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Joe Donnelly Opts for Santa Barbara Journalism Initiative

UC Berkeley Master’s journalism grad Joe Donnelly has spent the bulk of his career working for instantly recognizable local outlets: the LA Times, LA Weekly and quarterly Slake. But now it’s time for something a little different in the form of a tremendous enterprise journalism opportunity.

Donnelly has been hired by the Santa Barbara Journalism Initiative to be the non-profit organization’s inaugural executive editor. From yesterday’s announcement:

“It became clear from our first conversations with Joe that he believed strongly in the collaborative opportunities the initiative could and should pursue with established area media outlets,” said Steven Ainsley, board chairman for the Santa Barbara Journalism Initiative. “This will be an important driver for everything the initiative hopes to accomplish and it was critical the editor understood this. Joe clearly endorses this approach.””

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Miller-McCune Taps The Atlantic For Its New Editor-in-Chief

Miller-McCune has tapped The Atlantic‘s managing editor Maria Streshinsky as its new editor-in-chief. Streshinsky oversaw a staff of 30 at The Atlantic, where she helped bring that magazine to profitability for the first time in…oh…a century or so. The hire comes just a few days after Miller-McCune named Steven Ainsley as its new publisher. The mag says it also plans to launch a redesign, to be completed in 2012.

Previously on Fishbowl LA: Miler-McCune Names New Publisher

Miler-McCune Names New Publisher

Former Boston Globe publisher Steven Ainsley has signed on to become Santa Barbara-based magazine Miller-McCune’s new publisher. Ainsley worked in Santa Barbara before from 1993-1999 as publisher of the Santa Barbara News-Press. He was also once named Santa Barbara’s “Humanitarian of the Year.” So he’s pretty much “the man” in that city. Should be a great help to the business end of a mag that’s only a few years old.

Press release after the jump:

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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.