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Cosmo Changed The World-& This Is How Joanna Coles Changed Cosmo

Two years ago, when Joanna Coles took over at the helm of Cosmo , the wildly successful, globally dominant women's magazine that revolutionized the way we talk about sex, David Carr at The New York Times wondered if she could keep newsstand sales up and if she could find a way to develop a real web presence for the magazine . Oh, and New York magazine referred to the title as a "disciplined cash cow of factoid-y female empowerment."


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, BuzzFeed, Journalism

Sun Sep 14, 2014

McCarthy: 'The most offensive of the president's derelictions involves Benghazi'

While the select Benghazi Committee will hold its first open hearing this week , using congressional powers to try to answer lingering questions about the 2012 Benghazi attack, Andrew McCarthy spoke with WND on Sunday and told WND that President Obama's most destructive dereliction of duty involves Benghazi. Andrew McCarthy, a New York Times bestselling author, Fox News analyst, contributing editor at National Review, former adviser to the deputy secretary of defense, and former chief assistant U.S. attorney in New York did not hold back on how he views the President's worst scandal that led to the deaths of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, Startups, IGN Entertainment, News Corporation, Century Media Records, Television, Ottaway Newspapers, FOX News Network, Music

Air France message to pilots, patrons: 'let them eat cake'

Only early this afternoon, when I had fortuitously come upon a news article in the front section of the Sunday New York Times did I become aware even of the possibility of a disruption in our plans for a two-week holiday. The Times, even with a deadline some 15 hours earlier than my reading of it, seemed pretty certain there would be no Air France flights on the day we were scheduled to fly out of JFK.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media

Hottest Articles on from 9/7/2014 - 9/14/2014

Below are's most popular articles from 9/7/2014 - 9/14/2014. Catch up below on anything that you might have missed from the past week! Sylvia Day 's Latest Novel, CAPTIVATED BY YOU, to Hit Bookstores, 11/18 by BWW News Desk - September 08, 2014 NEW YORK, Sept.


Related Topix: Random House, Publishing, Media, The Sleeping Beauty

News Max

NYT Op-Ed: Assault Weapons Ban Failed to Curb Gun Violence

The battle to end gun violence in America has been erroneously focused on banning assault weapons - though more citizens are killed with handguns - and should be on eliminating the conditions that lead to such activity, according to an op-ed piece in The New York Times. "We spent a whole bunch of time and a whole bunch of political capital yelling and screaming about assault weapons," New Orleans Mayor Mitchell Landrieu told Lois Beckett, a ProPublica reporter who writes about gun violence, for the piece.


Related Topix: Violent Crime, Publishing, Media, Criminal Defense Law, Law, Opinion

American Thinker

What Jodi Rudoren Didn't Tell You

It must have been a very slow news day at the New York Times's Jerusalem bureau. It's chief, Jodi Rudoren, however, may have felt it necessary to run something anything she could think of to avoid breaking the daily parade of articles promoting the paper's attitudes of antipathy toward Israel and sympathy toward the Palestinians.


Related Topix: Israel, Publishing, Media, World News, Middle East, Palestinian Territories


Is Microsoft Buying Minecraft for $2B?

The New York Times cited "people briefed on the discussions" as saying Microsoft is in advanced talks with creator Markus Persson, the brains behind the wildly popular game. In case you aren't familiar with Minecraft, it's a game about breaking and placing blocks and it's not just kids who love it.


Related Topix: Minecraft, Video Games, Microsoft, Startups, Publishing, Media, The, Deep Silver, X360

Sat Sep 13, 2014


Mark Sanford's Fiancee Found Out About Split From Facebook Post

The former fiancee of Rep. Mark Sanford found out about the engagements' severance the same way the rest of the world did: by reading a lengthy Facebook post from the former governor of South Carolina. "I learned it from the press today," Maria Belen Chapur told The New York Times .


Related Topix: Mark Sanford, US Governors, South Carolina, Media, Publishing, Wedding, US News, US House of Representatives, Anthony Weiner, Democrat, US Politics, Republican, Representative Christopher John Lee

American Journalism Review

U.S.: Dona t Step on Freedom of the Press Abroad

Secretary of State John Kerry recently met in Jidda, Saudi Arabia to mobilize Arab nation support for the U.S.-led effort to destroy the Sunni extremist group that is known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria . The result was a joint communiquA© issued by the U.S. and 10 Arab states that supports several strategic activities.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, Journalism

Syringe attack at airport raises fears of weaponized Ebola virus

Fears over weaponized Ebola virus are escalating after a federal air marshal was stabbed with a syringe recently while traveling through an airport in Lagos, Nigeria. The New York Times reports that the man, who may have been a target of bioterrorism, was rushed back to Houston, Texas, and evaluated, thankfully with no signs of Ebola infection.


Related Topix: Nigeria, Publishing, Media, World News, US News, US Federal Bureau of Investigation, University of Pittsburgh

Detroit Free Press

Joan Rivers' death inquiry roiled by conflicting leaks

Why did Joan Rivers have a medical crisis in a New York endoscopy clinic that led to her death last week? We still don't know, but unnamed leakers are churning the waters in the ongoing investigation.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, Startups, News, IGN Entertainment, Television, Ottaway Newspapers, Fox Filmed Entertainment, FOX News Network


Twitter Helps Land South Korean Spy Chief in Jail

Tweeting has famously landed people in heaps of trouble: In fact, nine months ago, it got PR pro Justine Sacco fired and thrown into social-media no man's land. But getting thrown into jail? Thank you for not doing that , America.


Related Topix: Twitter, Publishing, Media, Park Geun-hye

I4U Future Technology News

New York Times: Apple Secretly Met with Banks for Apple Pay

According to a new report from the New York Times , Apple held top-secret meetings with JPMorgan Chase and other banks for Apple Pay. That was in January 2013.


Related Topix: Apple, Startups, Publishing, Media, Banking, JP Morgan Chase , Jefferson Pilot Corporation, Insurance, Visa, Financial Services, Travelers Express Company

Fri Sep 12, 2014

WCAX-TV Burlington

Shumlin leads Milne by 10 points in new poll

The survey by the New York Times and CBS News shows incumbent Democrat Peter Shumlin with 45 percent support to 35 percent for Republican Scott Milne. The gap has narrowed by 15 points since the poll was last done in July.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, CBS, Television, Showtime Networks, Ottaway Newspapers, Fox Filmed Entertainment, FOX News Network

Business Journal

Heathman sale could actually portend solid economic conditions in Portland

At least one Portland lodging industry observer believes today's news that the Heathman Hotel Portland is on the sales block portends good news for the city's inn operators. Len Bergstein , who's represented lodging interests in the city as part of his lobbying work, said national companies are likely to be very interested in a potentially hot Portland property.


Related Topix: Portland, OR, Publishing, Media


'American Psycho' Off-Broadway musical killed after commercial backers pull out

The planned Off-Broadway run for the American Psycho musical was pronounced dead on Friday after the commercial backers and rights holders mysteriously pulled the plug. Carole Rothman, Second Stage Theater artistic director, revealed that the backers, Act 4 Entertainment, pulled the rights without explanation, The New York Times reports.


Related Topix: Arts, Theater, Publishing, Media

The Real Deal

Rental subsidy program hit with budget cuts

Under the $400 million-a-year program, low- and middle-income tenants are able to pay for apartments in private New York City properties. The city Department of Housing and Preservation will now rescind dozens of vouchers, and has stopped issuing new ones.


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'Saturday Night Live' gets another shakeup as Michael Che joins 'Weekend Update'

Lorne Michaels teased that there would be a lot of changes for the upcoming 40th season of Saturday Night Live and he's delivered on that promise. There will be a change at the Weekend Update desk, but not the one we were all hoping for.


Related Topix: Lorne Michaels, Publishing, Media, Seth Meyers


Artist Creating A "Smell Map" Of New York

What's the scent of New York? "A warm, musty smell that comes from the cellar," mostly, according to artist Kate McLean. With a few volunteers, she's on a quest to create a Smell Map of the city, as she's already done for Amsterdam, Milan and Edinburgh.


Related Topix: New York, Publishing, Media, Life, Fruits, Food


Why won't China get the iPhone 6 on launch day?

There is no announced launch date for the iPhone 6 in China, but it's certain to be later than September 19, when the device goes on sale in the United States and Western Europe. Some are pointing to regulatory issues as the reason for the delay, but there are other possibilities.


Related Topix: iPhone, Publishing, Media


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