The editorial staff rebels when they learn their editor has “developed a relationship” with the subject of an interview she is preparing with the recently-retired chairman of one of the world’s largest companies. Sex. Betrayal. Ethical delimma. Power. Success. Tragedy. Failure. And the Wall Street Journal, not the New York Post, breaks it. Quote: Mr. […]
Tennessee lawmakers float a tax plan that includes a tax on advertising. I’ll post more on this later, along with my prediction of what will happen if its passes.
First, a giant tobacco company decides to stop advertising in magazines, then liquor ads take some of their magazine ad dollars to the airwaves. That can mean only one thing: scary articles in Adage.
Adweek runs its annual magazine report, including Adweek’s “Magazine Hot List” for 2002.