Here, according to Boston magazine's brand-spankin'-new power issue, are the most powerful journalists in town:
In the top fifty, we've got Globe editor Marty Baron (10), Globe columnist Joan Vennochi (tied for 41), WBUR general manager Paul La Camera (44), and Herald publisher Pat Purcell (tied for 47).
Update: The rest of BoMag's list--which, I should emphasize, was determined by votes from a select group of said powerful people themselves--has been updated and simplified. Here's how things now stand:
AMONG THOSE TIED FOR 63: Globe State House bureau chief Frank Phillips; Lisa Hall, VP/news director at Fox 25; Ed McCabe, an investigative journalist and author apparently known as Mr. Oxygen
AMONG THOSE TIED FOR 95: Laura Raposa and Gayle Fee of the Herald's Inside Track; Globe columnist Scott Kirsner; ex-Globe columnist Steve Bailey (presumably because he's leaving the country)
AMONG THOSE TIED FOR 137: Globe photographer Jim Davis; Channel 7 anchor Frances Rivera; WHDH owner Ed Ansin; Globe columnist Ellen Goodman; Globe publisher Steve Ainsley; some sportswriter named Jim Hawkins
There's more! Herald reporter Casey Ross, State House News Service reporter Jim O'Sullivan, my Phoenix colleague David Bernstein, and WBZ political analyst Jon Keller are all singled out for praise (scroll down), though none of them got a number. Ditto for Howie Carr and the Herald's front page (scroll down again).
The biggest omissions? In no particular order, I'd suggest Globe columnist Scot Lehigh; Herald editor Kevin Convey; Globe op-ed chief Renee Loth; Jim Braude of NECN/WTKK; NECN president/GM Charlie Kravetz; WGBH-TV's Emily Rooney; and Globe reporter Donovan Slack. But I'm sure I'm missing some myself.