Time Warner to Spin Off Time Inc. After Meredith Talks Fall Apart 11 weeks ago
Time Warner will spin off Time Inc., the nation’s largest magazine publisher, by year’s end, the conglomerate announced on...
By Lucas Shaw
Chris Connelly replaces Dave Karger, who greeted Oscar guests on the red carpet at the last two ceremonies
Entertainment Weekly is expected to be part of a deal to spin off Time Inc.'s package of female-oriented titles to the Meredith Corporation
Ken Tucker is the second longtime critic to exit the magazine
Lisa Schwarzbaum is moving to new ventures after 22 years with the magazine
The New York Post reports that Time also eliminated annual pay raises for staffers
Geoff Boucher, the veteran Los Angeles Times reporter who recently left the newspaper, will join Entertainment Weekly
America's critics fall over each other trying to sink Peter Berg's "Battleship"
"You don't get a mulligan on homophobia," writes the columnist, who is married to award-winning playwright Tony Kushner
Jeff Jarvis' hashtag becomes a trending topic on Twitter over the weekend
Picking the right project will take the "Castle" star from a geek god to bankable star
Television editor trades trade for consumer publication
Ray Chelstowskia nnounces he's leaving the magazine; no successor named
Special primetime show will feature cast reunions for "West Wing," "Will and Grace," "Back to the Future," others
The comedy legend will join the "Glee" club in the late fall
Promo for new and old fall shows -- and for Pepsi Max -- will appear in EW's Fall Preview issue.
And persistent rumors to the contrary, Time Warner says the magazine will still publish.
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama