CollegeHumor cuts 100 jobs as IAC sells website

CollegeHumor laid off more than 100 staffers this week as its parent company IAC moved to sell the comedy website. The cuts in New York and Los Angeles left the company with just five to...

‘The View’ fearful of more leaks in wake of backstage drama

Page Six has become a problem behind the scenes at “The View,” we’re told. Sources say that after we published a story last week about the breakdown of relations between co-host Meghan McCain and her...

Hearst Magazines accused of surveilling workers over union fight

The fight pitting Hearst Magazines President Troy Young against the editorial union is getting nastier, with the Writers Guild of America, East now accusing the company of illegal surveillance and pressuring employees to withdraw...

Spoiled podcast ‘fembots’ attack NY Post — for giving them publicity

Maybe somebody should really call their daddies. And their mommies who can teach them some manners. Today, the girls behind the smutty Barstool Sports “Call her Daddy” podcast, which caters to aspiring Instagram strumpets and...

Buyout details emerge for Tribune Publishing staff at NY Daily News, Chicago Tribune

Voluntary buyout packages that Tribune Publishing is dangling for employees will be capped at 52 weeks. Tribune Publishing CEO Tim Knight told staffers at the New York Daily News, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other...

Inside the executive turmoil at Hightimes Holding Inc.

There’s more executive turmoil at Hightimes Holding Inc., which lost its third chief financial officer in less than a year just as it was unveiling plans to license its first two cannabis retail stores...

Hearst Magazines in no hurry to fill Glenda Bailey’s post at Harper’s Bazaar

Hearst Magazines President Troy Young and Chief Content Officer Kate Lewis appear to be casting a wide net as the company searches for a successor to Glenda Bailey at Harper’s Bazaar. That suggests the muckety-mucks...

Former ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff had cancer when he died

Former ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff had an aggressive form of cancer when he died on Christmas Eve, his fiancée revealed Wednesday. Katy Berteau said she only learned of the diagnosis after his death when the...

Fortune magazine going behind paywall in major redesign

Fortune is going to go behind a paywall next month as part of a sweeping redesign of the magazine and website. The overhaul will also see the print magazine cut back to 10 times a...

Teamster union settles with Hudson News, head James Cohen

The Teamsters have withdrawn their unfair labor practice claim against Hudson News Distributors and apparently resolved their dispute with the company run by James Cohen. Teamsters Local 707 in August ratified the Hudson News deal,...