Digital revenue contributes just 6.6 percent to magazines' bottom lines
Andrew Sullivan is splitting his blog The Dish off into an independent, subscription-based service
Newsweek announced Thursday that it will lay off some editorial staff after promoting three top editors
Tina Brown told New York magazine in a new profile what it's like to edit the 80-year-old print giant
Businessweek predicted what the president will look like in four years — and it gives Tina Brown's aged Princess Diana cover a run for its...
Revenue climbed at IAC's media unit — but thanks to Newsweek, losses did too
Editor Tina Brown says of the end of Newsweek's print edition: "There was always a feeling and a knowledge we would be a digital company"
Former staffers say that Newsweek was swimming against the tide, but are not optimistic it can reinvent itself as a digital publication
He will also invest "considerably less" money in the news site and its sister newsweekly magazine.
It’s a rough quarter for the consumer magazine sector with ad pages dropping 8.2 percent
Newsweek shows readers what cover was passed over, and in this case it was condoms, naked women and a vibrator
NewsBeast executive editor Jane Spencer goes abroad on sabbatical as Deidre Depke takes her spot
Company spokesperson said the editorial department is being restructured
“You want a photo that makes her seem a little off? Make it out of her words.”
Company says Sidney Harman’s family is “solidly” committed to magazine and Daily Beast, and will appoint new board director in the wake of his death
“Watch this space. You’re going to see the whole magazine growing and enriching as the next year unfolds”
Editor talks about redesigned newsweekly with the ladies of “The View”
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
A $28 million-a-year loser joins a $10 million one; “inevitable” layoffs loom, and Newsweek’s digital staff is “in the dark”
Tina Brown and co. to kill magazine’s website; CEO Tom Ascheim to leave
Brown also indicated that the two publications would cross-pollinate, as opposed to becoming a single, fused staff
Barry Diller’s on the board of the Washington Post Company; why didn’t he buy Newsweek months ago? He let Sidney Harman pay the bill!