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Revolving Door: 'Town & Country,' Huffington Post, MarieClaire.com - Posted March 17, 2011
Here are this week's media highlights from Mediabistro's Revolving Door Newsletter: Stellene Volandes... [PRNewser]

After Downsizing, Huffington Post Media Group Staffs Up - Posted March 14, 2011
Just two business days after it was out with the old at AOL and Huffington Post Media Group, it was in with the new, as the division created by the ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Andrew Breitbart, Among Others, Now Writing for Huffington Post - Posted March 14, 2011
Huffington Post announced a bunch of huge hires today. First off, former LA Times features editor John Montorio is now HuffPo's new editor o... [FishbowlLA]

West Looking for Editors,Writers, Direction, Focus, Reason to Exist - Posted October 9, 2007
Readers of the mediabistro.com LA forum were wondering about the fate of West magazine. Lennie LaGuire, who's been consulting editor, is looking for a whole new staff, to replace those who left a while back. From the memo: The magazine has openings for... [FishbowlLA]

Breaking: Arthur and Monorio Share LAT ME Job - Posted July 24, 2007
The Los Angeles Times has announced that John Arthur, presently the paper's page one editor, has been named managing editor/news, and John Montorio, currently the paper's associate editor, has been named managing editor/features. Well, we were half right. ... [FishbowlLA]

Doug Frantz Leaves LA Times: "Done As Much As I Could Do" - Posted June 28, 2007
Doug Frantz says farewell to the LA Times. Franz, who took the managing editor job at the behest of his friend Dean Baquet, was supposed to fall on... [FishbowlLA]

LA Times Adds Mary Kaye Schilling to Calendar Weekend--Was Editor at Sassy - Posted December 27, 2006
John Montorio announced to the ranks of the LA Times that Mary Kaye Schilling, one-time former editor of Entertainment Weekly, is coming in as editor of Calendar Weekend in February. She's a former editor of Sassy, which makes her a... [FishbowlLA]

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