For centuries, thousands of Catholic pilgrims travel by foot along the
Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James, to visit the cathedral reputedly housing the Apostle’s tomb on the coast of Spain. This year, famous Spanish chef José Andrés undertook the ancient pilgrimage, beginning in Astorga and ending in the port of Finisterre in Galicia. Faith and food, though, go hand-in-hand for Andrés, and he took hundreds of snapshots while on the long, long walk. Here are some of our favorites.
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The well-liked TV vet
was largely responsible for reestablishing NBC's Alexandra Wallace Nightly News with , increasing viewership by 400k during her tenure before moving on to her current role as senior VP of NBC News.
It is widely speculated that she will end up as President of a channel at NBC Universal in the coming years.
's right-hand man was the founding editor of Arianna Huffington Huffington Post and deserves much of the credit for the website's editorial success.
Sekoff is also the main brain behind Arianna's bold new venture: HuffPost Live, a 12-hours-a-day Internet video network that seeks to turn cable news tropes upside-down by relying largely on community participation.
We've previously cited CNN's president of ad sales
Greg D'Alba as a dark horse candidate to replace Jim Walton as CNN Worldwide, and for good reason: D'Alba is the unheralded star behind CNN’s financial success.
While the media are fixated on the network’s ratings failures — which are a huge problem — the company is actually profitable. Many credit D’Alba for such financial health, as he has worked on the business side for nearly 25 years.
His vast experience with the digital realm provides him with a slew of ideas that will likely influence CNN for years to come.
You should probably know of the
Today Show's Senior Broadcast Producer Don Nash because, well, he may very well run the NBC morning show in the not too distant future.
We've speculated before about who could replace current EP , in the event he Jim Bell does move on to that NBC Sports gig. And though MSNBC's was the Izzy Povich latest rumored replacement, Nash is on every list when it comes to who will take over. And from what we hear, deservedly so.
CBS News president
's career began at Fox news, where he directed political coverage in 2008's election.
His influence at CBS is enormous, given his success with reestablishing the CBS Evening News as a competitive force. Since the beginning of his tenure, the -led news broadcast experienced a growth in viewership and, earlier this year, spent a week in second place among viewers 25-54 years old. A first since 2006.
And while he technically reports to CBS chief , Rhodes has enormous autonomy.
Fun fact: Rhodes is the youngest network news president in TV history.
may be the executive editor of the Jill Abramson New York Times, but her managing editor successor no doubt plays an enormous role in the editorial decisions of the Old Gray Lady.
Baquet has consistently risen up the ranks at a slew of influential American papers -- from the Times-Picayune, to the Chicago Tribune where he won a Pulitzer, to the Los Angeles Times where he served as editor.
There are plenty of influential execs beneath Fox News chief
-- Roger Ailes , for example -- but recently-promoted EVP of news John Moody may be the biggest up-and-comer.
Back in 2009, after the White House repeatedly excluded the network from interviewing administration officials and openly called Fox " not a news network," Clemente was the man tasked with responding on behalf of the cable channel.
When that war was in dire need of a "truce," he was sent down to personally meet with White House spokesman Robert Gibbs.