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Another Editor Departs InStyle

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 18:00

Another top editor has departed Time Inc.’s InStyle.

Angela Matusik—who most recently served InStyle’s director of branded content strategy—is leaving the magazine.

“I’m sure many of you have heard about the restructuring at Time Inc., but I want to personally share my news with you,” wrote Matusik, in a post on LinkedIn. “After three exciting, fun and glitter-filled years at InStyle and, I will be leaving the stylish 9th floor of 225 Liberty on August 16th. I am so incredibly grateful to Ariel Foxman [who departed late last month] who gave me this opportunity, and who has been the best boss, leader and friend one could hope for.”

Matusik had been with InStyle since 2013. She previously served as executive editor of

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Paul Beckett Named New WSJ Washington Bureau Chief

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 16:20

The Wall Street Journal has named veteran Paul Beckett its new Washington bureau chief.

Beckett has been with the Journal since 1998, most recently as Asia bureau chief. He previously served as the paper’s India bureau chief.

“Paul is one of our most accomplished, dynamic and thoughtful journalists,” wrote Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker, in a memo. “In a career at Dow Jones that has been characterized by remarkable range as well as depth, Paul has established a reputation for unflappable sound judgment, penetrating intelligence, warm collegiality and an unrivaled talent with the karaoke mic.”

Beckett is succeeding Jerry Seib, who will take on the role of executive Washington editor and chief commentator early next year.

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Linked: Lance Wyman's Design Journals

Brand new - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 16:20
Unit Editions is following up their Lance Wyman monogram with what an excellent companion book that showcases Lance's "designlogs" that he kept between 1973 and 1982, filled with some amazing sketches, clippings, and notes. Currently on Kickstarter.... Armin
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Noted: New Logo for Geek Squad by Replace

Brand new - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 16:10
(Est. 1994) "Geek Squad is the first national 24-hour task force dedicated to relieving the world's tech stress. Comprised of highly skilled and specially trained computing Agents, home entertainment installers (GSIs), Autotechs and appliance repairers (GSRs), our 20,000 active Agents patrol technology online, on the... Armin
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Time Inc. Print Ad Revenue Declines, Digital Increases

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 16:10

The bad news for Time Inc.’s second quarter earnings: Print ad revenue dropped by 13 percent compared to last year and overall revenue was down one percent, to $769 million. The publisher also said it expects to sustain $35 million in restructuring costs as a result of its recent, massive reorganization.

The good news from Time Inc.’s report was that digital ad revenue jumped by a whopping 65 percent during 2Q. The acquisition of Viant—parent of Myspace—was the primary factor behind the huge increase. Still, even excluding Viant, digital ad revenue would’ve been up by 10 percent.

During a conference call with reporters, Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp said the company is doing its best to be nimble.

“In a world that is increasingly becoming mobile first and is dominated by Facebook and Google the pace of change is accelerating. There is a tremendous sense of urgency to our transformation work. We completed our spinoff just over two years ago and began our transformation journey.”

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Let the Rio Statue Panoramic TV Shots Begin!

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 15:45

For the next 17 days, across all NBC Sports platforms, it will be impossible to avoid looking at Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue. The Art Deco landmark towers above the Brazilian city and is a natural TV control room throw-to for intros, extros and more.

Ahead of the Summer Olympics, a pair of Reuters photographers – Kai Pfaffenbach and Wolfgang Rattray – put together a stunning gallery of statue shots, all taken at sunrise. At the NBC end, no doubt sunset will also be a favorite framing device.


On some of today’s international newspaper front pages, there are some clever uses of the statue imagery. Above is one from Brazil’s Metro chain that sums up the perspective for many citizens from ground level. The headline heralds the 31st summer Olympiad with a wink and a question mark.

For a more majestic use of Christ the Redeemer, there is the Austrian daily Neuu Vorarlberger Tageszeitung, below. About an hour ago, the Olympic torch was carried past the statue.


Images via:

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The Military Summons That Sparked Al Michaels’ Broadcast Career

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Facebook Changes Algorithm to Demote Clickbait Articles

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 15:03

Facebook continues to do whatever the hell it wants; publishers who depend on the traffic it provides be damned. In the latest twist to its News Feed algorithm, the company said clickbait articles—with headlines that “withhold or distort information”—would be seen less often by users.

We’ve all seen the headlines Facebook is describing: “The One Weird Trick to Make You Love Bread Fungus,” “He Watched Every Episode of 90210. You Won’t Believe What Happened Next” and so on. They were created and popularized by sites like Upworthy and BuzzFeed, and now thousands of sites use the same techniques. Facebook is hoping the changes to its algorithm rid your News Feed of these inane articles.

The problem for media outlets is they don’t know exactly what Facebook has deemed “wrong.” If an outlet that depends on Facebook traffic creates headlines that get flagged and demoted, that outlet is suddenly in a lot of trouble.

This is why hooking your media outlet wagon to Facebook is a bad business plan. Facebook execs can detach that connection whenever they want. And there’s nothing you can do about it except crash.

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NY Times to Use Texts as Part of Olympic Coverage

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 14:50

As part of its coverage of the 2016 Olympics, The New York Times is experimenting with storytelling via texts. Yes, good ol’ fashioned SMS.

For those interested, text “Rio” to 63937. This will sign you up for texts, gifs and photos from Times deputy sports editor Sam Manchester, who is in Rio covering the games.

In addition to the updates, Manchester will ask for feedback from readers. This is your chance to finally have someone explain the allure of canoe slalom.

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FishbowlNY Newsstand: Immigration Status

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 14:30

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Reviewed: Friday Likes 173: From 7D8, Eskimo, and Christopher Doyle & Co.

Brand new - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 13:11
More sans serifs than you can shake a stick at this week, with work from Salt Lake City, Saint-Petersburg, and Sydney.... Armin
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Liverpool Newspaper Revisits John Lennon ‘Jesus’ Comment

Unbeige - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 06:00

RevolverBeatlesConsistently ranked as one of the greatest albums of all time, the Beatles LP Revolver was released on this date in 1966. To mark the 50th anniversary, it seems only fitting to point a celebratory article published in the lads’ hometown daily, the Liverpool Echo.

Music writer Peter Guy runs down over a dozen highlights, including a controversial comment made by John Lennon. The observation was shared in March, 1966, during an interview with Maureen Cleave of the London Evening Standard, but the remark only blew up later, around Revolver’s Aug. 5 release:

It was only when Datebook, a U.S. teen magazine, quoted Lennon’s comments five months later that extensive protests broke out in the Southern United States, leading to some radio stations banning Beatles songs, their records publicly burned, threats were made – plus picketing by the Ku Klux Klan.

The Vatican issued a public denouncement of Lennon’s comments.

Lennon’s comment in full reads: “Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn’t argue about that; I’m right and I’ll be proved right. We’re more popular than Jesus now; I don’t know which will go first – rock and roll or Christianity.”

We hate to disagree with Lennon, but in 2016, it looks like Christianity has the clear edge. Meanwhile, tonight, at Liverpool tea house Leaf, a group of local musicians led by Roxanne de Bastion will deliver an acoustic performance of the entire Revolver song catalog.

Cover image courtesy: Capitol Records

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Pantone Studio App Released to Explore, Capture, Create and Share Color Inspiration - Fri, 08/05/2016 - 00:00

If you're into color and use an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, then the free version of Pantone Studio is a no brainer. If you're a pro, then you'll have to decide whether a yearly subscription is worth it; you can always give the free trial a spin before making a decision. And those of us not using iOS devices will just have to wait and see.

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The Military Summons That Sparked Al Michaels’ Broadcasting Career

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 21:45

 Virginia Sherwood/NBCIt’s been some time since faithful FishbowlNY reader Marty Chase saw Al Michaels in person. A couple of decades to be exact, when Michaels was honored in 1991 as Sportscaster of the Year by the Washington Journalism Review.

When Chase tunes into NBC’s coverage of the Summer Olympics from Rio and hears the voice of eminently qualified daytime host Michaels, he will think back to that D.C. event, as well as the time in 1977 he sat in with Michaels and Lon Simmons at Shea Stadium during a Giants-Mets game. Inevitably, Chase will also recall events in Honolulu from the previous decade.

As detailed in Michaels’ 2014 autobiography You Can’t Make This Up, Chase, then an active military reservist, was called away from his duties as play-by-play man for Triple-A minor league baseball team the Hawaii Islanders. From afar, Michaels was recruited to step in.

“At the Washington D.C. event, I somehow wound up at the head table, with several politicians and local luminaries,” Chase tells us. “I spoke with Michaels that night and we joked about having to pronounce all the Samoan and Hawaiian athlete names. Al of course nailed that. Yours truly stumbled a bit.”

As Michaels boarded a 1968 flight to Hawaii from Georgia, where he was working at the time for Chuck Barris, he gave himself a pep talk for a job that would quickly lead to a second one with an island TV station. Coincidentally, the person at the center of that internal dialogue is this year wrapping up their own mighty broadcasting career.

From the aforementioned autobiography, co-written with SI’s Jon Wertheim:

Just sound like Vin Scully. That’s what I told myself on the flight to Hawaii. I had heard Vin’s voice in my ears since I was six. The authority, warmth, knowledge, creativity and maybe most important of all, the rhythm.

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A Page From the Jonah Hill TMZ Playbook

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 20:30

There’s a very entertaining profile of Jonah Hill in this weekend’s New York Times Magazine. It was put together by Molly Young, who spent time with the actor at Susan Sarandon’s New York SpiN ping pong joint and a nearby lunch spot. Hill’s newest film War Dogs, opens Aug. 19.

At one point, the 32-year-old two-time Academy Award nominee succinctly and hilariously reminds what it’s like to be a celebrity in today’s viral, pay-for-embarrassing-play media world:

Once he was asked to audition for a part in a filmed musical adaptation, and he declined — because he can’t sing, but also because the long-shot possibility of his audition tape being leaked was too embarrassing to contemplate. This hypothetical struck him as even more embarrassing than a leaked sex tape, because after all, he said, “most human beings have had more practice at having sex than they have at singing.”

Speaking of Hill performances and media coverage, kudos to Young for also unearthing a telling quote about her profile subject from Cantor Yonah Kliger of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills.

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Cover Battle: Elle or Vanity Fair

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 19:37

Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round we have Elle taking on Vanity Fair.

Elle’s September issue features Cara Delevingne and seven exclamation points. Exciting!!!!!!!


Vanity Fair, meanwhile, has Alicia Vikander and only three exclamation points. Step up your game, VF.


So readers, which cover is better? You can vote, comment or do both.

Which Cover is Better, Elle or Vanity Fair?

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Fox News to Remain Terrible

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 18:45

Fear not, Fox News fans, even though Roger Ailes is no longer with the company, the network will continue to be as terrible as it has always been.

During an earnings call, 21st Century Fox executive chairman Lachlan Murdoch said Fox News has a “unique and important voice,” and that Rupert Murdoch—who is taking over for Ailes for now—will ensure that goes on.

As CNNMoney reports, Lachlan said his father “joins an existing team that is extraordinarily strong and equally devoted to its success.”

“There is no one more dedicated or more able to transition Fox News to new leadership than its founder,” added Lachlan.

This, dear readers, is what is known as shade. Ailes founded Fox News, not Rupert.

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WSJ Names Jerry Seib Exec Washington Editor, Chief Commentator

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 18:18

The Wall Street Journal has named Jerry Seib executive Washington editor and chief commentator.

Seib has been with the Journal since 1977. He most recently serving as Washington bureau chief, a role he has held for the past six years. Seib will transition to his new role in January of next year.

“In this new role Jerry will continue to write the Capital Journal column, as well as broader commentary on US foreign policy and international relations,” wrote Journal editor Gerard Baker, in a note to staffers. “He will contribute occasional news analyses, and help to write and extend the reach of the Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter. He will expand his role in our events and conferences business and in our video output. He will of course remain a fixture in the DC bureau and the broader paper, be a source of guidance and friendship, and become even more of a Living National Treasure.”

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From Fairchild Fashion Media to Santa Fe Public Radio

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 18:00

EllenBerkovitchPicThe long and winding journalism career of Ellen Berkovitch (pictured)  has included stints as a stringer in Paris and Milan for WWD, editor of the Fairchild Fashion Media publication Home Furnishings Daily and creator of the award-winning arts and culture podcast Adobe Airstream. This week, another colorful chapter has been added.

On Wednesday, Berkovitch began a new job as news director of Santa Fe public radio station KSFR 101.1 FM. From an item in the Santa Fe New Mexican:

After relocating to New Mexico in 1993, Berkovitch spent seven years as a freelance art critic for the Albuquerque Journal North, and then became a staff writer at The New Mexican’s Pasatiempo from 1999 to 2001.

In 2010, Berkovitch began podcasting, and in 2011 she studied documentary radio production at Duke Center for Documentary Studies online. In the past several years, as a freelance radio producer, she has served as a talk-show substitute host during the morning drive-time hour at KSFR. She has contributed stories to KSFR News,  Women’s Focus on KUNM and the Canadian Broadcasting Co.’s The Current.

The Medill School alum takes over for Zelie Pollon. And for anyone with an on-air radio background and hankering to join Berkovitch in beautiful Santa Fe, the station is currently looking for a morning drive-time host.

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Marissa Mayer Thinks Being Yahoo’s CEO is Harder Than Being President

Unbeige - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 17:02

Screen Shot 2016-08-04 at 10.57.10 AMIn an interview with Businessweek, Yahoo CEO (for now!) Marissa Mayer spoke about her tenure at Yahoo and the future of the company now that it’s being sold to Verizon. There’s some interesting items, but this particular exchange stuck out:

What’s it like to sell a company while you’re trying to do a turnaround at the same company?

There was a moment when someone said to me, ‘Wow, you might be the busiest person on the planet.’ In the Midwest, where I grew up, you shrug off a ­compliment like that and think a lot of people in the world are really busy, like President Obama. And then President Obama started posting YouTube videos for fun.


First of all, whatever Mayer is referring to here, it likely wasn’t actually Obama. He has staff who do that for him. Because he’s the president. And he’s busy. Busier than a corporate executive who can’t stop her company from hemorrhaging money.

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Linked: Nationwide is on your...

Brand new - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 16:27
Nationwide may not have the best logo and identity but they have one of the most recognizable jingle/mnemonics and they are building on that brand recognition for a new series of TV ads.... Armin
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