Why is the 'Times' so hot for the Snuggie all of a sudden?
Starting on Monday with sections on Brooklyn and New Jersey, the Paper of Record is coming to you.
They sold photos to British tabloids of her in her home against her wishes, apparently.
Today's bad media news includes the death of a 150-year-old newspaper, and the shrinkage of one of fashion's most powerful brands.
The New York 'Times' will only publish twelve issues of it this year, down from fifteen.
That they're not the greedy catwomen they play on the Internet. They're a totally different kind of greedy catwomen.
And more grim news from the struggling media industry.
Let's be honest, we just wanted to use the word "mire."
The 'Times' columnists duel, using metaphors as weapons.
Remember how that goes? If you don't have a chair to sit in when the music stops, you … are … out!
Nobody had to pay any money or retract any stories, but there are a lot of STATEMENTS to be made.
The old media is too busy with important things to even remember the stories that new media broke.
Every one of our major papers ranks in the top fifteen most-visited newspaper websites in the country.
But neglects to ask the most important question.
Today in media: a few losses here, a few gains there.
So we'll have one newspaper, at least.
"I've got no desire to be an even bigger public enemy," he told reporters yesterday.
"Literally hundreds of thousands of sections, all in one newspaper!"