The Nation Magazine switches to monthly publication

The Nation Magazine, published since 1865 will switch to a monthly publication in January. Until now, the magazine has been published every other week. The monthly magazine will feature 84 pages instead of the current 48 pages. The Nation’s editor D.D. Guttenplan said: “Unlike almost all of our competitors, The Nation has never made a […]

Navasky, leader of The Nation magazine, dies at 90

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times’ Joseph Berger: Victor S. Navasky, a witty and contrarian journalist who for 27 years as either editor or publisher commanded the long-running left-leaning magazine The Nation, and who also wrote the book “Naming Names,” a breakthrough chronicle of the Hollywood blacklisting era, died on […]

The Nation appoints Lehmann D.C. bureau chief

The Nation has tapped Chris Lehmann to serve as D.C. bureau chief to cover politics and the political economy. Lehmann has contributed to The Nation since 2008, and is a contributing editor at The Baffler and The New Republic. He was the former editor of both The Baffler and The New Republic and served as […]

The Nation welcomes back Heer as national affairs correspondent

The Nation has tapped Jeet Heer as a national affairs correspondent. Heer has released the first two episodes of “The Time of Monsters” podcast, featuring a mix of political culture and cultural politics. The podcast previously ran on Heer’s Substack alongside his writing. It will now run under The Nation, airing every Wednesday. Heer will […]

More Perfect Union hires Chávez as political reporter

More Perfect Union, an advocacy journalism organization, has tapped Aída Chávez as a political reporter. Recently, she worked as a D.C. correspondent at The Nation. Previously, Chávez served as a congressional reporter at The Intercept and has also written for The Washington Post, The Hill and Refinery29. Chávez graduated from Arizona State University.

NY Times Opinion adds two staff members

The following excerpt announcement was sent out by The New York Times: Sara Chodosh will be joining Opinion graphics as a graphics editor. Her first day will be October 25. As is typical for new Opinion graphics hires, Sara will join the newsroom graphics team for some training before coming to Opinion. Sara comes to […]

NY Times hires Salazar as a fact checker for The Book Review

Miguel Salazar will be joining The New York Times’s The Book Review as a fact checker. He comes from The Nation where he was a research director running the fact-checking department and internship program. Before that, he was a reporter researcher fact checking for The New Republic. He has also worked as a freelance fact […]

The Nation launches fund for independent journalism

The Nation has announced the launch of The Nation Fund for Independent Journalism, a new nonprofit organization that marks sustained commitment to the excellence and future of independent journalism. The fund will expand on The Nation’s dedication to fostering and mentoring early-career journalists while also developing rigorous educational programs to train the next generation of […]

Reuters to provide free climate coverage ahead of Earth Day

As Earth Day approaches, Reuters will be providing free climate change news coverage across text, pictures, video and graphics to partners in the ‘Covering Climate Now’ initiative, which was co-founded by Columbia Journalism Review and the Nation. The climate initiative aims to strengthen the media’s focus on the climate crisis and includes more than 400 […]

Economics journalist Greider passes away

Reporter, editor and author, William Greider died on Wednesday at his home in Washington at the age of 83. Greider examined the United States, its politics and its position in the world through an economic lens for four decades for The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Nation and other media outlets, reports the New York […]