Vapor gossip: If it’s okay with you, this will be the last post I make regarding Hearst’s pre-development of a vaporzine.
Disclosure: Unlike in the past, Vanity Fair is bending over backwards to disclose (however, in frog-hair type) any connections someone at the magazine may have with the Hollywood power-brokers on its “New Establishment” list. (Personal disclosure: The fact that I’m not adding any snide comment to this post has nothing to do with my friendship […]
Product placement not good, say Volvo-driving journalism profs: In an apparent effort to undermine their Abercrombie-clothes-wearing students’ chances of ever getting jobs in their major, 61 journalism and law professors sent a letter today to the American Society of Magazine Editors (based in “I love New York“) asking it to enact new rules to require […]
Top 300 Magazine Report: Advertising Age has released its annual list of the top 300 revenue-grossing magazines. The article is available online via a free registration. You can download a 5-page PDF of the report by clicking here. (via Resource Shelf)
The accidental Nashville weblog: On Slashdot.org (or, was we call it around here, /.), there’s a huge debate raging regarding the ethics and legality of the “I Found Some of Your Life” weblog. The premise of the weblog is this: Someone finds a digital media card containing 227 photos. The finder decides to post one […]