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The Hunt is on for New LA Times Books Editor - Posted May 8, 2012
We told you yesterday about legendary Los Angeles Times books editor Jon Thurber ... [GalleyCat]

The Hunt is on for New LA Times Books Editor - Posted May 8, 2012
We told you yesterday about legendary Los Angeles Times books editor Jon Thurber ... [FishbowlLA]

Headline Typo Sneaks Past LAT Copy Desk - Posted November 16, 2011
Oops. Kevin Roderick caught this typo on the Los Angeles Times website Tuesday. Hey, it happens. [H/T ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Observed's 3rd Annual Rooftop Party - Posted August 30, 2010
The rooftop patio of the Formosa was packed Friday night with scribes, all brought together by Kevin Roderick of LA Observed. FBLA editors Pandora Young and ... [FishbowlLA]

Should the NYT Shutter the Style Section to Save Costs? - Posted January 30, 2009
LA Observed is reporting that the already beleaguered L.A. Times, amidst rumors of further layoffs, has decided... [Fishbowl NY]

Should the NYT Shutter the Style Section to Save Costs? - Posted January 30, 2009
LA Observed is reporting that the already beleaguered L.A. Times, amidst rumors of further layoffs, has decided... [FishbowlNY]

LA Times Loses Two Top Reporters to ProPublica - Posted July 8, 2008
We're not sure if this is a case of following the money or just escaping the lack of it, but LA Observed is reporting that two of the ... [Fishbowl NY]

LA Times Loses Two Top Reporters to ProPublica - Posted July 8, 2008
We're not sure if this is a case of following the money or just escaping the lack of it, but LA Observed is reporting that two of the ... [FishbowlNY]

Surprise! The CAA Death Star Really Does Look Like the Death Star - Posted January 14, 2008
W scores the media coup that the Los Angeles Times could not: A really good on-the-record peek, with lotsa photos, of the new Gensler-designed CAA headquarters here in LA. The article even uses the colloquial name for CAA's new building, the Death Star, a t... [UnBeige]

David Hiller to Kevin Roderick: Show Me the Money - Posted October 19, 2007
LA Times publisher David Hiller is trying to laugh off the LA Observed post about the lack of heavy bidding to be his lunch date , by posting on the LAT internal blog: My epal Kevin Roderick who plainly has a lot of time on his h... [FishbowlLA]

Mike Lacey, Diane Ljungaeus Defend LA Weekly, Jill Stewart Against LA Observed - Posted September 27, 2007
Village Voice honcho Mike Lacey writes LA Observed a letter to set things straight about the LA Weekly's cross town move, editors, ... [FishbowlLA]

C.P. Smith Outed as OC Register Buffoon - Posted August 8, 2007
LA Observed identifies the nose-picking editor at the OC Register as C.P. Smith, A1 editor. ... [FishbowlLA]

Kristin Gore's Second Novel Out in July - Posted June 24, 2007
Kristin Gore, daughter of Tipper and Al, gets the kitty-lick treatment from Deborah Solomon in the NYT. Solomon who, like so ma... [FishbowlLA]

Musical Chairs At The LAT - Posted May 30, 2007
Reporters and editors are rushing about as the music stops -- but at least 15 people who took the buyout and will be left without seats on Friday at the LAT. Metpro director Efrain Hernandez will become the L.A. Regions editor, while New Orleans-based reporter Ann Simmons will return to L.A. to... [FishbowlLA]

News You Don't Want To Miss: Tuesday Roundup - Posted May 1, 2007
Some interesting tidbits from our favorite local blogs: LA Observed: Newspaper circulation continues to plummet. Associated Press: News Corp. Bids $5 Billion for Dow Jones ... [FishbowlLA]

News You Don't Want To Miss: Tuesday Roundup - Posted April 24, 2007
Some interesting tidbits from our favorite local blogs: ERS: NBC Dateline producer to serve on the jury in the televised Phil Spector murder trial. LA Observed: Armenian G... [FishbowlLA]

Show Down on Spring Street: Andres Martinez Names News Room Meddlers at LA Times - Posted March 23, 2007
The newly departed LA Times editor Andres Martinez needs his own blog, but until that time, he's got LA Observed. He wrote an email about the lack of firm boundaries between news and editorial: ... [FishbowlLA]

Matt Coker Leaves The OC Weekly. Heads North. - Posted March 22, 2007
Yet another longtime OC Weekly staffer is moving out. Per LA Observed: "After 11 years at this damn fine paper, I am heading north to become the editor of the Sacramento News & Review. I want to make it clear that my departure has not... [FishbowlLA]

Andres Martinez, Kelly Mullens, Brian Grazer: Three's Company - Posted March 21, 2007
FBLA thinks this is almost too good to be true: Andres Martinez, the Op-Ed Editor at the LA Times has been dating Kelly Mullens, who was an executive with Sitrick and Company. One of that firm's clients is Brian Grazer, the guest editor of this weekend's Current section. Former Sitri... [FishbowlLA]

Carbon Shift Blog Shifts from LA Times--Reappears in April - Posted March 19, 2007
No sooner had we posted about Carbon Shift and Seth Jacobson than the environmental news blog vanished from the LA Times site. LA Observed reports on the inner workings of the website: Blogger Seth Jacobson's affiliation with the ... [FishbowlLA]

Sundown on Sunset - Posted March 16, 2007
Maybe it's all that exposure from BrooWaha, but we've been hit with an inordinant number of MySpace friend requests. While we slog through those this weekend, the rest of you can enjoy a few tasty news nug... [FishbowlLA]

LAT To Give Three Columnists the Axe - Posted February 28, 2007
Erin Aubry Kaplan has been dumped by the LAT and says two more Op-Ed writers will follow -- though she doesn't know which ones. The writer, who started in 2005, tells LA Observed: "I have 4 more columns to go and that's it. Rather... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA EXCLUSIVE: LAT Investigations Editor's Departure Bittersweet - Posted February 13, 2007
Vernon Loeb, LAT local investigations editor, is leaving to return to the Philadephia Inquirer as metro editor. Loeb tells FBLA: "It's hard leaving the LA Times, and hard leaving LA. I couldn't pass up an opportnity to go to Philadelphia, work with Bill Marimow and show that locally owned newspapers can not... [FishbowlLA]

The AP Throws a Party in LA, FBLA Not Invited - Posted January 9, 2007
The Associated Press feted special correspondent Linda Deutsch on her 40 years with the gruel-and-grind outfit. We'd love tell you about all the war stories Deutsch shared -- and all the gentle ribbing dignitaries made about her various idiosyncrasies. But we can't. We weren't invited. LA Observed, who also was not invited,... [FishbowlLA]

Sundown on Sunset - Posted January 5, 2007
Some stuff we covered (maybe too much) and some stuff just got blown off our desks on these windswept days. Here's a roundup of newsy detritus. Reading is dangerous: LA Observed ... [FishbowlLA]

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