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T Magazine Adds Three Editors, Two Critics

TMagazineBenedictCumberbatchArti Patel, associate editor of media industry newsletter MinOnline, had the scoop earlier this week on a number of hires at T magazine:

  • Emily Stokes has joined T as senior features editor. She was formerly the co-editor of Harper’s magazine’s “Readings” section.
  • Minju Pak is assistant managing editor, after stints with the Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter and Departures.
  • Tom Delavan is the new design editor. He was previously creative director for Gilt Home and editor-at-large at Domino magazine.
  • Jody Rosen and Andrew O’Hagan have come on board as critics-at-large. Rosen has worked as a senior critic for Rolling Stone and contributed to New York magazine, Slate and The Nation, while Hagan, a Scottish-born novelist, began his journalism career at the London Review of Books.

[Pictured: Men's Fashion Spring 2014 issue]

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New York Declares Taylor Swift ‘The Biggest Pop Star in The World’

New York’s latest issue proclaims that Taylor Swift is “the biggest pop star in the world.” Jody Rosen, the magazine’s pop critic, penned the cover story, and he certainly makes a good argument for the love loving Swift.

Is Swift really “bigger” than BeyBey? Or her lesser half, Jay Z? What about Katy Perry?

FishbowlNY will withhold any commentary on New York’s bold announcement until we read/experience Kanye West’s irrationally angry reaction.

Jody Rosen Joins New York as Pop Critic

Jody Rosen has been named New York’s pop critic. Rosen’s work has appeared in a variety of publications, such as Entertainment Weekly and The New Yorker. He was also previously a senior critic at Rolling Stone and the music critic for Slate.

“Jody is a sharp critic and beautiful, lucid writer with broad tastes, unerring radar and a knack for finding big ideas between pop’s niches,” said Adam Moss, editor-in-chief of New York, in a statement. “We’re excited to have him.”

Rosen — who starts June 1 — is taking the pop critic spot from Nitsuh Abebe, who is now a general culture and features writer for the magazine.

All Their Unaccredited Excerpts Live In Texas

slate_logo.jpgJody Rosen writes a piece in Slate about his uncovering a plagiarist at the Montgomery County Bulletin.

But perhaps the Bulletin is merely on-trend-or even ahead of its time. The Drudge Report, the Huffington Post, and Real Clear Politics have made names and money by sifting through RSS feeds; Tina Brown and Barry Diller are preparing the launch of their own news aggregator. Mike Ladyman and company may simply be bringing guerilla-style 21st-century content aggregation to 20th-century print media: publishing the Napster of newspapers.

Yeah and Margaret B. Jones is the new kind of gangster…