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Scientific American to Host Issue Release Reception - Posted September 7, 2011
Scientific American Publisher Bruce Brandfon and EIC Mariette DiChristina will host a special reception on Thursday, ... [FishbowlDC]

What Do Editors Want? - Posted October 12, 2010
What do editors want? Folio: asked, and three editors answered. If you're curious what these magazine editors are looking for in new hires, read the story. We have the highlight reel below. Anthony Licata, editor in chief, Field & Stream: "It used to be that we were just looking for editors who could tell... [MediaJobsDaily]

Scientific American Editor Honored - Posted January 8, 2010
Scientific American's first-ever female editor-in-chief, Mariette DiChristina, will be honored tonight by the National Organization of Italian American Women. The group... [Fishbowl NY]

Scientific American Editor Honored - Posted January 8, 2010
Scientific American's first-ever female editor-in-chief, Mariette DiChristina, will be honored tonight by the National Organization of Italian American Women. The group... [FishbowlNY]

FishbowlNY's 2009 Lists: The Year's Biggest Moves In Media - Posted December 21, 2009
This year -- full of flux and uncertainty about where the media is heading -- has resulted in a vast number of job changes and departures across all matter of media companies and publications. In almost every field of journalism, big names have either been fired, promoted, retired, or simply moved... [Fishbowl NY]

FishbowlNY's 2009 Lists: The Year's Biggest Moves In Media - Posted December 21, 2009
This year -- full of flux and uncertainty about where the media is heading -- has resulted in a vast number of job changes and departures across all matter of media companies and publications. In almost every field of journalism, big names have either been fired, promoted, retired, or simply moved... [FishbowlNY]

Scientific American Names First Female Editor-in-Chief - Posted December 3, 2009
Longtime science journalist Mariette DiChristina has been named the first female editor-in-chief of Scientific American in the magazine's 164-year history. DiChristina,... [Fishbowl NY]

Scientific American Names First Female Editor-in-Chief - Posted December 3, 2009
Longtime science journalist Mariette DiChristina has been named the first female editor-in-chief of Scientific American in the magazine's 164-year history. DiChristina,... [FishbowlNY]

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