Both networks want the former governor to host.
So sayeth Deborah Needleman, former 'Domino' editor.
No one threatens to punch anyone this time, though.
The gay–meet-up iPhone app goes haywire when you enter.
The childishness continues.
A victory for the little guy who is obsessed with numbers!
After 40 years, she's leaving Condé Nast.
Way to kick a gal when she's down, Olbs.
Former nymag.com editor Jessica Coen will assume full control of the site after that.
A 'Vanity Fair' report about the society doyenne contains some pretty scathing material.
Who is, by the way, a vegetarian.
And how much will they offer to pay?
A gossip legend returns to the beat.
The new 'Hollywood Reporter' editor says she won't go commercial with the title, but it sounds like it won't quite be a trade, either.