Will Kent Brownridge reenter the magazine business along with Quadrangle Group by winning the bid for the Dennis Publishing trio of titles for sale: Maxim, Stuff and Blender?
— May 23, 2007
New York magazine will reverse the usual print-to-Web trajectory by spinning off some of its online fashion coverage into a semiannual magazine.
— May 22, 2007
The first half of this year looked positive overall for most fashion magazines, as some rebounded off of soft year-ago periods while others kept their momentum after strong performances.
— May 21, 2007
GQ pulled a fast one on its readers in its May issue.
— May 19, 2007
Vanity Fair editor in chief Graydon Carter's love of Hollywood is about to undergo a new test: Jeff Bridges will play Carter, renamed Clayton Harding, in the film adaptation of onetime Vanity Fair contributor Toby Young's book.
— May 18, 2007
Vanity Fair is about to get its own fictional treatment - up to a point.
— May 17, 2007
Isabella Blow's funeral Tuesday in Gloucestershire, England, was as over the top as her style and friends said she would have loved it.
— May 16, 2007
Now that Candace Bushnell's novel "Lipstick Jungle" has spawned a TV series — NBC revealed at its upfronts on Monday the soap would begin airing on Sunday nights.
— May 15, 2007
It's debatable whether Us Weekly has the right to claim a higher rate of accuracy than its celebrity weekly competitors, but no one seems to have a leg up on the other in terms of the number of fact-checkers.
— May 14, 2007
Us Weekly has caused yet another stir within the celebrity weekly category with an attack on its competition.
— May 11, 2007
Things have changed at American Media Operations Inc., now that it has finally released its financials for the quarter ended June 30, 2006 and its restated numbers for 2005.
— May 10, 2007
Like her paramour, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie is quietly cashing in on her image in Asia, where she will soon appear in ads for Shiseido.
— May 9, 2007