What does one do after blogging?

Good morning. Here are 10 media stories.

  1. A good dish

    ICYMI, Andrew Sullivan is retiring from blogging. He wants to have a real life. (The Dish) | Lots of people blogged about the news, and Twitter was wild with it. «That seems an appropriate send-off for a blogger whose work defined much of what we have come to see as normal in the age of social media.» (Mashable) | BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith writes, partly, about Sullivan’s place and influence in blogging. (BuzzFeed) | Blogging isn’t dead. «…a ‘blog’ is simply a publishing medium. It’s a way to put content on the Internet — usually a fast and, relatively, user-friendly way. But, the conflating a publishing medium with a sort of online writing — opinionated, snarky — that tends to be the preferred approach of many of its users is a mistake. (The Washington Post)

  2. The New Republic on itself

    The cover story of the February issue of The New Republic looks at «A Liberal Magazine’s Legacy on Race.» Politico’s Dylan Byers wrote Thursday about what’s inside Jeet Heer’s piece. (Politico)

  3. Never mind on that state-run news thing

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday that «if this website doesn’t meet my expectations of respecting the role of a free and independent press, I will reject it​.» In a news conference, Pence’s staff told reporters they were scrubbing language from the proposal that sounded like journalism. (Indianapolis Star)

  4. A group of media organizations asked SCOTUS for transparency

    In a letter sent to Chief Justice John Roberts on Wednesday, a coalition of media orgs requested a live broadcast of the arguments in the same-sex marriage cases that will soon be before the Supreme Court, «enabling the world to witness history as it happens.» Organizations who co-signed include NPPA, ASNE, SPJ and RTDNA. (NPPA)

  5. Threats to the press in Yemen

    One journalist is missing and other journalists covering protests in Yemen have been arrested and attacked. Yousef Ajlan, assistant editor of Almasdar Online, was kidnapped on Wednesday. (CPJ)

  6. What the media thinks of Newsweek’s cover

    Newsweek’s latest cover story, «What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women,» includes a cover that some people really hate. (Newsweek) | And some people don’t. (Mediaite)

  7. #Code15

    International Women’s Media Foundation is currently hosting a summit «to further empower women by developing technology solutions to the digital news gender gap.» (IWMF) | IWMF has a Twitter list of speakers, including Amy O’Leary, Stacy-Marie Ishmael, Kara Swisher and Youyoung Lee. (@IWMF)

  8. ‘What Can a Pregnant Photojournalist Cover? Everything’

    Lynsey Addario writes for The New York Times Magazine about working as a photojournalist in dangerous places, working while pregnant and working as a mother. (The New York Times Magazine)

  9. Front page of the day, selected by Seth Liss

    From the Montgomery Advertiser, a look at gay marriage. (Courtesy the Newseum)


  10. Job moves, edited by Benjamin Mullin

    Clark Gilbert will be president of BYU-Idaho. Previously, he was CEO of Deseret News and Deseret Digital Media. (Poynter) | Peter Kendall will be managing editor at the Chicago Tribune. Previously, he was deputy managing editor there. Colin McMahon will be associate editor at the Chicago Tribune. Previously, he was cross media editor there. Joycelyn Winnecke will be president of Tribune Content Agency. Previously, she was associate editor of the Chicago Tribune. (Poynter) | Tanzina Vega will be the Bronx courthouse reporter at The New York Times. Previously, she was a race reporter there. (Poynter) | John Reiss is now executive producer at «Meet the Press.» Previously, he was acting executive producer there. (Politico) | Darcie Conway is now an editor at aplus.com. Previously, she was a content curator at Upworthy. (PR Newswire) | Tim O’Connor will be publisher of Shape. Previously, he was a managing director for Meredith’s corporate sales group. Eric Schwarzkopf will be associate publisher at Shape. Previously, he was publisher at Fitness. Betty Wong will be vice president of brand development for Shape and Fitness. Previously, she was editor-in-chief of Fitness. (Email) | Job of the day: The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is looking for an investigative reporter. Get your résumés in! (Journalism Jobs) | Send Ben your job moves: bmullin@poynter.org.

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