Bell Media to acquire Outfront Media

The following excerpt was sent out from OUTFRONT Media and Bell Media announced last Thursday that they have entered into an agreement to sell the Canadian business of OUTFRONT Media to Bell Media, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BCE. The purchase price is C$410 million in cash, subject to certain adjustments and a holdback. The […]

LA Times names Ali news and culture critic

The Los Angeles Times has appointed Lorraine Ali to news and culture critic on the Fast Break Desk. Recently, she held the post of television critic. Ali joined the Times in November 2011 as a music editor. He then served as a senior writer. Previously, she worked for 10 years at Newsweek where she served […]

Chicago superstation WGN-TV station hires Vickery as traffic reporter

The following excerpt was sent out from Nexstar’s independent WGN-TV Ch. 9 in Chicago has hired Brhett Vickery as traffic reporter, beginning Dec. 11. She replaces Sarah Jindra, who is now co-host of the new WGN afternoon show, Spotlight Chicago. Before joining WGN, Vickery spent nearly three years as a reporter at WITI Milwaukee, first […]

Hearst in plans to buy Record-Journal Media Group

The following excerpt was sent out from Hearst Connecticut Media Group is negotiating a deal to acquire the RJ Media Group in Meriden, Conn. The deal, which could be reached before the end of this year, would add the Record-Journal and its group of publications to HCMG’s network of local news websites, newspapers and […]

Pittsburgh ABC TV station reporter Zilka to depart for family’s baking biz

Ashley Zilka, a reporter at ABC station WTAE-TV Ch. 4 in Pittsburgh, wrote on X/Twitter: “As a journalist, I have spent the past 14 years working at different stations across the country. From Cincinnati to Minneapolis, every city will hold a special place in my heart, but ending my news career in my hometown, specifically […]

NY Times makes Styles desk changes

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times: As the Styles desk evolves its coverage across a number of beats, including breaking news, parties and fashion, we are thrilled to announce new additions to the team and a well-deserved promotion.   Marie Solis returns to Styles as a staff editor after working […]

Courier-Post sports writer Friedman departs

Josh Friedman, a sports writer at The Courier-Post in South Jersey, wrote on X/Twitter: “WARNING: Sappy, personal news thread coming. Today is my last day with the Courier-Post and Gannett. This was my decision. I dreamed of being a sports writer since eighth grade, and I’ve spent the past 16 years living that out.” Friedman […]

Hobbs News-Sun seeks a general assignment reporter

The Hobbs News-Sun is seeking a talented, general assignment reporter — who can cover it all and appreciates community journalism — for our small, but active newsroom that covers five municipalities in New Mexico and two in Texas. The field is open to reporters in our newsroom. The News-Sun’s circulation is around 5,000, five days a week — both online and […]

Centerfield Media seeks a content writer (senior living & tech)

Content Writers (Long-Term / 20+ hrs per week / Remote) Are you an experienced content writer or journalist? Do you enjoy helping people understand complex topics like technology and Medicare with your stellar writing skills? If so, you might be a great fit for Centerfield Media! The right candidates will receive writing projects on a […]

The New York Times seeks a video journalist, Well

Video and Well are looking for a creative and ambitious video journalist to produce outstanding service and enterprise video journalism to help Times readers live healthier lives. The Well desk offers guidance on a range of topics including mental and physical health, family and relationships. Your work will include different types of video, including video […]