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Dylan Byers

Baby Fever Rules at Newsstands

Perhaps, for the first issue of her redesigned Newsweek, Tina Brown should have put a pregnant Natalie Portman on the cover instead of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. On Monday,…

NYT Mag’s Editors Not So Accessible After All?

There’s been a lot of hype over the redesigned New York Times Magazine, not least because the magazine’s new chief, Hugo Lindgren, decided to include an editor’s credit at the…

Looking to Win Over Regulators, News Corp. Might Spin Off Sky News (Updated)

As early as Thursday, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation could announce plans to split off Sky News in order to gain approval from U.K. regulators for its planned takeover of British…

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…

Tina Brown, Media Darling

Anyone outside of New York City’s media fishbowl could be forgiven for waking up last Monday and wondering what the heck some lady named Tina Brown was doing on the…

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…

'South-by' Shoot-Out

Three-and-a-half weeks before South by Southwest Interactive, Hashable, a real-time digital Rolodex service and entrant in this season’s social networking sweepstakes, is gearing up for the attack.“Basically, this is our…

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…

But Where Are the Nerds?

I learned two things at Social Media Week’s opening night party on Monday. The first is that The Macallan 10-year is an excellent scotch, with notes of sherry. Indeed, Ben…

The Rachel Sterne Papers

On November 6, 2009, Rachel Sterne gave a presentation at the TEDxEast conference in New York, an offshoot of the annual TED conference, which invites leading thinkers to share “world-changing”…

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