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Media Moves

October 21st, 2002 by
National: Tom Jarriel, correspondent for "20/20," retires after 38 years. No replacement has been named. For more information, call 212/456-7777 ... Henry Goldblatt, former senior editor at Fortune, makes the jump from financials to entertainment, joining Entertainment Weekly as assistant managing editor. Call 212/522...

Media Moves

October 7th, 2002 by
National News: Seventeen Fashion Director Regia Teplistsky leaves. Mail all fashion press materials to Fashion Editor Gigi Solis Schanen at 1440 Broadway 13th Floor, New York, NY 10018. Deputy editor Timara Glenny leaves Seventeen to join YM as executive editor. Email at ...

Broadband Pub Relaunches

September 30th, 2002 by
PBI Media has re-launched Broadband Business News with a new name and more defined focus. The new Broadband Business Report (a sister publication of PR NEWS) is written for broadband executives in the telecom industry, and includes news analysis, case ...

Media Moves

September 23rd, 2002 by
National News: CNN promotes Jim LeMay, former Washington bureau manager for CNN Newsource, to the newly created position of deputy managing editor for CNN, overseeing editorial coverage. LeMay is based in the Atlanta headquarters, 404/827-1500. No replacement named for the ...

This Just In…

August 26th, 2002 by
The percentage of graduates from a college journalism or mass communications program who found full-time employment by the end of October 2001 was 12 points lower than in 2000, according to the University of Georgia's annual survey of journalism and mass comms graduates. ...

"Brava" for Page Society

August 26th, 2002 by
The Arthur Page Society finally elects its first female member to the Arthur W. Page Hall of Fame. Marilyn Laurie joins the ranks of Harold Burson, Dan Edelman and John Graham. Laurie is the former EVP of brand strategy for ...

This Just In…

August 12th, 2002 by
Burson-Marsteller has formed an Ethical and Social Responsibility practice in response to increased corporate scrutiny. The practice is led by Richard Aylard, Nick Bent and Louise Hawson in London; and John Clarke, Jordana Friedman and Julie Jack in New York. (...
There's no denying that corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become a buzz phrase in the PR industry of late. But behind the buzz are solid, dependable corporate tactics that any practitioner worth her weight will tell you have always been ...

Media Moves

August 5th, 2002 by
National News: Adam Rogers, Newsweek general editor for science and technology, will take a leave of absence from September 2002 until June 2003. Direct inquiries to George Hackett, sci-tech editor, 212/445-4000 ... Nichole Cipriani, Parenting assistant editor, leaves. Sumeet Bal, a former intern, ...

People Moves

August 5th, 2002 by
Corporate Moves Jana Ireland Shortt joins Hardee's Food Systems as public relations manager, responsible for national and local marketing and PR. Shortt was a PR account supervisor at Adamson Inc. in St. Louis prior to joining Hardee's. Agency Moves Weber ...