- August 24, 1998 | This Media Life
- Fox Family Values
As his marriage to Anna unravels and his children sort out their allegiances (and News Corp. roles), will consummate control freak Rupert Murdoch start to lose his grip?
- September 29, 2003 | This Media Life
- Sex and the Candidate
What’s to love about the idiotic California recall race? We all get to relive Arnold’s sex life! (Too bad the state’s soccer moms don’t feel the same way.)
- November 29, 1999 | This Media Life
- Meet Roger Black
He pioneered the use of computers in design, cut the best deals, and made himself synonymous with the modern magazine. And he doesn't break a sweat doing it.
- December 1, 2003 | This Media Life
- The New Old Thing
Is the recent Net boom a real second coming or just a blip? Even the once-mighty new-media ruling class, back on top (sort of), isn’t pretending to know.
- January 10, 2000 | This Media Life
- I Predict . . .
Amazon will be the Atari of the nineties. Gore will make his no-television pledge stick. Old media buys new media with dot-com ad dollars. Stand back and watch a pro work!
- May 28, 2001 | This Media Life
- Voice Recognition
The Village Voice was a hothouse of left-wing factional politics that became an advertising-money machine. So why won't anyone give David Schneiderman credit for it?
- January 19, 2004 | This Media Life
- Right Timesman
David Brooks is the hothouse flower of the Times’ op-ed page—its token conservative. It’s a tough job, as he’s learning.
- March 31, 2003 | This Media Life
Media’s biggest bully ducked out of the limelight for fifteen months to write a God-is-in-the-details account of life post-9/11. By returning to writing, has Steve Brill found a new way to dominate?
- July 14, 2003 | This Media Life
- En Guardian!
The British are coming—again. The launch of a U.S. edition of the unabashedly liberal Guardian may be just what the Bush-whacked U.S. press needs.
- May 1, 2000 | This Media Life
- Dot-Com Bomb
We've all been waiting for the next Great Web Wipeout. But the Orwellian technology geeks never imagined the fuse would be lit by an old-media magazine article.