The Source Magazine and TheSource.com Announce New Managing Editor
NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2011 -- The Source Magazine the leading brand and publication of Hip-Hop music, culture, sports and politics; and TheSource.com today announced the addition of Reggie "Combat Jack" Osse to its editorial staff as the new Managing Editor.
Reggie Osse, author, blogger and noted Hip-Hop attorney, enters the new position handling both digital and print content. He will oversee daily updates to thesource.com and join the new "Mind Squad" editorial team. "My goal is to position The Source brand up front and center, back to the forefront of all things Hip-Hop," states Osse. As thesource.com continues to grow its numbers online, Osse also looks to create a bigger digital presence across the Source's multiple social networks as well.
"We are thrilled to have Reggie Osse join us and spearhead The Source's digital platforms while supporting our recently appointed EIC Bonsu Thompson," says publisher L.Londell McMillan, Esq. "The Source will be a force in 2011."
Known online in the blogosphere as "Combat Jack", Osse has written for XXLmag.com and continues to write for this site Daily-Math.com while now overseeing thesource.com. Reggie brings new energy to the Source blogosphere through his entertaining and fully informative stories as a tastemaker of the Internet generation.
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Notes to Editors
About Combat Jack
Attorney, author and media personality Reggie Osse is an established authority in all things entertainment, well versed and nurtured in Urban, Hip Hop and Popular culture. He is author of "Bling, The Hip Hop Jewelry Book", former Vice President at MTV Networks, was founder and former managing partner at the boutique entertainment law firm Osse & Woods and is host of the popular internet radio show "The Combat Jack Show."
About The New Era of The Source Magazine
The Source is the leading international voice of Hip-Hop music, culture, politics and sports for over 21 years. Along with its new website (www.thesource.com), the first Hip-Hop site selected by Apple as iPad ready, The Source remains the industry's most recognizable Hip-Hop media brand worldwide. It is responsible for introducing the music world to icons and legendary Hip-Hop artists such as Eminem, Notorious B.I.G., DMX, Common, and many others.