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People Hits Newsstand Gold With Royal Baby Cover

Last week, Time Inc.'s People scored a major victory (in the world of celebrity weeklies, at least) by publishing a full-page photo of Kate Middleton and her

Celeb Media Prepares for Royal Baby ‘Blowout’

Royal milestones are proven cash cows for celebrity weeklies: Between newsstand sales, special issues and features, the magazine industry raked in an estimated $31 million from the Royal Wedding in 2011.

European Magazines Are Struggling in the U.S. Market

Once upon a time, the hottest kind of publisher to be in the U.S. was a European one. Companies like Bonnier, Dennis, Emap, Bauer and Hachette Filipacchi established footholds in the States with buzzy titles, made big acquisitions and touted cross-Atlantic success of the Euro business model (heavy on newsstand sales, light on subscriptions).

Hollywood.com Plans Overhaul

There's no shortage of celebrity news on the Web, but Michelle Lee, Hollywood.com's new senior vice president of content and editorial director, said she plans to go after a hole in the market by expanding the site's coverage to entertainment industry news.