Huffington plans to leave the Huffington Post, the site she started 11 years ago, in the coming weeks.
Michael Cieply, the longtime anchor of New York Times Hollywood coverage in the Los Angeles bureau, is joining Deadline as the executive editor.
The managing editor for digital strategy lasted just over a year.
Plus a media wedding, the memorial service for Steve Julian and "survivor's mentality" at the LA Times.
Laura Greanias, former city editor of the LA Daily News, will now run the site for NYC nonprofit The Seventy Four.
They are hiring. LAist is also looking for an editor-in-chief, and another former LA blogger-in-chief is in the news.
The writer of On the Public Record.com sat down with Peter H. King of the LA Times after seven years of anonymity.
The Wall Street Journal features Clifford V. Johnson, the USC theoretical physicist who is also a blogger and an adviser on plausible plot twists.
The Chronicle of Higher Education piles on the praise, saying there's now "an LARB style" of reviewing.
It's effective immediately. Bill Simmons calls callous treatment of staffers "simply appalling."
"We now have more women than men working at BuzzFeed," Jonah Peretti says on his blog. They also are less white than last year.
The web operation is still looking for the right LA headquarters, but for now BuzzFeed Motion Pictures is moving to Siren Studios.
The blogger at Here in Van Nuys visited with some of the homeless parked in 15 vans, campers and RVs at North Hollywood Park.
Roughly zero percent of female accounts "had ever shown any kind of activity at all, after the day they were created," analysis of the hacked database finds. Then they realized it was wrong.
At first he mostly saw that it wasn't New York, but the departing West Coast editor of The Architect's Newspaper came to love and respect the LA thing.
AJR has been published for 38 years. The print magazine shut down two years ago.
Her HollywoodDementia.com will feature short stories, novellas and novel excerpts written by Hollywood insiders "like myself."
So somebody else did. Screen grab from CarlyFiorina.org.
The lead blogger for many years at Mayor Sam's Sister City died Wednesday after a visit to the dentist.
Ana Marie Cox is still writing about politics and in her latest piece talks about her faith and being a liberal Christian.
If you need another clear marker that BuzzFeed is a news operation with reach and not just a website with lists, this is a pretty good one.
The other shoe has dropped in political blogger Andrew Sullivan's recent decision to stop blogging.
One of the last of the original politics bloggers wants out before he burns out. He also hopes to write a book.
Sacramento journalist Anthony York calls the site a passion project to chronicle the changing state.
Windyty is one of those websites where you can lose a lot of time just staring and trying new views.
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.
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