Sony Electronics this week will debut the Bravia Smart Stick, a $150 plug-in adapter for its current-generation HD televisions based on the Google TV software for running interactive TV apps. But the…
Maxim Magazine may be headed to television. The men’s magazine has been sold to a media group led by Calvin Darden, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The Darden Media Group aims to…
Less than a week after it appeared online, New York Times Magazine article “Sleep-away Camp for Postmodern Cowboys” has landed at Universal Pictures. Scott Stuber was competing for rights to the…
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Dr. Mehmet Oz is heading to a newsstand near you, thanks to a partnership with Hearst Magazines. The media company and daytime talk doc today announced their plans to pilot a lifestyle magazine…
NBCUniversal's Esquire network said it would launch September 23, kicking off with a two-hour special commemorating the 80th anniversary of the magazine. The nascent cabler also unveiled two more…
Back before her 1986 breakthrough, "Control," then-teenage Janet Jackson was still mostly known as Michael's Little Sister.
IAC chairman Barry Diller says that "it was a mistake" to buy Newsweek, and even expressed doubts about the viability of the 80-year-old news weekly that went to a digital only format last year. In…
Lionsgate is taking a literal page from high-end glossy magazines like "Capitol File," "Ocean Drive," "Gotham," "Los Angeles Confidential," and the newest "Du Jour," as it starts promoting "The…
Time Warner, it seems, ran out of time for Time. The conglom on Wednesday announced plans to unload its publishing division, a move that comes as other film and TV congloms are also shedding print…
After 19 years, Stephen Sondheim's most terrifying villain is back from the dead. No, not Sweeney Todd and not those bloody Assassins. It's Fosca who lives again, in this CSC revival of "Passion"…
The Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce has provided A-list fodder for fanzines in the past two weeks, a vivid supermarket-line reminder that, even in the digital age, celeb magazines are still a force.