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WSJ's launch... The Observer's New Glossy... A Solo Michelle Obama

The daily journalists at The Wall Street Journal have gotten a rude welcome to the slower pace of a quarterly glossy.

Anna's New Power... A Glam Recruit... Elle in Your Closet

Anna Wintour has finally made it, in the eyes of Vanity Fair at least.

AMI's Rescue Plan... Vogue Stays on Style... Rolling Stone's New Publisher

American Media Inc. is back in the headlines, but this time around it has nothing to do with the National Enquirer or John Edwards.

Alpha Media Man Down... Hachette's Home Closes...

Kent Brownridge steps down... No longer Home...

health magazine,

Health Returns... Filming Florent...

A look at Health... Converse's new ads...

Diesel Powers Into the Roaring Twenties

When Diesel launched its Fuel For Life fragrances a year ago, the masterbrand was portrayed as being so intoxicating that the it was as irresistible as drugs.


AMI News... Portfolio Strategy...

American Media Inc. has been on a roll.... Portfolio to stick with portrait covers?...

heather mills, joe dolce, models, fashion, british, tribune company

Help, I Need Somebody... Not Such a Good Idea... Still a Struggle...

Heather Mills help?.... No model certificates.... Tribune bleeds...

Game On!

As more and more women join the video game universe, beauty advertisers are looking to get in on the action, too.

Diddy, i am king

Combs Crowns New Men's Scent

By dubbing it I Am King, Sean Combs leaves no doubt as to his expectations for his latest men's fragrance.


Magazine Circulation Falls in Half

Newsstand sales drop.

rodale, Cindy McCain,

Broader Horizons... Here Today, Gone Tomorrow... Did They Serve Her a Bud?...

Vanity Fair's Elizabeth Saltzman has been given a new title at the magazine — one that will allow her more freedom to work on other projects.

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