Tag Archives: magazines

Newsweek Goes Digital-Only

Not very surprising. From Tina Brown: We are announcing this morning an important development at Newsweek and The Daily Beast. Newsweek will transition to an all-digital format in early 2013. As part of this transition, the last print edition in the United States will be our Dec. 31 issue. Meanwhile, Newsweek will expand its rapidly growing tablet and online presence, …

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National Review Alters DNC Photo

The cover of the latest issue of the right-wing National Review features an altered DNC photo to make it appear that delegates are waving “abortion” signs. In fact, the signs read “Forward.” After complaints, the National Review issued a response: The image used on the cover and the contents page of the October 1, 2012, issue of National Review, in …

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The Latest Issue Of Newsweek

Newsweek has launched another in its recent string of provocative covers, resulting in denouncements from many journalists. The magazine has created a Twitter hashtag to invite discussion of the cover, but that seems to have backfired on them.

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POLAND: Catholic Church Launches Magazine About Exorcisms

The Polish Catholic Church has launched the world’s first magazine exclusively devoted to exorcisms. By popular demand. Seriously. “The rise in the number or exorcists from four to more than 120 over the course of 15 years in Poland is telling,” Father Aleksander Posacki, a professor of philosophy, theology and leading demonologist and exorcist told reporters in Warsaw at the …

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Concerned Women Are Concernstipated About Filthy Cosmopolitan Magazine

Concerned Women for America write: Ladies, whether you’re my age, older, or younger, stop reading that filth! Don’t fill your heads and thought lives with the pages of Cosmopolitan magazine. The hyped-up “articles” amount to little more than cheap marketing — shock value, nothing more. So take your hard-earned money — and what’s left of your innocence — and walk …

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The End Of Spin Magazine?

It appears that the next issue of Spin Magazine may be its last. The next issue, dated September/October and featuring the rapper Azealia Banks on the cover, will come out in late August. But according to a statement on Sunday by Spin’s new owner, Buzzmedia, there will be no November/December issue while the company figures out what form a printed …

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Pro Athletes Pose Nude For ESPN

Boston.com reports: Call it The Full Gronkowski. The extremely scantily-clad Patriots tight end, wearing only Hulk hands and a grimace, made the cover of ESPN The Magazine’s “body issue” that will hit newsstands on Friday. The fourth annual special issue is billed by ESPN as a “celebration of the athletic form” and will feature 27 world-class athletes. In addition to …

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New From The Media Research Council

Apparently Brian Williams is secretly black AND our president. But remember, the Media Research Center is headed by Brent “Obama Is A Skinny Ghetto Crackhead” Bozell. The above ad appeared in the debut issue of Conservative Teen Magazine, which vanished from the internet yesterday after being blisteringly mocked from the left and the right.

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New Magazine From Anti-Gay Hate Groups

From the folks who bring you the Family Research Council, the Heritage Foundation, and the Media Research Center. One of the feature articles: How To Draw Obama, by famed cartoonist Daryl Cagle. (Via Dangerous Minds)

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Faces Of Courage

OutServe Magazine is today publishing the names and photos of 101 previously closeted soldiers. What a day this will be!

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TrustoCorp Strikes Again

The media pranksters at TrustoCorp are at it again and have slipped fake versions of Us, People, and OK Magazine onto newsstands in NYC and LA. No details were spared as headlines blasted celebrities and public figures like Lindsey Lohan, Sarah Palin and Donald Trump in hypothetical features of entertaining variants for ever popular gossip magazines such as US, People …

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Gay Military Mag To Debut On Bases

The publishers of Outserve Magazine have received permission to distribute the gay-oriented title on Army and Air Force bases beginning next month. OutServe Magazine will hit store shelves at Army and Air Force bases on Sept. 20, the day the Pentagon plans to formally end enforcement of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy that bans gays from serving openly. The …

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