independent website and a year under the name The Wire, the site is going back under the banner of The Atlantic.
Los Angeles Magazine contributor Jesse Katz spent five months sorting out the story of how Puig was taken to Mexico and held by smugglers, and the deal that committed 20 percent of his future earnings to a small-time Miami crook.
Los Angeles Magazine is posting the full video this week of a breakfast session with Mayor Eric Garcetti held last week at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. He chats in the free-flowing interview with editor Mary Melton.
This perhaps bears repeating: The Hollywood Reporter is up for a general excellence award in the most prestigious magazine competition in the country. So is Pacific Standard.
Bryant says he's fairly certain he will retire as a player when his contract expires in the summer of 2016.
Just when it seems from consuming any media that LA has abandoned its automobile ways — but in actuality hasn't — Los Angeles Magazine decides to zig where the others zag.
Plenty of stars show up on the cover of Vanity Fair despite Gwyneth Paltrow's ask that her friends shun the magazine. Editor Graydon Carter addresses the whole Paltrow saga in his editor's letter.
The California Sunday Magazine will exist in several digital formats and be delivered on dead trees in the Los Angeles Times and other papers. It's coming out of the Bay Area — and they are hiring.
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