Ex-E&P writer now peddles condoms

My favorite alt-weekly story of the day comes from Westword’s Mike Roberts, who reports that former Editor & Publisher and Daily Beast contributor Jim Moscou is now running a condom company. (In 2004, he was participating in war reporting discussions.) The self-described “recovering journalist” is donating one condom in developing countries for each one sold in the States. (His product is on the left.) “There is a huge global shortage in the access of condoms,” with less than 17 percent of the contraceptive needs met by organizations such as the United Nations Population Fund, he tells Roberts.