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Topic: Newspapers, Magazines

Forbes Names Thomson, Bloomberg as Media’s Richest Moguls

Sorry, Team America. When it comes to the richest global media moguls, Canada reigns supreme, at least according to Forbes’ latest list of billionaires. Thomson Reuters heir and chairman David…

Now It's A Trend: Third Staffer Ankles The Daily

Yesterday, Adweek reported on a second defection from The Daily, Rupert Murdoch’s tablet newspaper. Well, three makes a trend, and that’s at least how many staffers The Daily has lost…

Murdoch's Daily Loses Jon Ward to HuffPo

The Daily only launched a month ago, but one of its staffers, political journalist Jon Ward, is already jumping ship for The Huffington Post. He’s one of six new hires,…

Playboy Spanks Parents (Magazine)

Talk about tough times for magazines. Meredith’s Parents thought a trade campaign comparing itself to Playboy would be a fun way to help it sell advertising, but Playboy’s legal department…

Another Round in Bout Between New York Times 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…

New York Poaches a Big Fish From The Times

In the latest round of New York media poaching, Frank Rich has cut 30 years worth of ties with The New York Times to jump to New York magazine. In announcing…

Sniping Over Griffin’s Firing Continues

Harvard Business Review has joined the mud-slinging over former Time Inc. CEO Jack Griffin’s firing, in a blog post, “Jack Griffin’s Ouster: Lessons from a Failed ‘Change Agent.’”  Griffin came…

People Love 'People'

A month after topping 1 billion Web pageviews (Omniture), People says it's become the first celebrity magazine to surpass 1 million Facebook fans, which it claims is one of the…

Media Ownership Rules in Limbo

The Prometheus Radio Project was back in court Thursday, hoping to convince a panel of three federal judges to crank-up the way back machine and reverse the Federal Communications Commission's…

Griffin's Controversial Masthead Diktat Reversed

The mastheads that ousted Time Inc. CEO Jack Griffin ordered all the company's magazines to run in every issue are starting to disappear. In the scheme of things, the masthead requirement…

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