The prelude to war with Iraq has been music to the ears of Time, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report, which in recent months have posted gains after double-digit declines since 1999. Even upstart…
Cable news channel MSNBC may have taken a hard swing to the right, but the left is punching back.
The Grinch may have come early this year at Time Inc. In FYI, the company's internal newsletter, this month, CEO Ann Moore is asked in a Q&A if the company should expect more cost-cutting.
The New York Times will soon put on its best face for cable. With the DiscoveryTimes channel skedded to bow March 25, the joint venture has named Times reporter Sheryl WuDunn as the host of daily…
Alarmed by dire safety warnings from the Pentagon, TV news networks are talking with each other about pulling all correspondents out of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad in the coming days or weeks -…
Red Herring has gone belly up. The privately held tech mag that was a pivotal chronicler of the Internet era called it quits Friday after it couldn't find a buyer.
No more commuting for outgoing CNN topper Walter Isaacson. Though there were rumors in his hometown Bronxville, N.Y., that the new CEO of the Aspen Institute would be jumping back and forth to Foggy…
GQ editor Art Cooper is heading for the door after 20 years, and his editing philosophy looks likely to follow him. But as traditional mens titles like GQ and Playboy retool to rival so-called…
ABC News vet Sam Donaldson won't be crossing over to cable. Discussions between the former "This Week" co-anchor and New Jersey-based MSNBC have broken down.
"Good Morning America" scored on its date with "The Bachelorette" last week.
Seems the White House may have wanted to debate Iraqi president Saddam Hussein after all. Bushies and CBS had a diplomatic meltdown Wednesday over Dan Rather's rare and exclusive sit-down with Saddam…