Media Moves

Bloomberg News reporter Heather Phillips leaves to join the San Jose Mercury News. Send news pertaining to legislative and regulatory issues affecting
telecom, TV and Internet industries to reporter Jonathan Cox at>Boston Globe arts editor Scott
Powers leaves. Ed Siegel, drama writer/critic-at-large is serving as interim arts editor. Food editor Louise Kennedy
begins a six-month leave to work on a book. Debbie Jacobs, Life at Home section editor, fills her shoes, and Wendy Fox, City Week editor, shifts to Life at Home editor. Fax
Jacobs at 617/929-2813. Email Fox at Company associate editor Gina Imperato becomes a content builder for Fast Company Live. She now books speakers and
shapes themes for Real Time and Talent Lab, two Fast Company conferences. Esack, previously with the Philadelphia Daily News, joins
the Philadelphia Inquirer as a general assignment reporter covering police, education, government, and lifestyle topics. <a
href=">Redbook associate editor Rose Martelli is named contributing editor. Editorial assistant Katie
Dykstra assumes writing and editing responsibilities for the Money page and the Saving Time page. She also covers travel. Mail queries to 224 West 57th Street, 6th floor, New
York, NY...J.P. Vicente leaves Reuters to join The Red Herring as senior writer, covering technology investing and writing a regular column on equity market
trends for tech stocks. May joins the San Jose Business Journal as a reporter covering healthcare, biotechnology and education.