Daily Beast Splits With Howard Kurtz After Erroneous Jason Collins Story 2 weeks ago
The Daily Beast has parted ways with its Washington bureau chief Howard Kurtz, after a column by Kurtz on openly gay NBA player Jason...
By Tim Kenneally
The Daily Beast absorbs the now tablet-only magazine even more with a name change
Newsweek's new digital cover art on its iPad edition is a video
Newsweek announced Thursday that it will lay off some editorial staff after promoting three top editors
He will also invest "considerably less" money in the news site and its sister newsweekly magazine.
The family of Sydney Harman will not invest in the money-losing magazine
Cindy Jeffers, a former Huffington Post executive, plans to finally launch apps for the 17-year-old online news site
Jaimie Etkin, former associate culture editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast will run the rebranded site
While the Daily Beast may reach profitability, the magazine holds the company back
Yahoo's Joe Pompeo jumps to New York-centered Capital while the Daily Beast makes a flurry of staffing moves
Lane, who worked at Forbes from 1991 to 1997, will oversee the print edition's editorial content
Tina Brown has generated a lot of buzz with her covers and redesign, but it does not appear to be helping the magazine's circulation overall
An in exclusive interview, the jailed detective/hacker tells the weekly pub, "I was ahead of my time"
The Daily Beast will subsume digital footprint of once-powerful weekly
Husband of Rep. Jane Harman died Tuesday of complications from acute myeloid leukemia
Magazine redesigned with Daily Beast editor at the helm; Harvey Weinstein gets a coverline
Pioneering blogger heads to 'Newsbeast,' taking the Daily Dish with him
Time Inc.'s Jack Griffin may have been the media industry's first casualty of a quaint business concept in the throes of redefinition
In an exclusive interview with TheWrap, the billionaire says he plans to refocus on growing the company while keeping it in the family
Tina Brown and co. to kill magazine's website; CEO Tom Ascheim to leave
Sidney Harman, Barry Diller form pact; Tina Brown returns to familiar role as a magazine editor, along with her Beast duties
A merger "should be done, but isn't quite," an individual close to the talks says. Under the deal, Tina would report to Diller and Harman
Will Barry Diller, Tina Brown and Sidney Harman quit the foreplay and finally come together?
Mega mergers that never happened, including Hollywood's whiff on Netflix
Talks between Sidney Harman, Barry Diller and Tina Brown break down
Founding editor says "there have been some interesting discussions going on"
The search is on for a new media columnist; here's a shortlist of candidates
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”