This is a surprise.
This fits into two recent media trends.
The much-loved monthly magazine, whose tagline was "Signs of Life in Music, Film and Culture," is no longer displaying signs of life.
It's the end of an era for the magazine.
But the stereo magnate sees himself now as an institution builder.
He'll write a column for 'Newsweek''s direct competitor every other week.
He believes he's leaving the magazine in good hands.
The veteran 'Elle Decor' editor will take over for her longtime rival, outgoing 'Digest' editor Paige Rense Nolan.
It is “highly likely” that the magazine company will move downtown in 2013.
Plus, who will take over for Jon Meacham?
According to Politico, the longtime editor will leave after the sale of his baby.
The staff of the beleaguered magazine is heaving a sigh of relief today.
May your commute never be without a stimulating printout again.
The leading alternative involves combining back offices with the 'National Enquirer.'
Twenty-three-year-old lived in Queens before moving to North Carolina.
The rival company offered $210 million for the whole brand.
But as far as punny headlines go, the media's been putting in a poor showing.
You'll have to buy the magazine, or if that's too retro, get the iPad app.
One of them may be "an overseas investor — perhaps Carlos Slim."