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Revolving Door: A New Food Magazine, Changes at 'Bridal Guide,' and More - Posted June 16, 2011
For those looking for another food outlet to pitch, news this morning is that famed pork chef David Chang, he of the delicious Momofuku restaurants, is launching a new quarterly magazine called Lucky Peach on June 22. Big names like ... [FishbowlDC]

Jonathan Gold, Ruth Reichl and Others on the State of Food Journalism - Posted May 25, 2011
Up until Jonathan Gold in 2007, no food critic had ever won the Pulitzer Prize. Now, thanks to Gold, Michael Pollan and the dawn of Yelp, food writing... [FishbowlLA]

Will the Real @RuthBourdain Stand Up? I Don't Think So. - Posted May 5, 2011
@RuthBourdain - or RuBo as, he/she is called - is the creation of an anonymous tweeter that combines the personalities - and avatars - of food writers and icons @ruthreichl and Anthony Bourdain (... [AllTwitter]

New Gig For Ruth Reichl - Posted September 30, 2010
It's been almost exactly one year since Gourmet magazine shut its doors, and left editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl unemployed. So her many fans should be pleased to hear that Reichl has taken a position with Random House as an editor-at-large, and has more books on the horizon. From the LA Times blog... [FishbowlLA]

The State Of Journalism Jobs Today: Crossdressing Required? - Posted June 8, 2010
Brian Ries, the food critic for Creative Loafing in Sarasota and Tampa, has been promoted to editor of the Sarasota edition. That's awesome. But. They're not filling Ries' food critic position. Ries is still going to be writing restaurant reviews, too. Problem: editors are much more visible than anonymous restaurant critics. "Soon, there will be plenty... [MediaJobsDaily]

Conde Nast's Most Drastic Cuts Yet - Posted March 25, 2009
After shuttering two magazines and laying off hundreds of employees, Conde Nast is finally preparing to make the biggest cuts of all. As FishBowlNY reported this mor... [MediaJobsDaily]