Interviews, Mentions, & Clips


1) Alex Leo named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Media 

2) “Writer Alex Leo has nimbly detected the fact that it’s not just the New York Post; and Huffington Post that have headlines you can call from a mile away. The New York Times is equally as guilty.” —  Mediabistro

3) “Because of Nora Ephron, yes, there is the Nora Ephron problem, but there are also dozens of frank, funny, unapologetic women writers such as Alex Leo and Alyssa Rosenberg and Emily Yoffe, living by Ephron’s immortal comment, passed down by her parents, that no matter what happens in life, ‘it’s all material.’” — Columbia Journalism Review

4) “In an essay on The Huffington Post, writer Alex Leo notes that while this was a big year for women — the first serious female presidential candidate, the first predominately female state senate, the first female Top Chef — the advertising world has a lot of catching up to do. Ms. Leo names the five sexist trends in ads that just won’t die” — Jezebel

5) “Great interview with Trey Parker and Matt Stone in Huffington Post about the politics of ‘South Park.’” — The Hollywood Reporter

6) The State of the Union Drinking GameFeministe

7) “Wonderful blog about ‘The Four Kinds of New York Times Headlines' by Alex Leo” — The Independent 

8) Ron Swanson Eating Meat Is The Best Thing On The Internet TodayUproxx

9) ”As Alex Leo writes so beautifully at Jezebel:

"Huh. What we gather here is that ABC, which is the home of new femme-sploitation shows Pan Am and Charlie’s Angels, seems to think that hazelnuts were invented by women to castrate dudes."

Bitch Magazine

10) The Complete Guide to Funny Startup GeneratorsBetaBeat


1) Highlights from the Newsweek Staff’s Reddit AMA — Mediabistro

2) Reuters productizes social media through Social Pulse — Nieman Journalism Lab

3) Alex Leo on New York — BlackBook

4) Alex Leo from Newsweek on the art and science of measurement in the digital newsroom — Parsely


1) Nora Ephron: The Funniest Feminist — Atlantic Wire, June 2012

2) Why Grown-Ups Can’t Enjoy Summer — The Guardian, August 2014

3) The Four Kinds of NYT Headlines — Tumblr, May 2011

4) Meet Jessica Singleton, NYC’s New Digital Mastermind — Elle, June 2014

5) Matt Stone & Trey Parker Are Not Your Political Allies (No Matter What You Believe) — Huffington Post, February 2010

6) Men’s Television Protects Itself From The Female Threat — Jezebel, September 2011

7) Hillary Can’t Win — Huffington Post, January 2008

8) How to succeed in Silicon Valley without really trying (at all) — The Guardian, September 2014

9) A Goodbye to Content Farms — The Hairpin, March 2011

10) Facebook Chat Gets Hijacked — The Daily Beast, February 2011


1) Fuel Standards & Ethanol — CNBC

2) Salt, Soda & Public Art — Good Day New York

3) The Rise of Hashtag Activism, from #IfTheyGunnedMeDown to #IceBucketChallenge — PBS Media Shift

4) Geeks Telling Jokes — NYTimes David Carr Project

5) Charlie Sheen Takes on Twitter — NBC News York’s “The 20”