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The Future of Content: Takeaways from the Council of PR Firms 'Content Frenzy' Event - Posted October 29, 2013
Content is the future of public relations--but do we really want to enter such a "shitty business?" Content is the best way to reach the audiences our clients value most--but we can't follow the media industry "over the cliff" Our core competencies are in storytelling and ear... [FishbowlDC]

Forbes' Lewis D'Vorkin Tells Story of Publications' Digital Rebrand in New eBook - Posted October 18, 2013
Forbes' Chief Performance Officer Lewis D'Vorkin has written an eBook that tells the story of how Forbes rebuilt its Web presence after 2009 to stay relevant in a digital world. ... [PRNewser]

Forbes' Lewis D'Vorkin Tells Story of Publications' Digital Rebrand in New eBook - Posted October 18, 2013
Forbes' Chief Performance Officer Lewis D'Vorkin has written an eBook that tells the story of how Forbes rebuilt its Web presence after 2009 to stay relevant in a digital world. ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Jay Leno's Garage Powers ForbesLife Relaunch - Posted March 26, 2012
Luxury monthly insert ForbesLife is relaunching this week and is also being made available as a standalone publication on newsstands in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York for the purchase price of $6.99. Among the April 2012 rollout issue features is "Temple of Zoom," for which reporter ... [FishbowlLA]

Getting the Skinny on Forbes' Blog Plans - Posted June 9, 2011
Last night, FishbowlLA attended a swanky bash at Drai's in Hollywood thrown by Forbes magazine. In honor of the newest Celebrity 100 list and cover story "The New Celebrity Money Makers," the publication handed out fancy crystal trophies to several members of Tinseltown's entrepreneurial elite: ... [FishbowlLA]

Who's On The List? - Posted April 21, 2011
No, we don't mean the Time 100 list, though everyone's talking about that one too and there are indeed a number of media people on said list. But also out today is the Folio 40, the list of "some of the most distinguished magazine and media professionals from every corner" of the... [MediaJobsDaily]

Forbes.com Redesign Enters Next Stage - Posted January 25, 2011
The next stage of a rolling redesign of Forbes.com has been implemented, including a new homepage and redesigned channel pages for Business, Investing, Technology, Entrepreneurs, Op/Ed, Leadership, Life... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Forbes Media Chief Product Officer Lewis DVorkin Discusses AdVoice Paid Blogging Initiative - Posted September 27, 2010
Former True/Slant CEO Lewis DVorkin, who rejoined Forbes Media as chief product officer when ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Forbes To Open Site To 'Thousands' Of Unpaid Contributors - Posted June 15, 2010
Let's call it HuffFo: Under chief product officer Lewis Dvorkin, Forbes.com is opening up to thousands of unpaid contributors and paid editors will become curators, not creators, of content. TechCrunch's Paul Carr calls it "a death of a thousand hacks." Forbes' David Ewa... [MediaJobsDaily]

Is Steve Rubel the Future of Forbes? - Posted June 15, 2010
The Edelman Digital executive and well-known blogger turned life-streamer is certainly a part of it, after the publication said in an editorial meeting yesterday that it would add, "thousands of outside contributors." Rubel writes a ... [FishbowlDC]

Forbes Buys True/Slant, Contributors Left Out? - Posted May 25, 2010
Forbes has purchased journalism platform True/Slant with "the intention of revamping much of Forbes's approach to content," Folio: reports. The acquisition is not surprising, say multiple sources, as True/Slant founder Lewis Dvorkin and Forbes have a strong established relationship. Dvorkin was editor of the magazin... [MediaJobsDaily]

Forbes Acquires True/Slant - Posted May 25, 2010
It looks like all the rumors were true. Forbes Media has acquired digital news site True/Slant. Forbes was already an investor in the site. Founder Lewis Dvorkin ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Forbes Aquires True/Slant - Posted May 25, 2010
The little blog that actually pays writers a little - True/Slant is becoming a part of a bigger media thingy. Two-thirds of our editorial staff here at FBLA have True/Slant pages and we have no idea what this means. Founder and CEO of True/Slant, Lewis Dvorkin ... [FishbowlLA]

True/Slant Gets First Ad/Slants - Posted December 9, 2009
We reported on True/Slant back when it was in beta and ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Q&A With True/Slant Founder Lewis Dvorkin: Debunking That Sponsorship Thing, Sorta - Posted June 9, 2009
Back in April, the media world was a-tizzy about True/Slant, a site launched by Lewis Dvorkin that promised to change the online media world. Basically, Dvorkin, a former AOL exec, former Forbes executive editor and former ed... [MediaJobsDaily]

Mediabistro Blog-Family Roundup - Posted June 9, 2009
Jean-Luc Godard may adapt holocaust book- GalleyCat Internet advertising numbers not promising- ... [FishbowlLA]

New Online Journalism Venture Tests Crazy New Business Model - Posted April 9, 2009
The website True/Slant has launched today in "open alpha" mode, and while it's not promising to save journalism, it's got a pretty optimistic outlook on what it will do. The brainchild of Lewis DVorkin, formerly an AOL exec, executive editor at Forbes, and an editor at the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and... [MediaJobsDaily]