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  1. media
    Joanna Coles Is Reportedly Leaving HearstShe is reportedly stepping down as chief content officer.
  2. how i get it done
    How I Get It Done: Joanna Coles, Chief Content Officer at Hearst Magazine“I’m not terribly interested in relaxing. What am I going to do, sit around?”
  3. magazines
    Elle Canceled Its January Cover, Shot by Terry RichardsonThe magazine decided to re-shoot Zoë Kravitz.
  4. cover girls
    Hijab-Wearing Yeezy Model Halima Aden Covers the New Issue of CR Fashion BookParis Jackson also scored a cover.
  5. partners in crime
    Hearst Brings Carine Roitfeld Further Into the FoldThe company will publish her title, CR Fashion Book, on its digital platform.
  6. promotions
    Cosmo Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles Is Becoming the Anna Wintour of HearstShe will now be the media company’s chief content officer.
  7. revolving door
    Report: Seventeen EIC on Maternity Leave FiredTan had been at the magazine for about two years.
  8. chasing paper
    Breaking: The Fashion Industry Is Underpaid Is anyone surprised?
  9. intern wars
    Meet the Latest Unpaid Fashion Intern Suing Her Former BossErica van Rabenswaay, who filed charges against Norma Kamali this week, tells her story.
  10. intern wars
    Unpaid Intern Lawsuit Thrown OutThe great intern uprising cannot be a class action lawsuit.
  11. ins and outs
    Cosmo Brings on New Fashion DirectorAnd one thing’s for sure: She’s a fan of fur hats.
  12. Sexting Stripper Extortion Scandal Hits HearstAccording to “Page Six.”
  13. ins and outs
    Elle Hires Carmen Borgonovo and Lori GoldsteinAs consulting editor and fashion editor-at-large, respectively.
  14. lawsuits
    Hearst’s Lawyers Now E-mailing Former Unpaid InternsTo collect “stories” for their defense.
  15. ins and outs
    Joanna Coles Lays Off Nine Cosmo StaffersShe’ll announce their replacements “shortly.” 
  16. carine!
    Carine Roitfeld Joins Hearst at Harper’s BazaarShe’ll be the new “global fashion director.”
  17. person of interest
    The Norma Rae of Fashion InternsMeet Diana Wang, the unpaid intern suing Harper’s Bazaar.
  18. ins and outs
    Joanna Coles Replaces Kate White at Cosmopolitan Magazine [Updated]And Anne Fulenwider succeeds Coles.
  19. r.i.p.
    Helen Gurley Brown, 1922–2012, Went EverywhereThe longtime editor of Cosmopolitan died this morning at 90.
  20. lawsuits
    That Intern Versus Hearst Corp. Case Is Now a Class-Action SuitIn which we catch up.
  21. loose threads
    NYC Fashion Fellows Launches; Stella McCartney Announces Fashion ScholarshipPlus, Beyoncé’s new perfume ad drops.
  22. The Interns Are Organizing!And suing.
  23. things that are not printed on paper
    Hearst Projects 1 Million Digital Subscribers by the End of 2012Unless that potentially pesky Mayan apocalypse gets in the way, of course.
  24. elle watch
    Hearst May Not Be Buying Elle After AllGermany’s Bauer Publications made another offer.
  25. loose threads
    Hearst Is Reportedly Looking to Buy Elle; Ferragamo Wants You to Monogram Your StilettosAlso, Maryna Linchuk has four hands on the December cover of Turkish ‘Vogue.’
  26. The Nominated Chancellor of the Largest School System in America Has ‘No Governmental, Political, or Diplomatic Expertise’Other facts about Cathleen Black: She likes yellow taxi cabs and $47,600 bracelets.
  27. Oprah Gives iPads, $10,000 to Every O StafferThat is a thing that happened. Today.
  28. Hearst Names Jill Herzig Editor of RedbookShe’ll take over from outgoing editor Stacy Morrison.
  29. Editorial Shuffle at Town & Country and House BeautifulPamela Fiori, who’s edited the title for seventeen years, is out.
  30. Hearst to Launch HGTV Magazine?Following in the footsteps of the impressive ‘Food Network Magazine,’ Hearst could find its way back into the shelter category with this title.
  31. rumor mill
    Is Condé Nast Going to Buy Elle While W Gets Cut Down?The rampant rumors are flying, but are any of them actually true? We’re skeptical.
  32. Communications-School Graduates Receiving Grim MessagesBasically, at Syracuse and Berkeley, they’re being told they’ll have to work for free.
  33. Oprah Tweeted, and the World’s Largest Newsprint Maker Filed for BankruptcyThe day in media news.
  34. Hachette Can No Longer Afford to Keep Boating AfloatSo they’re shipping it off before it sinks. (Sorry.) And more, in today’s media news.
  35. Profits at the Washington Post Are Down 77 PercentAnd more grim news from the struggling media industry.
  36. Teen Magazine to FoldOf Hearst’s teen-mag collection, only ‘Seventeen’ survives.
  37. Media Wins Some Battles Against DeathIt’s a good day in the world of words.
  38. More Media Holiday Parties Get AxedWhat will we crash this year??
  39. ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Makes CutbacksThose include layoffs. They already closed California sales offices.
  40. Hearst Cancels Holiday PartyUgh, now we’re going to have to crash the Condé Nast holiday party. And we’re always the only ones there who eat the food.
  41. TV on the Magazine
    Unsurprisingly, ‘Food Network’ Magazine Is As Fluffy As PaulaRecipes! We’ve got recipes!
  42. Food Journalism
    Hearst, Food Network Birth Fat MagazineDesigned around a cavalcade of Food Network stars, Hearst is hedging by including Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri, AND Paula Deen in the same publication.
  43. NewsFeed
    Hearst, MSN Venture to Challenge EpicuriousWill new and bigger trump older and deeper?
  44. They Waterboarded Christopher HitchensFinally, right? Plus, David Brooks thinks Goldman Sachs may be on the cusp of a coup, and the “summer of legal vindication” kicks off in our hump-day roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
  45. Now What’s All This About a Secret Lohan Sister?The ‘Post’ and ‘Daily News’ explain all. Plus, gossip about Barack and Michelle Obama, Madonna, and Kirsten Dunst in our daily column roundup.
  46. ‘Martha Wanted to Wash and Blow-dry the Chickens’Martha disrupts plans to make her seem like less of a perfectionist, Bear Stearns CEO Jimmy Cayne may face arrest (he’d better hide his stash!), and the FBI is slapping anyone who’s ever said the word “mortgage” with criminal charges, in our daily roundup of media, finance, real-estate and law news.
  47. Hearst Corp. CEO Victor Ganzi Is OutThe abrupt departure leaves former CEO Frank Bennack Jr. in charge.
  48. Print Organizations Band Together, But Who Will Remain on the Island?MEDIA • Print organizations make like Survivor: The New York Times, Hearst, Tribune, and Gannet form an alliance to back a new online company called quadrantONE. [USAT] • Star magazine makes no apologies for paying sources for scoops. In fact, “right underneath [Candace] Trunzo’s editor’s note in the current issue is an unbridled pitch with dollar signs around the edges.” [NYP] • Bad blood is brewing between Barron’s and CNBC after the publication ran a critical story about Mad Money’s Jim Cramer. [CJR]
  49. S.J.P. and M.B. Have a Spat on the C/EMatthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker got into a fight on the platform of the downtown C/E train at 23rd Street. Alpha Media head Kent Brownridge married Hearst publicity head Alexandra Carlin at the Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Artie Lange tried unsuccessfully to get four Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders to disrobe on the Howard Stern show. A lot of foodies showed up at the preview of Alain Ducasse’s wine-themed restaurant, Adour, in the St. Regis. Bruce Springsteen waited a half hour for a lunch table at the Turning Point in Long Branch. Cindy Adams says Heath Ledger once tried to avoid her by saying, “You people from the press are not nice to me,” but that he smiled while saying it. Liz Smith approves of the fact that Jenna Bush is getting married in Crawford, Texas, and not the White House.
  50. Is the Hearst Tower Really That Ugly? Actually, Yes.Robert Campbell of the Architectural Record is befuddled by the ugliness of the Hearst Tower. “It’s as if the Pentagon, with its usual deftness of touch, had confused its maps and located this chunk of military hardware in Manhattan instead of Florida,” he muses, adding that it that looks less like a building human beings go in and out of than an unfriendly “cage for a single massive object” or “the carton the real tower came in.” Certainly, he says, the Hearst is no “gherkin” — referring to the affectionate nickname Brits have given their Tower of London Norman Foster’s 30 St Mary Axe. “I haven’t yet heard an affectionate nickname for the Hearst,” he writes. Well, we can change that! Below, a few suggestions for renaming the Hearst building. 1. The Worst Tower 2. The Crinkle-Cut French Fry 3. 57th Street’s Flamboyant Hat 4. Marge Simpson’s Hairnet 5. The Jerks’ Tower 6. Basket of Jerks Oh, just kidding about those last two. Shout-outs to our peeps at Hearst! Why Foster’s Hearst Tower is no gherkin [Architectural Record] Related: New York’s Ugliest Buildings
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