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Layoffs Hit Rupert Murdoch’s The Daily The iPad newspaper is firing 50 of its 170 employees.
The Washington Times Is for Sale Anyone want to buy a conservative newspaper?
National Geographic Adventure Closes It’ll continue on as a website, the company says, but they’ve already gone and laid off the entire staff.
Washington Times to Cut at Least 40 Percent of Staff The paper will also be distributed free in some areas.
Time Inc. to Close In Style Weddings And a decadelong curse comes to an end.
Budget Travel Shuttering? [Updated] We hear that the discount vacation title is closing up shop.
Hachette Shutters Metropolitan Home The magazine joins the other shelter titles felled by the recession.
Time Inc. to Lay Off Roughly 540 The company aims to reduce costs by $100 million.
Layoffs at Forbes “We — and the entire media world — have been hit hard by both the severe recession and the seismic shifts wrought by the Web.”
Condé Nast Layoffs Reach GQ, Vanity Fair [Updated] “They said they couldn’t handle laying off everybody all at once. So every magazine has a scheduled day.”
Why Is Condé Nast Dragging Out Its Staff Cutbacks? This just seems more painful for everyone involved.
Condé Nast Pins Its Hopes on ... Love! The magazine company has launched an online dating site.
Time Style & Design to Suspend Publication Time Inc. blames the floundering luxury market.
Gannett Lays Off a Total of 1,400 Workers But they were valued while they were there.
Layoffs at Spin The tiny staff just got even tinier.
Vibe Magazine Folds Another one bites the dust.
Mortgage Originator Magazine Closes The ‘Observer’ wasn’t the only place that had layoffs today.
Nick and Nick Jr. Magazines Fold The kids’ magazines of Nickelodeon are no more.
WNYC Confirms Layoffs, Cutbacks The public radio station will lay off four people and eliminate eleven unfilled positions. Senior staff will take a pay cut, as well.
Communications-School Graduates Receiving Grim Messages Basically, at Syracuse and Berkeley, they’re being told they’ll have to work for free.
Newspapers Collude to Save Themselves A meeting today among representatives of fifteen major papers could mean a lot of things.
Boston Globe Still Alive, Struggling The Boston ‘Globe’ continues to wrestle with employee unions and the ‘Times,’ and an alt-weekly outsources its content to India, in our daily media roundup.
Plan B Magazine Quits While Ahead That and the rest of today’s grim media news.
Reshuffling, Reimagining at OK! The celebrity weekly will focus more on style. Also, several editors are out. That and the rest of today’s media news.
WNYC E-mails Staff Announcing Layoffs Eighteen positions have been eliminated, workers were notified.
Literary Giant Betsy Perry Would Rather Burn Out Than Fade Away Daily Intel’s favorite HuffPo columnist is forced to resign, and the Boston ‘Globe’ finally makes a deal, in today’s media roundup.
Boston Globe Gets a Stay of Execution But not all of today’s media news is good.
Entertainment Weekly Publisher Out That, and the rest of today’s saddening media news. Just in time for the ASMEs!
Condé Nast Is ‘Operating Like General Motors’ And more grim news about the struggling media industry.
Tina Brown Is Wrong About Portfolio We’re never happy to see a magazine die, just like we’re never happy to see a person die. But even though he appears random and cruel, you have to admit that God, by which we mean Si Newhouse, does things for a reason.
NPR, Hachette Cut Back Today in media metamorphoses: The caterpillar becomes … a caterpillar with fewer legs.
McClatchy Takes Another Hit The latest in media metamorphoses.
In Media, Nothing You Do Will Ever Be Enough Job cuts galore — even for those who invented their own companies — today in media land.
Sam Zell Calls Buying the Tribune a ‘Mistake’ Somehow, his saying that doesn’t make us feel any better. That, and more bad news, in our media roundup.
On the Bright Side, a Magazine Devoted to Pole-Dancing Launched Today But it’s online-only. Meanwhile, the ax came down at some traditional media companies.
The New York Times Could Always Just Start a LiveJournal The ‘Times’ today had three stories about the media’s epic struggle to stay afloat. Way to be self-referential, ‘Times’! And they say newspapers are having trouble adjusting to the Internet.
Your Ad Here The L.A.‘Times’ and other media outlets are giving ads more prominent placement, and sometimes even disguising them as front-page news stories! More on the media meltdown in our daily wrap-up, sponsored by your mom.
FHM Is Looking for an Editor-in-chief Yep, you read that right. There’s a media job, everybody! A media job! Load More