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Talk to Recruiters at Mediabistro’s San Francisco Networking Party

Network-San-Fran-WPFor a chance to meet and chat about career opportunities with media company recruiters, head to Mediabistro’s networking party tomorrow, Dec. 16 at Harlot (46 Minna Street). From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. PT, you can discuss openings with recruiters from organizations such as XO Group, parent company of sites The Knot, The Nest and The Bump. With content that focuses on visually rich subject matter, it only makes sense the organization is on the lookout for photo researchers and a photo editor to join their team.

The event is hosted by Camille Schmidt of Camille Schmidt Public Relations.

To register for this free event and to check out the full listing of employers in attendance, go here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Mediabistro Course

Copy Editing: Intro

Copy Editing: IntroStarting January 6, learn basic copy editing skills using the AP Stylebook! In this course, you'll learn how to use dictionaries and online reference tools to edit work, ask the right questions to clarify convoluted copy, prepare for a copy editing test, and tailor your resume to find more work as a copy editor. Register now!

Pinterest Pins Fully Occupied San Francisco Building

The current Bay Area tech-company office boom appears set to squeeze yet another swath of San Francisco citizens.

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Per a report in the Chronicle, Pinterest – which moved into the city in 2012 – has set its sights on larger digs in the Showplace Square Design District. The four-story SFDC campus building is currently fully occupied:

Dozens of tenants in the San Francisco Design Center building at 2 Henry Adams St. face likely eviction if the landlord is successful in obtaining the approvals needed to convert the 311,000-square-foot building into Pinterest’s headquarters.

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Modern Luxury Names Paul Reulbach Publisher of San Francisco

Modern Luxury has named Paul Reulbach publisher of San Francisco magazine. Reulbach most recently served as publisher of Boston magazine. He had served as publisher since 2009.

“Paul’s background leading publications in times of growth is exactly what we need in San Francisco,” said Michael Dickey, president of Modern Luxury, in a statement. “I am confident his experience will contribute greatly to the success of the magazine.”

Reulbach’s appointment is effective immediately.

WSJ Reveals Plagiarism

journal logo 2.pngThe Wall Street Journal posted a notice to readers yesterday revealing that a November 10 “New Global Indian” online column by freelance writer Mona Sarika had “been found to contain information that was plagiarized from several publications, including the Washington Post, Little India, India Today and San Francisco magazine.”

Further:

“In the column, ‘Homeward Bound,’ about H-1B visa holders returning to India, Ms. Sarika also re-used direct quotes from other publications, without attribution, and changed the original speakers’ names to individuals who appear to be fabricated.”

The Journal has taken down the article, which was Sarika’s only story for the paper. Sarika blogged on The Huffington Post about India, Pakistan and Iran over the summer, and wrote this article for Foreign Policy in October. Her HuffPo bio says she’s a graduate student from India living in New York.

Earlier: Wall Steet Journal Expands To India

San Francisco, We’ve Got You Covered

baynewser_100x100.gifOur Fishbowl blogs have New York, DC and LA covered, but until now we have neglected that important city by the bay. But, never fear San Francisco, BayNewser joined our blog family today with bloggers E.B. Boyd and Jason Turbow promising to cover “all things media in the Bay Area.”

They’ve already gotten off to a good start with coverage about the massive layoffs at the San Francisco Chronicle, an interview with the creator of CNN’s breaking news feed and coverage of the What Comes After Newspapers? panel.

Welcome to the fold, BayNewser! We can’t wait to follow your coverage about your hometown media giants, Google and Twitter, and we’re sure to get some Facebook updates, too. Looks like you’re going to be busy.