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Posts Tagged ‘Mark-Paul Gosselaar’

Time Out New York EIC Jumps to Break Media’s Made Man

On Break Media’s portal Made Man this week, there is currently everything from a Q&A with returning late night talk show host Arsenio Hall to “5 Ways to Beat a Drug Test.” The site is also home to comedian Paul F. Tompkins‘ weekly Monday video show Speakeasy.

Arriving to watch over all this and expand the editorial efforts as mademan.com EIC is Michael Martin. He was previously editor-in-chief of Time Out New York and, before that, an editorial director at nerve.com and babble.com. Overall, Break Media’s various male-oriented digital properties, including break.com, attract 85 million unique visitors per month.

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Personal Essay Writing: Master Class

Personal Essay Writing: Master ClassStarting October 21, work with the senior editor at Marie Claire magazine to polish and publish your essay! Whitney Joiner will help you to develop your voice, narrative, and identity, draft your pitch, and decide where to market your essay. Register now!

Playbill Celebrates 125 Years

john stamos gina gershon inside.jpgBroadway pub Playbill celebrated its 125th anniversary with style on Monday, hosting a star-studded gala at Bon Appetit Supper Club and Café.

John Stamos and Gina Gershon (right) introduced a performance by Allie Trimm of “Bye Bye Birdie,” (below) who performed “How Lovely to Be a Woman.” allie trimm singing.jpg

Bernadette Peters performed a few numbers, including “Fever,” while the crowd that included Lynn Redgrave, Michael McKean, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Justin Kirk, Cheyenne Jackson, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Anna Chlumsky dined on a an elegant dinner prepared by Chef Daniel Boulud.

Happy Birthday Playbill!

More photos after the jump

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New NYMag.com Feature Product Of New Media Deals

At last week’s Mediabistro Circus, Magnify.net CEO Steve Rosenbaum and NYMag.com GM Michael Silberman discussed the kind of multi-platform deals that media companies are seeking out in order to be competitive. In today’s digital world, many of these deals involve new media concepts like video integration.

Now you can check out the fruit of a deal between Rosenbaum and Silberman: NYMag.com’s video player. The videos on the Web site include original content produced by staffers at New York magazine and its Web site, as well as videos snagged from other sources that would be of interest to NYMag.com visitors, like a clip of Jimmy Fallon interviewing Mark-Paul Gosselaar in character as Zack Morris or Jason Jones‘ “Daily Show” piece about The New York Times.

Our favorites are Tim Murphy‘s man on the street videos. Check out his clip about the opening of High Line. It’s definitely not substandard.