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Looking For A Job? ESPN The Magazine Is Hiring - Posted April 13, 2011
It sounds like Gary Belsky isn't the only ESPN The Magazine employee who won't be making the move from New Yo... [SportsNewser]

Chad Millman Replacing Gary Belsky As ESPN The Magazine Editor-In-Chief - Posted April 12, 2011
ESPN The Magazine announced Tuesday that Chad Millman will become the magazine's new editor-in-chief effective June 15, in conjunction with the relocation of editorial operations ... [SportsNewser]

Insiders Only for ESPN-The Magazine, ESPN Insider iPhone Apps - Posted September 23, 2010
The ESPN-The Magazine and ESPN Insider iPhone apps are currently awaiting Apple approval, but ESPN Publishing general manager and editorial director Gary Hoenig told ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Wired Editor Chris Anderson Squares Off Against Macmillan CEO John Sargent on Free and Paid Content - Posted September 23, 2009
Photo: (left to right) Chris Anderson, Gary Hoenig, John Sargent, Alan Murray Last night's discussion, Free AND Paid Content: Business Models That Work, hinged on whether consumers of news and books should and will pay for content online. But it became a tense intellectual slugging match between John Sarge... [Fishbowl NY]

Wired Editor Chris Anderson Squares Off Against Macmillan CEO John Sargent on Free and Paid Content - Posted September 23, 2009
Photo: (left to right) Chris Anderson, Gary Hoenig, John Sargent, Alan Murray Last night's discussion, Free AND Paid Content: Business Models That Work, hinged on whether consumers of news and books should and will pay for content online. But it became a tense intellectual slugging match between John Sarge... [FishbowlNY]

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