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  1. media
    The Fall of TroyHearst hired a belligerent leader to disrupt its magazine business. Then fired him mid-disruption. Now it’s left with — what, exactly?
  2. playboy: 1953–2020
    Playboy Magazine Is Closing Down, Probably for GoodThe Philosophy comes to an end.
  3. media
    After the Fall of the Glossy Magazine, What’s Left of Condé Nast?Two years after Si Newhouse died (and Graydon Carter left), Anna Wintour and a new CEO map out the future they can afford.
  4. media
    Time Inc. Saw a Hopeful Future With Meredith. Now They’re Seeking a New Savior.Even as Meredith basks in the celebrity glow of its first Time 100 Gala on Tuesday, the company will be courting buyers for Time and other titles.
  5. the case against the media
    The Case Against the Media, by the MediaA damning self-examination, with some uplift thrown in.
  6. the future of purr-blishing
    Who Killed Cat Fancy?This was much more than another print-is-dead tale.
  7. The Future of Reading, According to LongformCan an app filled with aggregated content make both readers and writers happy?
  8. ink-stained wretches
    Boston Bomber Makes the Cover of Rolling StoneIt isn’t going over very well.
  9. Last Editor of Weekly Life Magazine DiesA trove of memories — and a chance to say “thank you” — disappeared last week.
  10. ink-stained wretches
    Columbia Journalism Review Loses Three Top EditorsOne left voluntarily, and two were laid off.
  11. just one little detail
    Ashton Kutcher May Have Committed a Federal Crime [Updated]The scene: ‘Details’ magazine.
  12. great divorces
    Jann Wenner Is Getting a DivorceNot from his husband. From his wife.
  13. pink-stained wretches
    What a Difference a Year Makes: The Observer’s Two Takes on Condé Nast Digital Guru Scott DadichSorry, Scott. You’re not Jesus-meets-Pele anymore.
  14. media metamorphoses
    AMI Buys OK! MagazineTime Inc. apparently dodged a bullet.
  15. bossy glossies
    Condé Nast Is Making Things Difficult at 1 WTCAlready!
  16. ink-stained wretches
    Paul Begala to Join NewsweekPlus, the magazine will move to the IAC Building.
  17. bossy glossies
    At One World Trade, Condé Nast Faces the Unthinkable: CUBICLESDun dun DUNNNN.
  18. ink-stained wretches
    Staff Shake-ups at the Newsweek Daily Beast CompanyOne managing editor leaves, and several people get promoted.
  19. party lines
    The ASME Awards: ‘No Offense, But Now I Understand Why None of You Guys Went Into Television’Last night was magazine-town’s big night out.
  20. ink-stained wretches
    Former U.S. Rep Jane Harman Appointed to Newsweek/Daily Beast BoardAfter the death of her husband, someone in the family was bound to take the role.
  21. ink-stained wretches
    Newsweek’s Future: Sidney’s Gone, What About Barry?Is the Harman half of the Newsbeast company the only one worried employees should be looking at?
  22. glossy posse
    Bomb Scare Evacuates Condé Nast Offices in Los Angeles Yesterday“Only in L.A.”
  23. upstart startups
    Did You Know Vice Employs 750 People in 34 Countries?That seems like a lot.
  24. the glossy posse
    McChrystal-Felling Rolling Stone Article Nominated for ASMEAlso, congrats to ‘Cooking Light’!
  25. stupid crime victim of the day
    If You Want to Get Paid $8 Million by Condé Nast, All You Have to Do Is AskAnna, you’ve been doing it the hard way.
  26. ink-stained wretches
    Tale of the Tape: The New Newsweek vs. the New New York Times MagazineHow do the new versions of the two storied newsmagazines match up?
  27. ink-stained wretches
    Edith Zimmerman Scores Monthly Column in New York Times MagazineYay Edith!
  28. ink-stained wretches
    Jack Griffin, the Controversial Ousted Time Inc. Chairman, Also Forced to Quit MPADouble whammy.
  29. ink-stained wretches
    ‘Ethicist’ Randy Cohen Out at New York Times MagazineAw, bummer.
  30. ink-stained wretches
    Tina Brown Scores Two MoreWayne Barrett and Peter Boyer are Newsweek’s newest hires.
  31. harper’s magazine
    MacArthur Unsure of What to Do With Public Donations for Harper’sNot even $30,000.
  32. ink-stained wretches
    Marty Peretz to Finally Give Up Editor-in-Chief Title at New Republic’Just’ in time!
  33. harper’s magazine
    Harper’s Union Members Now Begging for DonationsThis is getting to be unladylike.
  34. ink-stained wretches
    Stephen Drucker Out at Town & Country, Jay Fielden InThat was quick.
  35. ipad therefore i am
    Playboy Catalogue Will Be Available on the iPad — UncensoredAt long last you will be able to make nearby commuters uncomfortable on the subway.
  36. harper’s magazine
    Venerable Lefties at Harper’s Divided by UnionIn a strange, ironic endgame, liberal owner John R. MacArthur is fighting against a unionized staff.
  37. magazines
    Bon Appétit and Details Get New PublishersMore shifts at Condé Nast.
  38. the daily week
    Tina Brown Swipes Photo Editor Scott Hall From TLongtime ‘Time’ art director Arthur Hochstein has come on board as well.
  39. ipad therefore i am
    People Just Aren’t Buying Magazine iPad AppsWho is surprised by this?
  40. ink-stained wretches
    BWAHR’Forbes’ has lost its executive editor.
  41. ink-stained wretches
    Michelle Cottle Leaves New Republic to Work for Tina BrownAlso, turns out Blake Gopnik is headed to the Newsbeast.
  42. blog-stained wretches
    Huffington Post Steals Sunday Business Editor From New York TimesTimothy O’Brien will be national editor at the website.
  43. ink-stained wretches
    GQ Loses Two More Editors?It’s getting empty at the top over there.
  44. bromances
    Dave Zinczenko and Dan Abrams First Bonded Over Abrams’s ‘Ball Cancer’So romantic!
  45. ink-stained wretches
    Editor Franklin Foer Out at New Republic, Exec Editor Richard Just In?That’s what Howard Kurtz is tweeting.
  46. ink-stained wretches
    ‘It May Be Possible to Accommodate the Combined Newsweek and the Daily Beast Operations at the World-Class 18th Street IAC Building’Sidney Harman is teasing his new employees.
  47. ink-stained wretches
    Times Middle East Correspondent Dexter Filkins Jumps to The New YorkerHis new editor, David Remnick, says he’s “over the moon.”
  48. integration
    Magazines Now Just Attacking the Internet DirectlyA wise choice.
  49. your monthly gift
    Two Thirds of Monthly Magazines Have More Ad Pages Than Last Year’Vogue’ has recovered!
  50. ink-stained wretches
    How Magazines Really Work, From a Disgruntled Designer’s Perspective“Sleeping With the Boss” is two rungs above “Does All the Work, Gets No Credit, Tells Everyone About It.”
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