Media Movers: Barron’s editor at large Andy Serwer

Is it OK to label Andy Serwer as American journalism royalty? After all, he spent decades at Fortune magazine writing about the likes of President Bill Clinton, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Starbucks magnate Howard Schultz and billionaire investor Warren Buffett. As a cub journalist, I watched  amazed as he deftly maneuvered between print, digital and […]

The Guardian names McClure New Zealand correspondent

Tess McClure has joined The Guardian as Aotearoa New Zealand correspondent. Most recently, she was a research associate at the Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics (INCITE) at Columbia University. Before that, she was deputy editor at Vice Media. She has also worked as a digital features producer at Radio New Zealand. Additionally, she […]

PBS Digital to show duPont-Columbia journalism awards

PBS’ digital venues will stream the duPont-Columbia journalism awards ceremony anchored by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and The Washington Post’s Michele Norris. The stream “will allow people to both watch the awards as they are broadcast, but also at any time,” says Steve Coll, dean of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism School, which presents the […]

Columbia University seeks Pulitzer Prize administrator

The Pulitzer Prize Board annually awards 22 prizes in journalism, arts, and letters. In addition, the Board provides study fellowships to young journalists and hosts seminars on Pulitzer Prize–winning journalism to broaden and deepen public understanding of journalistic excellence and its value to democracy and civic life. In this role, you will report to the […]