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Revolving Door Newsletter: 10.08.13
Philadelphia Inquirer Editor is Fired; EIC of the New York Post Returns

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Michael Rooney Departs Dow Jones, Trevor Fellows Joins as Head of Global Ad Sales - Posted October 7, 2013
Michael Rooney, chief revenue officer of Dow Jones since 2007, is leaving the company. According to a memo from Lex Fenwick, Dow Jones' CEO and publisher of The Wall Street... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Michael Rooney Departs Dow Jones, Trevor Fellows Joins as Head of Global Ad Sales - Posted October 7, 2013
Michael Rooney, chief revenue officer of Dow Jones since 2007, is leaving the company. According to a memo from Lex Fenwick, Dow Jones' CEO and publisher of The Wall Street... [FishbowlNY]

WSJ Names Nina Lawrence VP Marketing, Advertising Sales - Posted October 5, 2012
Nina Lawrence has been named vice president of global marketing, advertising sales, for The Wall Street Journal. Lawrence most recently served as W's vice preside... [morningmedianewsfeed]

WSJ Names Nina Lawrence VP Marketing, Advertising Sales - Posted October 5, 2012
Nina Lawrence has been named vice president of global marketing, advertising sales, for The Wall Street Journal. Lawrence most recently served as W's vice preside... [FishbowlNY]

The Wall Street Journal's 'Greater New York' Gets Mixed Reviews - Posted June 14, 2011
About a year ago The Wall Street Journal launched its "Greater New York" section as a way to compete for local readers and ad dollars with The New York Times. According to Ad Age it's failing at the former, but succeeding at the latter. The pap... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Wall Street Journal's 'Greater New York' Gets Mixed Reviews - Posted June 14, 2011
About a year ago The Wall Street Journal launched its "Greater New York" section as a way to compete for local readers and ad dollars with The New York Times. According to Ad Age it's failing at the former, but succeeding at the latter. The pap... [FishbowlNY]

Dow Jones Restructures With New Business Groups, Promotions And Departures - Posted January 25, 2010
Our sister blog MediaJobsDaily directs us to this internal memo sent to Dow Jones & Co. staff today from president ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Dow Jones Restructures With New Business Groups, Promotions And Departures - Posted January 25, 2010
Our sister blog MediaJobsDaily directs us to this internal memo sent to Dow Jones & Co. staff today from president ... [FishbowlNY]

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