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Topic: Newsweek

Tunku Varadarajan Leaves Newsweek Global

Three months into its experiment as an all-digital publication, Newsweek Global is losing one of its remaining big-name journalists, Tunku Varadarajan, who is stepping down as editor. Varadarajan had been the…

10 Great Moments in Web Journalism Besides Deadspin's Te'o Scoop

From Favre to Bubba to FarmVille, the big stories that put pubs on the map

Brett Favre’s penis was certainly a big deal, so to speak. But Manti Te'o’s imaginary/made up dead girlfriend has thrust Gawker Media's Deadspin into the spotlight like never before. As of…

Newsweek Unveils Its First Animated Cover

After shutting down print, newsweekly embraces GIF and animated Internet culture

Freed from the chains of print, Newsweek is continuing its streak of digital firsts to raise eyebrows for its tablet edition, whose Jan. 11 edition will feature an animated cover…

Time Cuts Back in 2013

In unusual step, weekly will publish three double issues

In an unusual step for Time, the newsweekly is publishing three fewer issues this year, for a total of 48. Time usually only had one double issue, its year-end Person…

Tom Wolfe Strikes Familiar Chords

Author slightly repetitive in Newsweek feature

Newsweek trumpeted its first digital cover story by Tom Wolfe as his return to Wall Street, a quarter century after his classic The Bonfire of the Vanities. But Wolfe actually…

Don't Expect Newsweek's Digital Covers to Be Any Less Provocative

Magazine will continue to use big-name covers to stay in the conversation

Last year, Newsweek editor Tina Brown confessed that Newsweek's print product cost roughly $42 million per year to ship, causing some to note that the magazine's shift to be digital-only would…

Andrew Sullivan and His Blog to Exit NewsBeast

The Dish to move back to its old domain with a new metered pay system

Andrew Sullivan and his team are going back to their humble blogging roots and leaving The Newsweek Daily Beast Co. to set up Dish Publishing, an independent company that will publish…

Newsweek's Last Issue

Magazine says farewell to print

Newsweek went out with a vintage photo of its old midtown New York headquarters for the last issue it’ll publish in print before going digital-only in 2013. In a nod to…

This Is What Newsweek's Digital Future Will Look Like

NewsBeast Labs team creating, teaching digital journalism

It's been quite a year for Newsweek. As the magazine plans for its transition to a digital-only future, you can count the remaining print editions of the storied publication on one…

NewsBeast Layoffs Begin

Daily Beast explores paid options

It's got to be a sad day at the Newsweek Daily Beast Co., where the layoffs that have been expected since the company announced it would fold the dead-tree edition…

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