Mort Zuckerman

Facetime: Swanky Events Kick Off the Summer

The media world kicked off summer with soirees in Cannes, France. Back stateside, magazines, TV networks and more welcomed the heat.

Daily News, AMI Face Prolonged Displacement

While most of the New York publishing world is back to business as usual after struggling during last week's Hurricane Sandy, tabloid publisher American Media Inc.

After Newsweek, U.S. News Offers Different Model

While the pundits ponder the future of a digital-only Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report offers a different lesson for magazine publishing.

Convey Out at ‘Daily News’—Ex-‘News of the World’ Editor to Replace Him

New York Daily News editor in chief Kevin Convey is getting the boot, according to a staff memo from the tabloid’s owner, Mort Zuckerman, which was published this afternoon by Capital New York. Effective Jan.

Firings, Takeover Rumors at the ‘New York Daily News’

The New York Daily News might have moved to upgraded digs recently, but the New York Post’s Keith Kelly is keeping speculation alive that owner Mort Zuckerman could be on the verge of handing the reins over