Variety Makes a Necessary Change – Here Are the Risks 12 weeks ago
Jay Penske has finally unveiled a strategy for his vision of Variety, a necessary move but one fraught with financial risk.
By Sharon Waxman
Jeff Sneider is leaving the paper but said he is unsure of his next career move
EXCLUSIVE: Variety may be moving from its iconic Wilshire Boulevard headquarters to Penske Media Corporation's Inglewood hub
Penske is cutting back print circulation and slashing jobs to boost his investment in Variety's editorial and digital departments
Variety, now owned by Penske Media Corporation, showed publisher Brian Gott the door and promoted Michelle Sobrino-Stearns to publisher
The mail brought a letter from Jay Penske on Thursday “a courtesy due to the recent events involving the ‘poaching’ of employees in this industry” - thanks Jay!
Jay Penske, the new owner of Variety, told his new staff of reporters that the paywall would go, but the print edition was here to stay -- for now
Jay Penske appears to have shut out Nikki Finke from having much to do with Variety -- which creates the challenge going forward: owning two competing brands that cover the same subject matter
Deadline and Variety will now have the same corporate parent - but what role for Nikki Finke?
WaxWord will be exposing Finke’s poisonous maneuvers going forward in this space - here's the latest one
Attorneys will have a hard time proving that the Hollywood trade stole content by confirming the news stories her site broke
Industry vet returns to trade where she worked for decades, leaves Penske after less than a year
Penske poaches 17-year veteran of paper to cover big media, corporate finance for Nikki Finke
"MMC has demonstrably and repeatedly violated my client’s rights, including but not limited to violations of the antitrust laws, as well as unfair competition and trade libel"
Entertainment Weekly columnist is the latest hire for the network of Hollywood sites run by Jay Penske's MMC Corporation
Recently-ousted L.A. Times ad VP joins Deadline parent
On her boss: “I threaten to call lawyers every minute of every day, but ... "I'm still here."
Abandons startup, while Anne Thompson strikes out on her own with help of IndieWire.
On chasing news, her vision for the future and selling DHD for "the GNP of a small country."
DeadlineHollywoodDaily sold to Mail.com; site looks to hire reporter in New York.
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