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People magazine says Ryan Reynolds is sexiest man

Can life get much better for Ryan Reynolds? After all, he's married to Scarlett Johansson.


Tina Brown to Run Newsweek in Daily Beast Merger

Tina Brown to Run Newsweek in Daily Beast Merger

Tina Brown is back in the world of print. After a brief and interrupted dalliance, Newsweek, the 77-year-old magazine, and The Daily Beast, Ms. Brown’s two-year-old Web site, have decided to put their cultural differences aside and join forces.

Senh: This is a strange deal. I'm not sure if it's a win-win for both. It's more of a win for The Daily Beast. Newsweek is worth a lot more than The Daily Beast, but the merger would make both equal. The Daily Beast isn't gonna "power" Newsweek's growth because it only less than half of Newsweek's web audience. If anything, it'll be the other way around. Smells like the AOL/Time Warner deal during the internet's glory days, except in a smaller scale.


Magazine U.S. News to Discontinue Print Edition

Magazine U.S. News to Discontinue Print Edition

U.S. News & World Report will cease printing its monthly magazine in 2011, according to an internal memo from editor Brian Kelly posted on the journalism website's Romanesko blog.


'Glee' controversy won't die on

The controversial Glee photo shoot for the November cover of GQ has done wonders for at least one of the parties involved --, which received 33 million page views during the photos' first week on the site, Mediaweek reports.


Time Inc. CEO to step down

Ann Moore, the chief executive of Time Inc. -- the world's largest magazine publisher -- is stepping down from the company to be replaced by Jack Griffin, a group president of Meredith Corp., according to published reports.


Lindsay's Topless GQ Shoot

Troubled star found time to pose for GQ Germany amid her legal turmoil.


Playboy Goes 3-D

Playboy Goes 3-D

Playboy readers can only imagine what it would look like if a centerfold jumped right off the page -- unless they buy the new issue, which features a 3-D centerfold


Newsweek Is for Sale

Newsweek Is for Sale

The Washington Post Company announced Wednesday that it was putting Newsweek up for sale.


Magazines That Folded In 2009: Which Will You Miss?

2009 was a very rough year for magazines, with over 400 titles folding over the course of the year. Some were surprising, like the death of big Condé Nast brands including Portfolio, Gourmet, and Cookie; others went relatively unnoticed.

Below, see 25 magazines that folded in 2009 and vote for the ones you'll miss the most:


Hollywood Reporter sold to e5 Global Media

Film News: Billboard, Adweek, Backstage also acquired -- The Hollywood Reporter has been sold to e5 Global Media, a new company jointly owned by equity partner Pluribus Capital Management and financial services firm Guggenheim Partners.


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