The last two paid staff members at Modern Farmer walked out on Friday, Kim Severson reported for The New York Times. The magazine and website, founded in 2013, “ceased publication Friday, as the last of the paid editorial staff members walked out its doors. The future of what remains of the Modern Farmer brand is uncertain.”
— Cara Parks (@caraparks) January 23, 2015
Founder and editor Ann Marie Gardner left the magazine in December, Joe Pompeo reported then for Capital New York.
Gardner was known to have a fraught relationship with Modern Farmer’s investor, the Canadian mining magnate Frank Giustra, who recently agreed to keep the magazine afloat in exchange for additional shares from Gardner, who was a minority owner.
According to today’s story, two interns are still around. Read more
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