TMZ’s Harvey Levin Makes Way For Variety Editor Josh Dickey 8 weeks ago
TMZ founder Harvey Levin is handing his former managing editor title to Josh Dickey (left), who has just resigned as Variety’s film...
By Sharon Waxman
Variety has hemmoraghed so much editorial talent over the past year that it's hard to keep track. Here's a tally
Beset by aggressive competitors and shackled by a paywall, Variety has become a shadow of its former dominant self
Exclusive: More defections at the trade, a day after Dana Harris leaves for indieWIRE
Veteran trade reporter will be based in Los Angeles and will begin her new job in January
Staff re-org announcement comes one day after the ouster of print editor Leo Wolinksy
Former Los Angeles Times managing editor is forced out after less than a year on the job
Ad says subscribers will get "unrestricted access to exclusive, password protected content"
Longtime party and philanthropy reporter switches sides to Janice Min's Hollywood trade pub
Joshua Newton lost his legal battle with Variety, but picks up the Boston Film Festival's Visionary Filmmaker Award
The buoyant review of "Road to Nowhere," a movie written by the trade's No. 2 editor, is one more example of the pub giving accolades to top-level staff
Lowry most recently worked at Businessweek
Indie filmmaker also ordered to pay trade's legal cost
Justin Chang and Peter Debruge will review films and coordinate/edit others
in the age of online, the trade is definitely betting on print
Longtime Variety critic, dumped abruptly in March, launches blog with IndieWire
"If I’m setting the bar at where Variety is ... I’m setting the bar too low"
Unique users down only 18% from when the trade's site went subscriber-only in December
Hugh Jackman and Shirley MacLaine, I'm talking to you!
Reed Elsevier fails to sell trade titles, decides to close most of them
Lawyers for trade say 2004 album cover infringed on logo -- and copies remain online
Despite unanimous reports of free online usage Wednesday, publisher Stiles insists his site remains subscription-only
Tim Gray warns publicity execs they'll be left out of print edition
The trades fight to survive, and "Avatar" sets more records
Full-page ad promoting unreleased film follows lawsuit against Variety claiming fraud
Ousted Variety critic draws fan support, lands a gig with New York Film Festival selection committee
The lawsuit accuses the trade of luring in the indie film with one hand, bashing it with the other
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"