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Mediabistro Reports On Jobs|The City’s Dirtiest Media Cafeterias|Boston Globe Publisher Gets $1.4M|Playboy Replaces Photo Editor|Times Seeks Private School Reporter|The Magazine Revolution Is Near

MediaJobsDaily: Mediabistro.com’s first ever jobs report finds that there are more companies hiring for fewer positions on the site’s job boards in 2009.

DailyFinance: What are the dirtiest media cafeterias in New York? Reuters, MSNBC and Hearst have racked up the most points for city health department violations, according to this quick survey.

Boston Business Journal: Former Boston Globe publisher P. Steven Ainsley stands to earn $1.4 million as part of his separation from The New York Times Co. at the end of last year.

Chicago Business: Playboy has named a new photo editor, replacing 40-year veteran Gary Cole.

Gawker: The New York Times is seeking a reporter to cover the private school beat.

Folio: The revolution in magazines will come this summer.

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