New York City & Coronavirus - Update

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Now, the New York Pos t has disclosed the 50-year-old lawyer is Lawrence Garbuz. Since he took the Metro North commuter railway from his home in New Rochelle, NY that has to be disinfected. ork City lawyer who contracted the coronavirus provided few details.

New York City's Suicide Branding

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Meanwhile, in New York City, a 42-year-old man made it his business to take his life by leaping from the Robert F.   Because of its myriad bridges and high rise buildings, New York City has developed a signature for suicides.   Could New York City evolve into a hardened either/or identity: Human beings go there to make it big or to die. Human beings in West Palm Beach, Florida are struggling to prepare right to survive Dorian.

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COVID-19 Fallout Hits New York Post Hard

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The falloff in advertising demand because of COVID-19 has sent tabloid New York Post reeling.   The New York Post publisher Sean Giancola was grim in his internal messaging. Daily Beast reports that sources note there have been layoffs of about a dozen staffers. "Runners" - that is the part-timers who roam the city picking up news and transmitting it into the newsroom - have been put on unpaid furlough. Alexa staff has also been furloughed. 

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Hurricane Sandy report from New York City

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Andrew Cuomo - New York Accent Gains Cool, Blunt Becomes Acceptable

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  Because he is doing such an amazing job managing the COVID-19 in his state, his New York accent has become cool. In addition, blunt - which is common in New York - has become okay. Daily Andrew Cuomo gives a presser. 

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New York Emergency - Take 80, Stock Up on Supplies

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At last official count there were 76 cases of coronavirus in the state of New York. 11 of those were in New York City, including Queens.  The New York Post provides more detail. 

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New York City's Silent Killer

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Wall Street Journal describes how parents in New York City pony up $400 an hour to get their children an edge in a test for a gifted program.   Meanwhile, there is regular reporting, in New York City alone, about the increase in suicides among undergraduates, medical students, and brandname lawyers. Just yesterday, an 18-year-old who had been enrolled at New York University committed suicide by jumping in front of a train.

New York Post, New York - Producer for Podcasts (help-wanted)

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Conservative New York Post Spells Justice Ginsburg's Last Name Wrong

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New York Time) the conservative New York Post has posted the last name of U.S. Is it a Freudian slip? Or does it reflect the lack of a sufficient number of proofreaders and copy editors in journalism today? Whatever. As of 10:29 P.M.

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Leaving New York - Reverse Careers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

They landed solid jobs or lucrative freelance careers in New York City. Now, the meme has become: I am going to credential my way out of New York City. The mundane epiphany is that they have to credential their way out of New York to a work situation which is less problematic. That usually requires positioning and packaging themselves as attractive to employers and clients outside New York.

Hurricane Sandy: New York City Update from TJ Walker

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New York Time

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The smartphone changed time zones as I keep heading away from New Haven, Connecticut to my new business address in Tucson, Arizona. That's because I still need to hold onto New York Time.  Tonight I spoke from Santa Rose, New Mexico to my college friend Kathleen Huebner who teaches at an Arizona university. And wasn't it wonderful that the cost of living was significantly lower than that of the New York Metro area. 

New York Times Inc. - Turned Itself Around

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A turnaround few anticipated has been New York Times Inc. For years media watchers had predicted the corporation will fold and a foundation would come to the rescue and fund what used to be the digital version of the old print The New York Times.   The importance of The New York Times is its investigative reporting.

New York City Marathon Cancelled: Who to Blame?

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Law Students Sue New York Law School

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The New York Times Yanks Relationship with Apple News

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There wasn't enough in it for The New York Times to continue to allow Apple News to display some of its articles on Apple devices. So, NYT has pulled out of that relationship, reports DNyuz. Unlike most media companies with a print legacy, NYT is thriving financially. A major factor was its hustle to build up subscriptions for digital access. However, there had been no mechanisms in the Apple News technology to direct readers back to the NYT website.

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Marketing Writer, Academic Institutions, New York, New York (help-wanted)

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New York’s Naked Cowboy Endorses Mitt Romney alan.com

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New York Times Co. - Revenue Beats Wall Street Estimates

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Or, has the New York Times Co. truly learned to scale in a new media world?   The news about COVID-19 brought in new subscribers. About five years ago, many were observing that it would only through a foundation that The New York Times - that is, the newspaper - would be able to survive. Is it The COVID-19 bump? Probably both. Thomson Reuters reports that the revenue was up 1%. That beat analysts' estimates. 

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Fox Guest Wayne Rogers Says New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman Is “Retarded”

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New York Daily News - MORE Layoffs

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Many in the New York Metro area remember the carnage announced on July 23rd of this year. The hometown newspaper - the New York Daily News - announced that it was laying off 93. Now, the New York Post reports that 5 more have been given the ax.  Those who loved the raw personality of the Daily News felt it was the end of an era.

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Delays and Long Lines for Voting in New York City

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Garbage Language

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Molly Young writes in New York Magazine about the ways the Millenial generation of white-collar workers replicate the communication patterns of the organization man and woman. Anna Wiener Clayton Christensen Friedrich Nietzsche New York Magazine WeWork

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New York Times Has Lousy Q3

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No surprise, the parent of The New York Times reported a lousy Q3. There had been ways around The New York Times' paywall but most of those have been blocked. Overall ad revenues were down 7.7%. That was even though digital advertising was up 21%, mostly on mobile. Here is the coverage. Dow Jones is also in an equally unpromising revenue position as print ads decline there too. It's under the umbrella of News Corp.

Correction - New York Post Fixes Misspell of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Last Name (mostly)

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New York Time. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been corrected by the New York Post - mostly. It is 8:10 A.M. The wrong spelling of U.S. There is still one reference to her as "Ginsberg." " Read the corrected version here.

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New York Times: ‘Romney Has Nothing Really Coherent Or Substantive To Say…’ Mediaite

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Leaving New York, By Way of Arizona

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In 2014, 126,000 left New York City. My reasons for fleeing the New York Metro area in 2014 ranged from the high cost of housing, which was getting higher all the time. Essentially my new home is a kind of halfway house. That's what newgeography.com found. Probably  Probably for many of those, it was a soul-wrenching decision. After all, you can make the big money in the Big Apple.

The New York State Branding - From Prestige to Negative Equity

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Based on all those metrics, several recent surveys document that New York state is among the least best places to retire. Depending on what organization is conducting the survey, New York state ranks at the bottom or a only a few notches above. Here are more details from the New York Post.    The New York Post, along with myriad other media outlets , has been tracking the exodus out of New York State by all generations.

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Brand New York City - Only for Those with "Real Money"

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Brand New York City is evolving into a living symbol of the 21st century Gilded Age.  Meanwhile, those who tend to their needs increasingly can't afford to live in New York City. As the New York Post reports, the middle class is being gutted.   This isn't new in 2018. I took the I-95 exit out of the New York Metro area and headed to where the cost of living would be about one-third of what it had been for me. 

The New York Times - The Rocky Road to Digital

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  Not surprisingly, The New York Times is struggling in ways that have become quite public. It is already known that the new Metro digital-first czar Cliff Levy put the knock on the section. Kelly reports in The New York Post , the News Guild has pushed back. Both the leadership and the rank and file at The New York Times are enduring what that rest of us have been: Coping with massive shifts in how work gets done. 

Your Week of December 30th, According to New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant

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Madame Clairevoyant, among New York Magazine's most popular columnists, provides it. Since I hit I-95 going West and away from the New York Metro Area in April 2014, I have embraced the trauma of getting to know who I am. It's in-between time.

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Political Speech Writer, New York (help-wanted)

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New York Metro Area - What Had Been Homes

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A former English major I got it that before I take the next step, professionally and personally, forward, I had to return to where I had experienced "home" in the New York Metro area. I have to feather a new nest. The journey is an archetype in art forms, ranging from film to literature, for those who need to discover something important. The most common example is Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz."

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New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant Compares Favorably with My Pricey Psychic

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This week's predictions by Madame Clairevoyant already have been posted in New York Magazine. Another shift has been in my pessimism about making new friends "at my age."

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New York - Leaving It Hard, Not Impossible

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If your professional brand is "New York" you probably have decided that's the way it is: You better stay there. It's also obvious that, given your age, there have been fewer opportunities for those great New York jobs and client assignments. There must be more of you because the New York Daily News had a story yesterday titled "Escape from New York: Why some have put the city behind them."

New York City - Cartoonish Version of Gilded Age

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Harpers , Kevin Baker declares New York City (and other large wealthy urban areas like San Francisco) over. That's what has made New York City boring.    Meanwhile the new kind of "migrant worker" commutes into New York City daily to work. Now, they recognize that they are paying too high a price, literally and emotionally, for a New York City professional identity.

The New York Times Launches Billionaire Beat

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"The New York Times has shifted chief TV critic Alessandra Stanley to the just created billionaire beat to report on the doings of the top one percent of the one percent. Dean Baquet, executive director, announced via staff memo that Stanley's new beat is part of the paper's deepening focus on economic inequality in America."

How Your Week Could Go - Madame Clairevoyant at New York Magazine

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  No wonder then Madame Clairvoyant's weekly column is popular at New York Magazine. Here it the new post. Knowing how your week could play out and how to make that happen or prevent it from happening gives you an edge. Destiny isn't pre-packaged.

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Week of July 27th, New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant Says Calm Down (learn to be your own psychic)

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  This week New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant observes that sure, the planets and earth-bound stuff are both high tension. " In the Zen Center in New Haven, Connecticut, the meme is "Clear Thinking, Don't Know." 

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Glut of Editorial Types - Expect It to Surge Mid-2020 (and not just in New York City)

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Affected could be news organizations ranging from the Chicago Tribune to the New York Daily News to the Baltimore Sun.  Not just New York City. Every time there's a change in ownership or power at media companies, the editorial market gets more glutted.

New York City and More - Commercial Real Estate in Play (will trophy buildings send wrong message?)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Commercial real estate, at least in New York City, may not be the sector to be in. The term being used by law firms for reducing their real estate footprint in pricey locations such as New York and Los Angeles is "hoteling." This time a platitude is on the money: COVID1-19 is creating a new world order. "Vornado, one of the city's biggest landlords, told investors … 80 percent of its retail tenants did not pay rent in April and May.