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Michael Wolff

May 27, 2002 | This Media Life
The Outcasts

JFK Jr. memoirist Richard Blow and Bias hysteric Bernard Goldberg have been demonized by the media for breaking unspoken rules. How nice, then, that the media has made both men stars!

May 20, 2002 | This Media Life
The Odd Couple

His Rolling Stone is in trouble, but at least he's got Bonnie Fuller working her black magic at Us Weekly. Now all Jann Wenner has to do is find a rock-and-roll Bonnie to save his flagship.

May 13, 2002 | This Media Life
The Big Fix

Suddenly, the turn-of-the-millennium lust for media-world consolidation seems absurd (just ask AOL Time Warner and Vivendi shareholders). Is it already time for AT&T-style breakups?

May 6, 2002 | This Media Life
The Unspun

It's pretty clear that the Israelis and the Catholics just don't get it: They're both losing the media war. What they also don't get is that this is a war they must fight.

April 29, 2002 | This Media Life
The New Old News

With the Journal's new look, the Times' new section, and the New York Sun's exercise in journalistic nostalgia, newspapering is suddenly hot. Is there a future on paper?

April 15, 2002 | This Media Life
The Lifer

What could possibly have made biographer Robert Caro devote nearly three decades (and counting) to chronicling the life of LBJ? It's all about his -- and our -- addiction to power.

April 8, 2002 | This Media Life
The Last Adman

Advertising legend Jay Chiat has spent his life not only battling the rules -- about media, about offices, about the culture itself -- but decimating them. Now he's got one last fight.

March 25, 2002 | This Media Life
The Koppel Topple

Do not ask for whom the ticker scrolls, Ted. It scrolls for thee: Why Nightline's troubles may presage a news-dinosaur extinction.

March 18, 2002 | This Media Life
Peace Pipe

Tom Friedman says he was merely the conduit for the Saudi peace plan, but the Times columnist has quietly, purposefully turned himself into our leading ink-stained statesman.

March 11, 2002 | This Media Life
My Dinner With Rupert

In an unlikely turn of events -- and thanks to some shameless maneuvering to achieve (and protect) proximity -- our Murdoch-deconstructing media columnist breaks bread with the man himself.

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