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GAWKER MEDIA'S PRESIDENT OF ADS IS OUT, HEARST VET TAKES OVER: It was just a few months ago when two of Gawker Media’s top editorial employees resigned from the company after management took down a controversial post outing a Conde Nast executive. Now, Andrew Gorenstein, Gawker Media’s president of advertising and partnerships, has left the company. Gorenstein confirmed his departure in a text message, saying that it was “time for a change.” Michael Kuntz, who came to Gawker Media from Hearst last year, has been named SVP of Global Sales and Partnerships, according to a memo sent to Gawker Media’s business staff by President and General Counsel Heather Dietrick.

TIME INC'S ALL YOU WENT DOWN AND TOOK SOME JOBS WITH IT: 
In the smoke of the big news that it spent probably $20 million to buy Hellogiggles.com and is possiby in talks to buy xoJane.com, comes even more news out of Time Inc that is closing shop on its 11 year old magazine All You. Time Inc is killing the magazine which flew off the shelves of Walmart in its early days but ended up on the... 

 
 
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CONDE NAST'S NEW YORKER LAUNCHES RADIO SHOW, EDITOR IN CHIEF DAVID REMNICK'S CHILDHOOD DREAM COMES TRUE: The editor in chief is set to make his debut as a radio host when The New Yorker launches its radio program and podcast on Oct. 24. Called “The New Yorker Radio Hour,” the weekend show is coproduced by WNYC Studios. “I’m very excited about it — not in the least because I’ve been listening to radio since I’m a kid. I used to listen to radio for hours,” Remnick told WWD. “In recent times, there has been an explosion of creativity in radio.”

BEEF BETWEEN AMAZON AND NEW YORK TIMES OVER ARTICLE HEATS UP: 
The New York Times and Amazon on Monday drew fresh blood in their bruising feud over an Aug. 16 story critical of the e-commerce giant — exchanging heated accusations and defenses that are bound to leave both sides scarred. Jay Carney, the former White House spokesman who is now Amazon’s No. 1 spokesman, launched the first salvo in the latest battle when he called into question the journalism in the Times’ Page 1 story that bashed the corporate culture at Amazon.

BLOOMBERG POACHES TWO FROM QUARTZ: From 
Quartz editor in chief Kevin Delaney:  I’m sad to share the news that Max Nisen and Shelly Banjo will be leaving Quartz, with their last days next Thursday. They both are going to Bloomberg. Max and Shelly have distinguished themselves during their time at Quartz not only for their journalism, but also for being unfailingly generous, constructive, and collegial.

SPEAKING OF QUARTZ, DID YOU SEE THEIR COOL NEW VIDEO AD UNITS?: 
Atlantic Media's Quartz business website is upping the video ad game with a new custom built video ad unit six months after bringing on its first video producer. The QZ team has been hard at work... 

BANKRATE LANDS FORMER AP MANAGING EDITOR AS ITS NEW CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER: Ferrara worked at the Associated Press for more than 10 years, notably leading the newswire’s advances in automated programs. As managing editor for business news, Ferrara employed Automated Insights software to write earnings reports and college sports recaps, making the AP the first major news outlet to use the automated technology. At the AP, Ferrara also guided the wire service’s entry into social media and led a number of projects to gather information from user-generated content.

THIS IS HOW GANNETT MANAGED TO LAND THE JOURNAL MEDIA GROUP: When it was created this past spring, the Journal Media Group (JMG) hinted it would be looking for acquisitions in “additional attractive markets.” In fact, the new company, which combined E. W. Scripps’s 14 dailies with Journal Communications’ flagship Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, was set up to make the financing of acquisitions relatively easy. New stock to buy properties could be issued by the board of directors “without stockholder approval.” Conversely, as the pre-merger JMG prospectus to stockholders said, “Our board of directors could adopt a rights plan which could ensure continuity of management by rendering it more difficult for a potential acquirer to obtain control of us.”

PAY TV IS LOOSING SOME 300,000 USERS AND THATS GOOD NEWS: 
How bad have things been for the pay-TV industry lately? An estimated 300,000 Americans dropped TV service last quarter, and analysts are calling it good news. Predictions for subscribers who canceled their video packages -- from cable, phone and satellite providers including Comcast and Dish Network-- range from about 280,000 to 360,000, based on analysts' estimates compiled by Bloomberg. That's about half as many as in the second quarter, which at more than 600,000 set an industry record. The losses underscored investors' fears that cord-cutting was fraying traditional TV's business model, contributing to a massive sell-off in media stocks in August.

NOBODY WANTS TO WORK FOR YAHOO CEO MARISSA MAYER: 
The ground under Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer got yet another big crack in it this time due to the departure of Jacqueline Reses who was hired by Ms. Mayer back in 2012 to head up corporate development.  Ms. Reses' departure follows behind other high profile departures like marketing/media chief Kathy Savitt, head of North...

NO WORRIES, PLAYBOY'S FOREIGN EDITIONS STILL DOING NUDES: Playboy magazine has 23 international editions licensed by the Beverly Hills, California-based Playboy Enterprises. A company spokeswoman told Quartz that it expects that some of them will follow the lead of the magazine’s flagship edition in the US, while others will continue to publish nudity.

ANOTHER TRICK THE NEW YORK TIMES WILL USE TO DOUBLE DIGITAL REVENUE BY 2020 IS GIVING GUESTS AT ALL 36 PARK HYATT HOTEL LOCATIONS FREE FULL DIGITAL ACCESS: We are always looking to find new ways to reach new audiences," Meredith Kopit Levien, the Times' chief revenue officer, told Adweek. The partnership includes full free access to the Times website for the next six months for guests of the 36 Park Hyatt locations worldwide. There will also be a series of Times-sponsored live events at select hotels. The Times expects to benefit from Park Hyatt's global reach, while Hyatt likes the Times' demographic.

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