Well, that was fast. After a lot of huffing and puffing last month over FCC regulations it took the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission about thismuch time to approve Cablevision Systems Corp.’s $650-million bid to buy Newsday. That said, according to Newsday the approval was no real surprise “the Bush administration has not considered such acquisitions a threat to competition.” (Which sort of begs the question, does the Bush administration find anything a threat to competition in this country). No word yet on when the deal might officially close.
Palgrave Macmillan is looking for a Editor. next job A Massive Name in Lifestyle Media is looking for a Director of Content Marketing Strategy. next job The New York State Society of CPAs is looking for a Copywriter. next job Advertising Age is looking for a Art Director. next job Scout Media is looking for a Sports writer. next job Nine West Group is looking for a Database Marketing Manager, White Plains NY. next job mediabistro.com is looking for a Web Developer. next job Emerald Expositions is looking for a Associate Editor-Contract Magazine. next job Law360 is looking for a Senior Insurance Reporter. next job Columbia Magazine is looking for a Editor-in-Chief. see all
Starting September 4, learn how to get your work in top publications! You'll learn how to create captivating stories editors will want and readers will love, understand which magazines are right for your stories, craft compelling pitch letters, and more! You'll leave this class with two polished articles and corresponding pitch letters. Register now!