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East LA Native Laughs Off Reddit Resurrection of Newsman Career - Posted November 20, 2012
Dylan Stableford at Yahoo! News caught up with Gustavo Almodovar, a former Central Florida news reporter ... [FishbowlLA]

Laura Rozen Leaves Yahoo! News - Posted April 11, 2012
Laura Rozen, a longtime foreign policy writer in Washington, has left Yahoo! News. Today The Envoy, a news blog she wrote for the site, is being written by ... [FishbowlDC]

Gloria Allred Still Figuring Out How to BCC - Posted February 27, 2012
Yahoo's Dylan Stableford got a funny scoop after super lawyer Gloria Allred accidentally forgot to BCC the 380 journos on her invite list to an Oscar viewing party at the Beverly Hills Hotel--on behalf of ... [FishbowlLA]

Rotten Fish Food - Posted January 26, 2012
(A Sprinkling of Very Gross Things we Think you Ought to Know...)                     Today's Edition of Fish Food takes a look at some of the grosser parts of the news. Don't say we did... [FishbowlDC]

The Wrap's Dylan Stableford Heading to Yahoo! - Posted May 6, 2011
The Wrap's media reporter Dylan Stableford is jumping ship and heading to Yahoo! News, where he'll be the site's senior media reporter. Twitter ... [FishbowlLA]

Bloggers Against Blogger Lawsuit Against HuffPo - Posted April 13, 2011
As you've no doubt heard by now, a class-action lawsuit was filed yesterday by Jonathan Tasini on behalf of unpaid Huffington Post bloggers, contending Arianna and her website are guilty of "unjust enrichment and deceptive business practices." The blogosphere hasn't exactly come out in support of the lawsuit. Dylan Stableford... [FishbowlLA]

Some Reactions to the Bloggers' Suit Against HuffPo - Posted April 13, 2011
Our post yesterday about the news of unpaid bloggers taking the Huffington Post to court inspired some retweets and discussion, including this comment by Nicholas Roberts: I expect the argument will be "we gave our content in order to build an independently owned, liberal media outlet, w... [MediaJobsDaily]

In The Twitter-verse, The New York Times Dominates All Other Newspapers - Posted April 5, 2011
The New York Times dominates the newspaper sector when it comes to Twitter followers, tallying more than 3 million (3,062,437, to be exact) as of March 31, while no other newspaper cracked the 1 million ma... [SocialTimes.com]

But Does Anyone Care the Swimsuit Issue Is Out? - Posted February 15, 2011
Over on The Wrap, SportsNewser friend Dylan Stableford argues persuasively that this... [SportsNewser]

The Media World's Top Tweeters - Posted October 21, 2010
Over at The Wrap, Dylan Stableford has compiled a list of the top tweeting media outlet... [FishbowlLA]

Should The New York Times Have Issued This Press Release? - Posted July 8, 2010
Some reporters were surprised to see that The New York Times issued a press release yesterday that touted its business coverage and stated that the business section, "continues to break vital news." Needless to say, reporters who noticed the release didn't think "New York Times Breaks News" was exactly news. "Even... [PRNewser]

Newsstand Magazine Sales Drop -- Oprah Still Doing Fine - Posted February 10, 2010
Dylan Stableford charts the continued decline of newsstand magazine sales over at the The Wrap. "Single copy sales -- i.e. newsstand -- fell 9 percent during the second half... [FishbowlLA]

Forbes Digital Produces 5,000 Articles A Day - Posted April 9, 2009
Want to know what it takes to survive online today? Quantity, quantity, quantity. At least that's what Forbes believes. In an Folio article about their new blackberry application,... [MediaJobsDaily]

What Media Professionals Say When They Think No One Is Listening - Posted March 19, 2009
The three day Folio Summit, focusing on changing the business of media and creating new growth opportunities, wrapped up in Chicago on Wednesday. In honor of this event, Folio reporter Dylan Stableford ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Morning Reading List, 07.17.08 - Posted July 17, 2008
Good morning Washington. Where can you find the above bathroom in Washington, D.C.? Email us your guesses. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. ... [FishbowlDC]

Who Gets To Party At Capitol File Parties? - Posted February 22, 2008
Folio magazine's Dylan Stableford reports that Capitol File magazine won't allow its sales team to attend magazine parties. "They stand in the lobby---and stay in the lobby," said Greenspun Media president Michael T. Carr. Why? "Their job is to schmooze, not--as it often happens--booze," writes Stableford. Although you can be tempted to... [FishbowlDC]

Redesigns Are For the Weeks - Posted October 17, 2007
Two weekly mags got makeovers last week: Newsweek, our top pick of the publications you only read at the dentist office, and BusinessWeek, the home of everyone's favorite design blogger. First, Newsweek, which we knew was coming because designer Amid Ca... [UnBeige]

Well, I See By the Clock on the Wall... - Posted September 12, 2007
Routine is a funny thing, especially on a professional level. It forces you to get up early every morning, perform a specific set of work-related tricks until the day is done, and then it's time to get up early the next day and repeat the same process. For two years, routine... [GalleyCat]

Bob Woodruff Almost His Old Self - Posted February 26, 2007
ABC News this morning gave reporters a sneak peak of the documentary about Bob Woodruff's near-death and recovery and how his family -- as well as the other soldiers and Marines who've been through the same, usually with much less positive results -- have dealt with it. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)--... [TVNewser]