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Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week

Here’s a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week.

  1. Gizmodo Bans its Own Editor for Insulting Commenters, January 25
  2. Stacy London (left) to Produce New Fashion Series on TLC, January 24
  3. Newsweek‘s New iPad App is Worth a Look, January 23
  4. Women’s Day Names Editor-in-Chief, January 23
  5. Changes at WCBS: Carolyn Gusoff Joins Long Island Bureau; Katie McGee Moves to Nights, January 24 
  6. News Corp to Train Wall Street Journal Reporters to Film Videos on Their iPhones, January 24
  7. WNYW Anchor Greg Kelly, Son of NYPD Commissioner, Accused of Rape, January 26

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Jennifer Rainey Marquez Joins Parade as Senior Editor

Jennifer Rainey Marquez has been hired by Parade as senior editor. Marquez is responsible for managing for all health and medical coverage.

Marquez comes to Parade from O: The Oprah Magazine, where she was senior health editor in charge of conceiving and editing all health coverage. Prior to that, she was senior health editor for Women’s Health and Woman’s Day. She began her career as an editorial assistant at Mademoiselle.   

“Jennifer comes to us with an impressive wealth of experience in the field, along with an innate interest in the health issues that are most relevant to our 70 million weekly readers, ” says editorial director Maggie Murphy.  “We’re thrilled to have her on board.”

Marquez is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia.