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Dylan Byers

Another Round in Bout Between NYT and New York Mag

Since September, the New York Times Magazine has had New York magazine editor Adam Moss up against the ropes. Tuesday, Moss pulled a Micky Ward, taking Times op-ed giant Frank…

For Your Consideration, Hollywood Nut Jobs

Here’s an idea for this year’s Oscars: a montage of rants from celebrity nut jobs, narrated by Charlie Sheen. Sheen’s recent rant against Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck…

War for the Observer: Management Battles With Legacy

When Jared Kushner bought The New York Observer in 2006 from its benefactor and owner, Arthur Carter, New York City’s salmon-colored staple had been losing about $2 million dollars a…

Elizabeth Spiers and N.Y. Observer: Married in Hell?

The surprise appointment of former Gawker editor Elizabeth Spiers to lead the New York Observer may be more a marriage of necessity than a calculated part of the paper’s new…

Early Reactions to the AOL/HuffPo Deal Generally Favorable

Given the size of the $315 million deal that AOL made to purchase The Huffington Post and the impact the sale is likely to have on the future of the…

AOL's Armstrong: HuffPo Deal 'Feels More Like a Merger'

Everything in the media world on Monday seemed to revolve around AOL’s decision to purchase The Huffington Post for $315 million. Even Social Media Week, which kicked off on Monday,…

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