The presence of Tina Brown atop the Newsweek masthead has been nowhere more evident than on the cover of the magazine itself, from S & M to a very dead (and very photoshopped) Princess Diana. Love or despise Tina Brown’s cover-work, they’ve made people talk.
Surely, though, there have been more than a canceled ideas from that wellspring of manufactured, marketed scandal-making that didn’t pan out for whatever reason.
And today, we learn about one of those firsthand.
Magazines may only be on newsstands and coffee tables for a limited amount of time, but the best photos and layouts stay with us for much longer. The images may be shocking, gorgeous or simply make a point. And sometimes they even feature Brooklyn Decker. Regardless, here they are . . . The Year’s Read More
Data Mining, Sales
When Vanity Fair‘s March 2010 issue hit the newsstands, there was a fair bit of criticism that the actresses featured in the Annie Leibovitz-shot cover and photospread were, as Jezebel put it, “pretty, thin, female and white.”
Well, it turns out those characteristics do not necessarily sell magazines. Read More