Walt Disney Co. has hired a former Nickelodeon and Newsweek executive to run its ABC Family cable network.
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by Wesley J. Smith Belgium is on the cusp of allowing children to be euthanized. Newsweek interviewed a euthanasia zealot and professor (of course!) who already discusses with her children the prospect of their one day being killed. From the story: Jutte van den Werff Ten Bosch has already had the talk with her 10-year-old…
Any advertising that’s in the new print edition Newsweek will be “icing,” says editor Jim Impoco. “Basically, we’ll charge consumers more than it costs us to produce it.” (The price hasn’t been set yet.) (adage.com) Does Capital New York face being TBD’d? “Within 18 months we’ll know whether or not this is on … Read More
The magazine gods they giveth, and the magazine gods they taketh away. Just days after New York Magazine announced that they are cutting back to only two editions a month, Newsweek has announced plans to return to a weekly edition, starting in January or February. Read more...
Let’s say I had a business. And for awhile, millions of people were buying what I was selling every week. My product was practically an American institution, a staple in dentist offices from sea to shining sea for nearly 80 years. Good times! But then, people’s interest in said product began to decline drastically...
Gerry Adams’ ‘let me put this as sensitively I can’ mannered bombshell on NewsTalk (that’s Newsweek to Gerry, BTW – Ed] this morning, ie that the two deaths were the victims own faults. It did achieve one thing for the cause of a united Ireland. It persuaded Talkback to run a live or near live feed into […]
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Newsweek, which ceased publication at the end of 2012, will be revived by its new owner next year. According to The New York Times, Newsweek’s editor-in-chief, Jim Impoco, said the magazine will return in January or February as a 64-page weekly edition, and that it will be more […]
The New York Times Physically, Newsweek’s coming back. It will cost more and have fewer ads. On Tuesday, Christine Haughney reported in The New York Times that one year after printing its last edition with the above cover, the weekly … Read more
Newsweek to resurrect print edition: report (via AFP) International current affairs magazine Newsweek plans to relaunch its print edition in early 2014, just over one year after ceasing publication to focus on its website, the New York Times reported Tuesday. Newsweek editor in chief Jim Impoco was quoted…
LAPD numbers dropping. Driver gets ticket for Google Glass. First Wienerschnitzel added to monument registry. Newsweek to resume print. "The Goldfinch" back on top. A warning about visits to Paul Walker death site. George Lewis in the green room. Plus more.
Newsweek's announcement that it is resurrecting its print edition is probably the most dramatic sign yet that digital-only ad models predicated on free content were a disastrously wrong turn for legacy news organizations. Indeed, for these legacy organizations, it's the free-content idea—even more than print—that's really gasping for breath. Show More Summary
Newsweek, which has been sold twice in the last three years, will to begin a 64-page weekly edition in January or February.
For some strange reason, IBT Media, which purchased Newsweek in August, is bringing the print version back. The New York Times reported that Newsweek will be a weekly publication dependent on subscribers — who’ll pay more than in the past — to stay afloat. Show More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Newsweek Plans Return to Print (NYT) Newsweek, the struggling weekly magazine that ceased print publication last year, plans to turn the presses back on. The magazine expects to begin a 64-page weekly edition in January or February, said Jim Impoco, Newsweek’s editor-in-chief. Show More Summary
With everyone having access to internet these days, and with smartphones and tablets seeing a higher rate of adoption, it made sense for publications to start offering a digital copy of their newspapers or magazines alongside with print copies as well. Show More Summary
Newsweek stopped producing print copies over a year ago, but it's coming back. The magazine expects to begin a 64-page weekly edition in January or February, said Jim Impoco, Newsweek’s editor in chief. Mr. Impoco said in an interview...Show More Summary
Newsweek ended the print edition of the paper at the end of 2012 under the leadership of Tina Brown, but starting early next year the long-running magazine will be pumping out physical copies again, but don't expect the old Newsweek, because according to the paper's editor-in-chief, it's going to be more of a subscriber-driven "premium product" this time around.
It seems that increasing print output is suddenly in vogue. On the same day that Newsweek announced it was returning to print, The Week declared that it was increasing the number of issues it publishes next year from 48 to 51. Yes, it’s...Show More Summary
Jim Chanos — who famously shorted Enron before the company collapsed — has a new "large" short position in CGI Group, Newsweek's L ynnley Browning reports. CGI Federal, a wholly owned subsidiary of CGI Group, is the company behind the high-profile bungling of Healthcare.gov. Show More Summary