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The Editor Is Dead. Long Live The Editor Content Producer. - Posted November 19, 2010
So the co-founder and CEO of Babble.com (and co-founder of Nerve.com, incidentally), Rufus Griscom, has a few words about editors. "The glass half-empty view is that editors are obsole... [MediaJobsDaily]

On The Menu: Babble.com Founder Griscom Talks Parenting, and Making Content For Parents - Posted December 1, 2009
Babies and parenting took over the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu podcast this morning, as hosts Jason Boog of GalleyCat and AgencySpy's ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

On The Menu: Babble.com Founder Griscom Talks Parenting, and Making Content For Parents - Posted December 1, 2009
Babies and parenting took over the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu podcast this morning, as hosts Jason Boog of GalleyCat and AgencySpy's ... [FishbowlNY]

Former Onion CEO Joins Nerve.com - Posted April 23, 2009
Sean Mills, who joined The Onion in 2002 and eventually became president of the satirical paper, left to ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Former Onion CEO Joins Nerve.com - Posted April 23, 2009
Sean Mills, who joined The Onion in 2002 and eventually became president of the satirical paper, left to ... [FishbowlNY]

Babble.com Secures Financing, Splits from Nerve Media - Posted January 30, 2009
Hunter Walker Special to WebNewser Nerve Media has secured financing for their Babble.com parenting site from New York-based venture capital fund Village Ventures. As a result of... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Online Magazine Panel Sets New Standards For Conference Entertainment - Posted March 13, 2007
Let's be serious for a minute. Nah, on second thought, let's not. It's much more fun when panels at stuff like this aren't so damn serious. Example: "The Future of the Online Magazine" at SXSW. Even though only one of the panelists was from College Humor, that phrase easily describes... [UnBeige]

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