's Top 10 Press Stories of 2011

Controversies, resurrections, CMS troubles, and lots of Tina Brown

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Here are the 10 most-read press stories published on in 2011:


  1. 'Psychology Today' Asks Why Black Women Aren't Pretty

    Controversial piece draws fire, is deleted

    By Gabriel Beltrone

    Mental health bimonthly Psychology Today came under fire Monday after it published a blog post by Dr. Satoshi Kanazawa titled "Why Are African-American Women Less Physically Attractive Than Other Women?"

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  2. Magazines Pull Back on Tablet Bells and Whistles

    Why it's back to basics for some publishers

    By Lucia Moses

    When the iPad launched, magazines rushed to shovel expensive rich-media features into their tablet editions.



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