In his Media Equation column this week, The New York Times‘ David Carr looks at a strange footnote in the ongoing Anthony Pellicano wiretap trial in Los Angeles: The overlapping employment of Wayne Reynolds, who worked for both Pellicano and Condé Nast Publications.
As Carr writes, "Mr. Reynolds was first questioned by Read More
In Hollywood, the latest dance craze is a vindictive little Lindy done on the smoldering ruins of Michael S. Ovitz’s career. Since the announcement in early May that Mr. Ovitz was selling his star-crossed attempt at self-resurrection, Artists Management Group, to a similar company called the Firm, the former agent’s enemies-old and new-have kicked up Read More
Mark Golin, the new editor of Details magazine, wears Prada boots now, but he manages to make them look like he bought them at an Army-Navy store. He’s in Condé Nast all-black, but that’s a black baseball cap to cover what’s left of his hair and saggy polo shirt with the sleeves scrunched up. The Read More