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Revolving Door Newsletter: 12.09.11
BET Lands a Holmes Run; Facebook's Big Reorg

Revolving Door Newsletter: 03.08.11
Arianna Staffs Up HuffPo/AOL; Tina Brown's Newsweek Debuts

Revolving Door Newsletter: 09.14.10
NYT's Local Experiment; Hollywood Reporter Goes Weekly

How To Pitch: 5280
Catering to Denver denizens, this venerable monthly wants adventurous travel ideas, nightlife coverage and culture-centric features.

How To Pitch: Diverse: Issues In Higher Education
Admission into this minority-focused mag means pitching emerging trends in higher education.

How To Pitch: Village Voice
Nabbing a byline in this weekly pub means pitching offbeat culture stories with a humorous yet hard-hitting tone.

So What Do You Do, Jim Bankoff, CEO of Vox Media?
The man who turned SB Nation into one of the most successful digital media companies talks business models for the future.

So What Do You Do, Brandon Badger, Product Manager for Google Books?
eBook Summit keynote speaker and Google Books guru Brandon Badger addresses the controversial settlement and the evolution of digital publishing.

So What Do You Do, Bill Wilson, President of AOL Media?
As AOL prepares to spin off from Time Warner, MediaGlow content czar Bill Wilson shares his plans for rebranding the Internet company's image.

So What Do You Do, Joe Posnanski, Sports Illustrated Senior Writer?
Recently installed at SI full-time, this prolific sports writer, columnist and author talks about his new position and the future of the newspaper industry.

So What Do You Do, Vice Editor-in-Chief Jesse Pearson?
This candid EIC pumps content into the mag's Internet TV network, lauds ad/edit transparency, and reveals why Vice is growing despite the downturn.

So What Do You Do, Sewell Chan, New York Times City Room Bureau Chief?
The City Room bureau chief reveals the key to driving Web traffic, describes how Twitter helps him disseminate news and gain readers, and discusses the Times' foray into citizen journalism.

So What Do You Do, Heather Hartle, Co-Founder/Creative Director, 7x7?
This self-starter dishes on revamping her mag for the Web and how community focus keeps her business competitive.

So What Do You Do, Jay Woodruff, EIC, Maxim Digital?
The lad mag editor weighs in on working with Kent Brownridge, the advantages of playing off a print brand, and why he wants to be more like Jon Stewart.

So What Do You Do, Steve Proctor, S.F. Chronicle Deputy Managing Editor?
The longtime print reporter discusses the difficult industry climate, how the Web influences his front page, and what it takes to keep readers coming back.

So What Do You Do, Lisa Belkin, New York Times Blogger/Writer?
This parenting writer and radio host shares her insights on blogging, journalism in the new media world, and the quest for work/life balance.

So What Do You Do, Chris Keyes, Editor, Outside?
This magazine editor discusses the launch of Outside TV, his strategy for building a robust brand, and skiing with staffers before work.

So What Do You Do, David Willey, ASME President/EIC, Runner's World?
Ahead of this weekend's American Magazine Conference, the Rodale exec and ASME leader reveals how he's enticing a new generation of editors without 'boiling everything down to the brand.'

So What Do You Do, Gary Smith, Sports Illustrated Senior Writer?
The SI storyteller discusses his new 'best of' book and the luxuries and challenges of a four-stories-per-year contract.

So What Do You Do, David Zinczenko, Editor-in-Chief, Men's Health?
The EIC discusses balancing his media diet, launching mags, and whether fit is still the new rich.

So What Do You Do, Arianna Huffington?
Huff Po's founder discusses bringing the site local, not speaking to the choir, and the $200 million valuation.

10 Years: So What Do You Do, Jude Tallichet?
The creator of our 10th anniversary awards details the state of affairs in the art world today.

So What Do You Do, Paul Hoffman, Author, ASME-Winning Writer
Discover's former EIC discusses his new book, his toughest job, and the world's most dangerous game.

Ellies 2007: So What Do You Do, Moisés Naím, Editor, Foreign Policy?
The "unquestionable fact that Americans are more focused on foreign policy" now drives this three-time Ellie nominee.

Ellies 2007: So What Do You Do, Jay Stowe, Editor, Cincinnati?
An Ellie contender on his penchant for vinyl, the path to Cincinnati, and how print and the Web can coexist.

Pitches That Worked: Pregnancy
One pitch scored a new writer a byline and led to four more assignments. We break down her query and highlight what worked.

Hey, How'd You Build a Vibrant Digital Brand, Larry Burstein, Publisher, New York Media?
A publisher who's figured out the Web offers insights into making your investment pay off, with or without Lindsay Lohan.

Hey, How'd You Do Write That Investigative Biography, Steve Weinberg?
A working investigative reporter examines the history and legacy of one of the legends.

Hey, How'd You Blog Full-time and Write a Book, Will Leitch?
Find out how Will Leitch juggled full-time blogging for Gawker Media's Deadspin while writing his third book

Hey, How'd You Write That 15,000-Word Rolling Stone Article, Benjamin Wallace-Wells?
A Rolling Stone National Affairs scribe talks us through the writing of his massive drug policy opus.

Hey, How'd You Start a User-Generated Print Magazine, Paul Cloutier?
A magazine entrepreneur discusses his successful, sustainable model for launching print pubs.

Hey, How'd You Redesign BusinessWeek, Modernista?
The team behind BusinessWeek's recent redesign dish on how they got it right.

10 Years: Hey, How Do You Decide What We See in New York Each Week, Adam Moss?
Our 10th anniversary magazine honoree explains how he chooses what stories appear in the pages of his pub.

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The Best Mags On Twitter - Posted June 3, 2009
Paste magazine needs assurances that Twitter is more than just a waste of time, so its set about compiling top 10 lists of the best microbloggers out there. Yesterday, the magazine released its ... [Fishbowl NY]

The Best Mags On Twitter - Posted June 3, 2009
Paste magazine needs assurances that Twitter is more than just a waste of time, so its set about compiling top 10 lists of the best microbloggers out there. Yesterday, the magazine released its ... [FishbowlNY]

Morning Reading List, 01.13.09 - Posted January 13, 2009
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 01.12.09 - Posted January 12, 2009
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 12.29.08 - Posted December 29, 2008
Good morning, Washington. What DC museum is featured above? Think you know? Email us with your best guess. AND: Join us after the jump to find out if you guessed our last contest correctly. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 10.24.08 - Posted October 24, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 10.22.08 - Posted October 22, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlDC]

Zucker "Incredibly Comfortable" With Countdown - Posted September 16, 2008
FishbowlNY's Noah Davis writes about this morning's Conde Nast Portfolio-organized breakfast, in which NBC CEO ... [TVNewser]

will.i.am Set For Political Panel - Posted August 26, 2008
In a few minutes, a Huffington Post panel, featuring a diverse group ranging from ABC's George Stephanopoulos to will.i.am is set to begin. ... [TVNewser]

Playgirl Goes All Out....Online Only - Posted August 4, 2008
This is from our sibling blog Fishbowl NY. Noah Davis writes: Nicole Caldwell, Playgirl's editor-in-chief, just emailed confirmation that the magazine is indeed shuttering its pri... [FishbowlLA]

Ellies '08: Snapshots and Snippets - Posted May 2, 2008
Smartest guy in the room or no, Wired EIC Chris Anderson's marshmallow issues have Julia Allison dismayed Between our hand-numbing live blog and other Ellie-related reports,... [Fishbowl NY]

Ellies '08: Snapshots and Snippets - Posted May 2, 2008
Smartest guy in the room or no, Wired EIC Chris Anderson's marshmallow issues have Julia Allison dismayed Between our hand-numbing live blog and other Ellie-related reports,... [FishbowlNY]

Meet Your New/Less-New FishbowlNY Bloggers/ Talk To Us! - Posted April 17, 2008
We've got new (and un-new) blogger-fishies in this 'bowl, making it high time introductions were made so you can start tipping them like there's no tomorrow. Also, we're now open for your comments. So much to discuss! First, please join us in welcoming Glynnis MacNicol to the fold. Our newest FBNY co-edito... [Fishbowl NY]

Meet Your New/Less-New FishbowlNY Bloggers/ Talk To Us! - Posted April 17, 2008
We've got new (and un-new) blogger-fishies in this 'bowl, making it high time introductions were made so you can start tipping them like there's no tomorrow. Also, we're now open for your comments. So much to discuss! First, please join us in welcoming Glynnis MacNicol to the fold. Our newest FBNY co-edito... [FishbowlNY]

Well, I See By the Clock on the Wall... - Posted September 12, 2007
Routine is a funny thing, especially on a professional level. It forces you to get up early every morning, perform a specific set of work-related tricks until the day is done, and then it's time to get up early the next day and repeat the same process. For two years, routine... [GalleyCat]

Tiffany Loves Her Dirty Rice, Tells World: My Favorite Weekend Jumps Shark, Falls, Can't Get Up, Festers and Dies - Posted May 31, 2007
Sandra Tsing Loh proclaims the official end to My Favorite Weekend in the LAT. Today's celebrity, songstress Tiffany, confided to a breathlessly waiting public that: The dirty rice at ... [FishbowlLA]

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