Tagged: Wirecutter

Wirecutter seeks a web producer

Wirecutter is seeking a web producer to join our Production team, which executes the creation and maintenance of site content. Web producers package and publish Wirecutter reviews, blog posts, and other digital content, ensure...

NY Times fires Wirecutter section editor Marquis

The New York Times has fired an editor for Wirecutter, its popular product recommendation service, who was accused of leaving profane voice mails for a gun rights advocacy group, reports Jeremy Barr of The Washington Post....

Wirecutter union reaches deal on contract

The union that represents journalists at Wirecutter have reached an agreement on a contract after two years of negotiating. The agreement immediately increases salaries by an average of nearly $5,000 and sets a new...

Wirecutter staffer Heinonen set to depart

Chris Heinonen, senior staff writer at Wired, is leaving to join Apple. Heinonen has been with Wirecutter for over eight years, covering audio/video, tablets and other technology areas. He also runs Reference Home Theater,...

Gershgorn swaps Insider for Wirecutter

Dave Gershgorn, senior reporter covering Microsoft on Insider’s enterprise tech team, has left to join Wirecutter’s personal computer and networking team. He starts next week. Previously, he was a staff writer, OneZero at Medium,...

NY Times is putting Wirecutter behind a paywall

The New York Times is putting its consumer product and technology site Wirecutter behind a paywall costing $40 a year, reports Patience Haggin of The Wall Street Journal. Haggin reports, “At launch, readers will get...

Butcher departs Wirecutter for 1Password

Lucy Butcher will be joining 1Password as a senior technical writer in September. For the past 4 years, she was on Wirecutter’s web production team, where she has worked as a production assistant, web...

Editor Barribeau leaving Wirecutter

Tim Barribeau, an editor at The Wirecutter, is leaving at the end of the week. He had been at the shopping and tech website, owned by The New York Times, for more than nine...