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Jason Boog

Jason Boog is the editor of GalleyCat and managing editor of AppNewser. His writing has appeared at The Believer, NPR Books, The Los Angeles Review of Books and Peace Corps Writers. Click here to email. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

Gracie Awards Attendees Offer Cogent Career Advice

The Gracie Awards were held last night in Los Angeles, celebrating “outstanding programming for, by and about women.”

We caught up with a few media personalities on the red carpet, getting some career advice from the pros. Shaun Robinson took the Outstanding Host award last night for her work on Access Hollywood, but she shared some general advice about breaking out in the business:

“Today there are so many different media outlets for people to get started. When I was coming up in the business, you had like four stations that you could send your resume tapes to. Now there’s so many outlets, you can start own show and then send those links out to different executive producers and let them see your work. It’s a new day today, it’s about creating your own show. You can have your own show, like that. It wasn’t like that when I was first coming up in the business.”

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App Advice from Time.com’s General Manager

At Mediabistro’s Publishing App Expo, we interviewed Craig Ettinger, the general manager at Time.com.

In the video clip embedded above, he shared tips for publishers looking to put their content on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.

Here’s more about his career: “Ettinger was named General Manager for TIME.com in October 2010, overseeing site strategy, business development and product development, including all mobile initiatives. Ettinger previously worked as V.P. of Marketing & Operations for TIME.com. He joined TIME’s finance team in 1999. Before joining TIME, Ettinger worked at Salomon Smith Barney focusing on media and telecommunications.”

2011 National Magazine Awards for Digital Media

We live-blogged the National Magazine Awards for Digital Media in New York City this afternoon.

The ceremony has concluded, but the complete list of winners follows below…

1:20 p.m. Epicurious has won the general excellence digital media, service and lifestyle award. Tablet Magazine has won the blogging award.

1:30 p.m.Life.com has won the photography and digital media award. The New York Times Magazine has won the design, digital media award.

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