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Revolving Door Newsletter: 05.28.13
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So What Do You Do, Tina Gaudoin, Editor-in-Chief, WSJ.?
The leading lady of the Wall Street Journal's luxe mag launch talks advertorials, Anglicisms, and adventures in publishing.

So What Do You Do, Undercover Deadspin Olympics Reporters?
These recent grads score "street-level coverage" of the Olympics for snarky sports blog Deadspin.

So What Do You Do, Richard Behar, Investigative Journalist, Fast Company?
This reporter scours the globe for the grittiest exposes, trying to keep the "public service" of journalism alive.

So What Do You Do, Sarah Lacy, Author, Once You're Lucky, Twice You're Good?
This writer talks about her new book, her life as a Silicon Valley tech reporter, and the culture of the Valley.

So What Do You Do, Matt Taibbi, Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone?
A political correspondent discusses the state of the nation and explains the problem with today's reporters.

So What Do You Do, Matt Bai, New York Times Magazine Political Reporter?
NYTM's political reporter on the election, the union, and why 'blogging is killing [him]."

So What Do You Do, Tyler Brûlé, EIC Monocle?
Monocle's creator discusses the jet-set life, his future goals, and founding the mag he's "always wanted to do."

So What Do You Do, Stephen Drucker, House Beautiful EIC?
House Beautiful's editor discusses saving HB and filling the House & Garden void.

So What Do You Do, Will Connors, International Correspondent?
Only a year post-college, this journo settled in Africa, hit the local scene, and scored multiple Times bylines.

So What Do You Do, Rafat Ali?
Editor and publisher of PaidContent.org, the man who cracked the code to making blogs pay details the secrets to his success.

So What Do You Do, Cathie Black?
Hearst's glass ceiling-shattering president describes why "there will continue to be stars made and opportunities presented" in the magazine business.

Design Spotlight: Michael Grossman
Absolute consultant Michael Grossman talks about why he's not a designer, what designers can learn from editors, and holistic thinking

Design Spotlight: Valerie Thai
Adbusters' associate art director talks about the message behind the magazine, Adbusters' Blackspot sneaker project and why she didn't pack up and move to New York after art school

Design Spotlight: John Korpics
InStyle's brand new creative director talks about why he bolted from Esquire, what InStyle's real problems are (information architecture?) and why winning an Ellie isn't quite like winning an Oscar.

Design Spotlight: Luke Hayman, Jody Quon and Chris Dixon
New York magazine's design team on the mag's retro feel, service-oriented design and working with Adam Moss

Design Spotlight: Andrea Fella
The art director of Nylon talks about her hands-on style, her famous father and shooting her own spreads

Design Spotlight: Fabrice Frere
CITY's creative director talks about digital photoshoots, outsourcing your design staff, and how to win the most awards on the cheapest budget.

Design Spotlight: Bob Newman
Fortune's design director talks about sublimating his ego, hop-scotching the print landscape, and the interchangability of art directors and editors.

Design Spotlight: Roger Black
The legendary Roger Black talks about the impetus for redesigns, retaining design equity, the Bonnie Fuller-ization of celebrity tabloids, and video games

Design Spotlight: Emily Crawford
Travel + Leisure's design director talks about the advantages of working in a start-up, New York magazine culture and meritocracy in the industry

Design Spotlight: Edward Leida
mediabistro's Greg Lindsay talks to Fairchild's group design director about redesigning W, developing Cookie, and the difference between a type guy and a type geek

So What Do You Do, Gerry Marzorati?
The New York Times Magazine editor on his (non)rivalry with ex-boss Adam Moss, the future of Sunday supplements, and why the Times needs a monthly luxury lifestyle mag.

So What Do You Do, Stefano Tonchi?
The New York Times' style editor on the creation of T, how to make the paper's style and culture writers play nice together, and why Fashion Week isn't what it used to be.

So What Do You Do, Brian Cazeneuve?
Sports Illustrated's Olympics guru on the Games, the threats, and why he hated Atlanta.

So What Do You Do, Bill Press?
The columnist and former Crossfire host on media failures, the need for polemicists, and why his new Bush-bashing book is the best in the genre.

So What Do You Do, David Brooks?
The New York Times op-ed columnist on his new book, his old one, and how badly liberals are treating their allegedly favorite conservative.

So What Do You Do, Mark Whitaker?
The Newsweek editor on why newsweeklies are needed now more than ever, what's really going on in Iraq, and how his magazine plans to exploit the cracks in the Bush Administration's media strategy.

Ellies 2008: Hey, How'd You Report An Award-Nominated Article, Peter Hessler?
In the running for a National Magazine Award, a journalist describes spending 100 days reporting in China for National Geographic.

10 Years: Hey, How'd You Reach The Design World's Pinnacle, Luke Hayman?
Our 10th anniversary design honoree explains how he jumped from the magazine world to the corporate one and back again.

10 Years: Hey, How'd Your Agency Change The Ad Industry, Scott Goodson?
Our 10th anniversary advertising honoree discusses opening his ubiquitous agency and his industry's paradigm shift.

Off the Ground: A Journo Logs Writing His First Book, Part IV
As he struggles to find a groove, this magazine writer offers tips on successful strategies for transitioning to books.

Off the Ground: A Journo Logs Writing His First Book, Part III
After taking an extended break for his wedding, our first-time author finds a magic bullet to aid his return to the grind.

Off The Ground: A Journo Logs Writing His First Book, Part II
A magazine pro writing his first book struggles to rein in his article-writing impulses to yield manuscript-worthy work

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Manhattan Launched in Manhattan, or, The Six Degrees of Mediabistro.com - Posted September 10, 2008
Some of you with ultra sharp memories might recall a post we did last June about Manhattan a new addition to the luxury magazine market, conceived by the folks who are a... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Manhattan Launched in Manhattan, or, The Six Degrees of Mediabistro.com - Posted September 10, 2008
Some of you with ultra sharp memories might recall a post we did last June about Manhattan a new addition to the luxury magazine market, conceived by the folks who are a... [FishbowlNY]

The Man Behind the Monocle - Posted December 20, 2007
It's time to check in on the health of almost-a-year-old Monocle, the newest magazine founded by young whippersnapper Tyler Brule (whose last name reads like a phone number in HTML code). ... [UnBeige]

Stephen Drucker, Editor of House Beautiful, Says His Shelter Mag Is Sturdy - Posted December 12, 2007
With the demise of both House & Garden and Blueprint announced in the last two months, we can't imagine any shelter pub is feeling tremend... [UnBeige]

Luke Hayman Divulges Pentagram's Wicca-like Traditions - Posted October 2, 2007
In preparation for Thursday night's Golden Boa Awards, mb.com tossed a few questions to the honorees, including design's resident boa-wearer, Luke Hayman. Greg Lindsay asks Hayman "How'd You Reach The Design World's P... [UnBeige]

Conde Nast Plays The CIT Card - Posted July 12, 2007
FishbowlNY contributing editor and self-proclaimed "aviation nut" Greg Lindsay reports from an odd Conde Nast party atop Rockefeller Center: I attended a party and panel discussion hosted by the Conde Nast Media Group and one of its most favored advertisers, the banking giant CIT Group. (No, n... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Conde Nast Plays The CIT Card - Posted July 12, 2007
FishbowlNY contributing editor and self-proclaimed "aviation nut" Greg Lindsay reports from an odd Conde Nast party atop Rockefeller Center: I attended a party and panel discussion hosted by the Conde Nast Media Group and one of its most favored advertisers, the banking giant CIT Group. (No, n... [FishbowlNY]

Rafat Ali: I Learned From Watching David Carr - Posted March 29, 2007
Rafat Ali, paidContent.org founder, on where he got his journalistic chops: One of the things I tell people is that at Inside.com, how I learned to report was actually from watching you [FishbowlNY contributor Greg Lindsay] and [now-New York Times media reporter] David Carr... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Rafat Ali: I Learned From Watching David Carr - Posted March 29, 2007
Rafat Ali, paidContent.org founder, on where he got his journalistic chops: One of the things I tell people is that at Inside.com, how I learned to report was actually from watching you [FishbowlNY contributor Greg Lindsay] and [now-New York Times media reporter] David Carr... [FishbowlNY]

Greg Lindsay Lands Book Deal - Posted February 27, 2007
It appears all those long, sweaty days spent globe-trotting in airports finally paid off: contributing FishbowlNY editor and freelancer du jour Greg Lindsay has finally landed a book deal. Via Publisher's Weekly: ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Greg Lindsay Lands Book Deal - Posted February 27, 2007
It appears all those long, sweaty days spent globe-trotting in airports finally paid off: contributing FishbowlNY editor and freelancer du jour Greg Lindsay has finally landed a book deal. Via Publisher's Weekly: ... [FishbowlNY]

Celeb Makeup Artist @ mb's Makeup Mixer: "No Phones Thrown at Me" - Posted February 23, 2007
Chase Aston, makeup artist to the stars, applies new products from event cosponsor The Body Shop's spring cosmetics line to model Masha. Photos by Jesse Wright It's taken us this long to work our way through all the sparkly cosmetics we were gifted by event sponsor The Body Shop after Wednesday evening's "Th... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Celeb Makeup Artist @ mb's Makeup Mixer: "No Phones Thrown at Me" - Posted February 23, 2007
Chase Aston, makeup artist to the stars, applies new products from event cosponsor The Body Shop's spring cosmetics line to model Masha. Photos by Jesse Wright It's taken us this long to work our way through all the sparkly cosmetics we were gifted by event sponsor The Body Shop after Wednesday evening's "Th... [FishbowlNY]

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