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Revolving Door Newsletter: 09.08.09
NYT, WSJ Plan Bay Area Editions; Observer Launches Mag

So What Do You Do, Roger Goodman?
The directing guru of ABC News—and the man behind all the pomp and pageantry of ABC's live specials—talks about his career and the ways in which he's remade television news.

So What Do You Do, Lloyd Grove?
New York's newest gossip on his career, his paper, and competing with "Page Six."

So What Do You Do, Josh Neuman?
The erstwhile philosopher now running Heeb magazine, the pub designed for snarky, hipster, young Jews, is trying to turn the thing into a viable business.

Q&A: Danny Wallace
The new book Join Me explains how a mild-mannered TV producer and freelance journalist accidentally became a cult leader.

So What Do You Do, Stephen Bromberg?
A former newspaper editor runs the Fox News Channel's fair and balanced website.

So What Do You Do, Josh Quittner?
The Business 2.0 editor on his career, his magazine, and life in San Francisco.

So What Do You Do, Geoff Lewis?
Folio:'s newest editor is pulling the magazine about magazines back to its core mission.

So What Do You Do, Cullen Murphy?
The Atlantic Monthly's editor on his job, his predecessor, and his side career in the funny pages.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Ken Auletta
The New Yorker's media writer comes out with a new book and talks to mb about the business, his articles, and learning to talk to the bosses.

So What Do You Do, Evan Smith?
The New York-born Texas Monthly editor on his career, his mag, and balancing the parochial with the national.

Q&A: Marion Ettlinger
The nation's leading photographer of authors releases her first collection, Author Photo and talks to mb about why she likes shooting writers.

So What Do You Do, Romesh Ratnesar?
A Time writer does his second tour in the mag's Baghdad bureau and talks to mb about his job there, his job in New York, and the intersection of the two.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Jon Fine
The Ad Age media reporter on the Rosie trial, the big stories, and whether the Manhattan media scene is problematically incestuous.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Cynthia Cotts
The Village Voice 'Press Clips' columnist on her paper, her column, and her alter ego.

So What Do You Do, Jim Kelly?
The top editor of Time magazine on running a newsmag and the burdens of the red border.

Q&A: Jim Clifton
The man behind the Gallup pollsters on his company, its history, and the importance of public-opinion polling.

Q&A: Jon Hein
The man who invented "jumping the shark" takes mb shark-hunting through the upcoming TV season—and through current events.

Q&A: Bob Kohn
The author of Journalistic Fraud on what's really gone wrong at The New York Times.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Matthew Rose
The Wall Street Journal's media reporter on how blogs change media coverage, whether he had the goods on Howell, and why he doesn't work for a financial publication.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Keith Kelly
The New York Post's scooperific media reporter talks to Jesse Oxfeld about his paper, his scoops, and how to coin a lasting nickname.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Howard Kurtz
Jesse Oxfeld talks to the prolific Washington Post media writer about his job, his critics, and what happens when Rick Bragg is suspended while you're off getting married.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Jack Shafer
Jesse Oxfeld talks to Slate's "Press Box" columnist about his job, the Times, and not moving with the pack.

Meet the (Meta)Press: David Shaw
The L.A. Times's Pultizer-winning media critic leaves his big series behind him and moves on to food and wine.

So What Do You Do, Keith Olbermann?
America's most peripatetic anchorman returns to MSNBC, this time—believe it or not—helming the cable network's marquee nightly newscast.

Meet the (Meta)Press: Michael Wolff
In the debut of a new mb feature examining people who cover the media, New York magazine's Michael Wolff talks about his column, his background, and how not to conduct an interview.

Q&A: Gideon Yago
MTV's bespectacled news correspondent on his trip to Kuwait, reporting on the American men and women serving there, and why they opened up to him.

Q&A with Sheryl WuDunn
The new New York Times cable channel debuts tonight, and Pulitzer-winning reporter Sheryl WuDunn will anchor its signature show, a nightly look at the next day's front page. She talked to about the network, her show, and whether her colleagues are making fun of her.

Q&A with Alex Berenson
In his new book, The Number, New York Times financial reporter Alex Berenson explains why the stock market fell apart.

Q&A with Eric Alterman
Alterman talks with Jesse Oxfeld about his new book and the fiction of a liberal media.

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New Media Blog Coming To The Market? - Posted March 26, 2009
Our sister publication, FishBowlNY, has an interesting update to our Dan Abrams story, with exclusive content from Abrams and his right-hand woman Rachel... [MediaJobsDaily]

Guy Branum Takes on Chelsea, Hillary and the Whole Clinton Machine - Posted February 12, 2008
TV writer/comic Guy Branum, writing in Slate, has a peach of a Clinton story. After writing a snarky column in the UCal paper: Scraping for something to say about the upcoming football game between Cal and Stan... [FishbowlLA]