A mile-high mystery!
Maybe not right this second. But, like, in general.
Also, people who used to work for 'Men's Vogue' have new jobs.
Probably because it's expensive and the White House doesn't want to look gauche.
Yesterday a blog item reported that the 'Daily News' owner is considering selling his paper to the News Corp. mogul. Today, an editorial by the former appears in the paper of the latter.
The public radio station will lay off four people and eliminate eleven unfilled positions. Senior staff will take a pay cut, as well.
The celebrity weekly will focus more on style. Also, several editors are out. That and the rest of today's media news.
Of all the top 25 newspapers in the country, only the 'Journal' grew in circulation this year; the New York 'Post,' however, lost more readers than any other paper on the list.
Yep, you read that right. There's a media job, everybody! A media job!
Sources say the blog could go dark any minute.
Two repo men set out on an epic journey in pursuit of a "lipstick-red" Jeep Cherokee.
Lalalalalala. The media can't hear you, bad news. Lalalala.
"I've got no desire to be an even bigger public enemy," he told reporters yesterday.
With just one week until Fashion Week, they must be insane.
But if he did know anything, he wasn't the only one who knew something and didn't do anything. Or something?
The company plans to close the largely New York-based Fashion and Retail group.
The awkward puberty of the media continues.
The only way it could hurt people was psychologically.
'At least 10' envelopes arrived at the paper's offices today, addressed to the paper's executives, beginning a Day of Terror.
'As god as my witness, I'll never go wrinkled again!'