Recent image purges at BuzzFeed and G/O Media serve as reminders of the challenges of creating a cultural legacy in a medium designed for disposability
BDG’s first attempt to relaunch Gawker was aborted in 2019, but a defamation suit filed by its editorial director, Carson Griffith, against The Daily Beast lives on
A last-minute contract negotiation cancellation by management on Monday sparked an outpouring from one of New York City’s oldest editorial guilds, even among “the longtime traditionalists”
A professional service for corporate clients is meant to help communications professionals — and the rest of us — think in bullet points and creative bolding
Details about what the new service is — or why they are creating it in the first place — are murky. Perhaps that’s the point.
Tethered to the whims of a tech behemoth, product recommendations are looking less like editorial and more like e-commerce marketing
Robert Kolker and his editor Raha Naddaf explain how The New York Times Magazine‘s longform sensation “Who’s the Bad Art Friend?” came to be
After two years of wondering, a writer learns why a staff position she had accepted was abruptly rescinded
To find the business logic behind Barry Diller’s IAC buying Meredith Corp., follow the e-commerce trail
Alyson Shontell is not only the first woman to edit the storied business title but also represents a generational changing of the guard.
A small army of underpaid editors is quietly lurking behind the scenes of the newsletter platform dedicated to ‘writer autonomy’
A divided WGAE Council meets next on October 7
Following the cue of podcasts and film adaptations, feature writers (and their editors!) are lately making more cameos in compelling longform yarns
The rap lyric site has been acquired in an $80 million fire sale, resulting in layoffs and worthless employee stock options