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Charlie Warzel

Don't Expect Newsweek's Digital Covers to Be Any Less Provocative

Magazine will continue to use big-name covers to stay in the conversation

Last year, Newsweek editor Tina Brown confessed that Newsweek's print product cost roughly $42 million per year to ship, causing some to note that the magazine's shift to be digital-only would…

ESPN's Dynamic Wallpaper Ad Looks to Cure Banner Blindness

Wide-screen HD video, real-time results hope to draw audience, engagement

In the digital ad world, where static, unimaginative banner ads have been the standard unit for years, innovation is slowly breathing life into the drab and increasingly detested format. ESPN.com today (Friday,…

BuzzFeed Lands $19.3 Million Funding Round

Social news site hopes new cash will keep it dominant well past 2013

Just under a year after announcing its last big funding round, the ever-expanding BuzzFeed said Thursday morning that it has raised a $19.3 million round of Series D financing, led…

Andrew Sullivan and His Blog to Exit NewsBeast

The Dish to move back to its old domain with a new metered pay system

Andrew Sullivan and his team are going back to their humble blogging roots and leaving The Newsweek Daily Beast Co. to set up Dish Publishing, an independent company that will publish…

Best Newspaper Fails and Corrections of 2012 [Photo Gallery]

All the flubs that are fit to print

If you're like the rest of us, you probably made a lot of mistakes in 2012. No worries! You're only human. While your missteps over the past few years may…

The #momentforsandyhook Across the Internet

News orgs break non-stop Newtown coverage to pay respects to victims

In a news environment where incessant coverage of traumatic events is commonplace, news organizations and individuals across the U.S. and the world took a moment today to pause and reflect…

Online Publishers Plan a Moment of Silence for Sandy Hook Victims

Petition urges those on the Web to observe and abstain from email, social networks

Last January during the SOPA debates in Washington, many publishers and websites joined forces to black out their Web pages for a cause. Tomorrow, there's a similar plan for a…

Flipboard Launches for Android Tablets

Popular reader was previously only available on phones

Just in time for the holiday gadget rush, the popular social reader Flipboard announced today that it is rolling out its app in the Google Play store for Android tablet…

Jim Cramer's TheStreet.com Faces Accounting Fraud Charges [Updated]

SEC files suit against former CFO Eric Ashman

Digital finanical media company TheStreet—as well as three of its executives—have been charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission with accounting fraud for filing false financial reports and reporting fraudulent…

Great Hill Partners Acquire SheKnows.com

Growing women's media property no longer under Evolve Media umbrella

SheKnows.com, a women's lifestyle site, has been acquired by Great Hill Partners, a private equity firm specializing in high-growth companies.  Formerly under the umbrella of Evolve Media Corp., SheKnows.com was a…

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