Hearst taps new Woman’s Day editor as Harper’s Bazaar search drags on

Hearst has tapped a new top editor for Woman’s Day, even as it continues its search to replace Glenda Bailey in the top job at Harper’s Bazaar. Meaghan Murphy, an executive editor at Hearst-owned Good...

Ex-New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. files for divorce

Arthur “Pinch” Sulzberger, Jr. is divorcing his wife, Gabrielle Greene, after 5 ¹/₂ years of marriage, Media Ink has learned. Sulzberger, the 68-year-old retired publisher of The New York Times who was married once before,...

Ex-Newsweek owner dodges jail after pleading guilty in fraud scandal

A $35 million fraud and money-laundering scandal that ensnared Newsweek magazine and a small, California bible college wrapped up Friday with guilty pleas from two executives who had helped mastermind the scheme. Etienne Uzac, former...

This Bernie Sanders illustration really looks like Chevy Chase

Feel the Chase. An illustration of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted by Politico created a serious case of mistaken identity Tuesday night — as readers pointed out that the artwork looked more like former “Saturday...

Colin Kaepernick inks Audible deal for upcoming memoir

Quarterback-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick will collaborate with Audible on the audiobook of his forthcoming memoir and other projects, the company announced Thursday. The deal will let Audible exclusively release the audio version of the book —...

Suspect charged in shooting death of journalist Lyra McKee

A 52-year-old man has been charged in the shooting death of journalist and author Lyra McKee, who was killed in April 2019 in Northern Ireland, police announced Wednesday. The man, who was not identified, was...

Scandinavian Airlines pulls ad after online criticism

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Scandinavian Airlines has temporarily removed an online ad after criticism on social media, particularly from anti-immigration parties, that the video detracts from the region’s culture and history. The video, entitled “What is...

Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit may be on its way out

The Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit may be kaput. In 2014, longtime Vanity Fair Editor-in-Chief Graydon Carter decided to bring to life the New Establishment issue — which he had been producing since 1994 —...

Oscars ratings hit all time low in 2020

The biggest flop of the award show season? The award show itself. The Oscars made history for the smallest audience the show has ever received after a night of predictable wins and polarizing acceptance speeches. About...

Alice Mayhew, longtime Simon & Schuster editor, dead at 87

Alice Mayhew, the longtime Simon & Schuster editorial director who eschewed the spotlight while ushering through some of the biggest nonfiction blockbusters of the last 50 years, is dead at 87. She died peacefully...