>

October 18th, 2012
thesmithian

Newsweek will end its print edition at the end of the year and become an exclusively digital publication…The decision marks the end of an era for one of the country’s most venerable magazines. After 80 years in print, the final issue will hit newsstands on Dec. 31…

more.

August 20th, 2012
thesmithian
but here is a profile from last year, about the “right-wing British historian Niall Ferguson [who] seems to have conquered America”—who wrote the cover story.

but here is a profile from last year, about the “right-wing British historian Niall Ferguson [who] seems to have conquered America”—who wrote the cover story.

January 14th, 2012
thesmithian

While The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, and the New York Daily News have close to male-female parity…Time magazine has nine  men and only one woman, Newsweek/The Daily Beast has six men and three women, The Atlantic has seven men and two women, New York magazine has six men and one woman, and The Economist went for broke, with an all-male team of five. At The Boston Globe (seven men, three women) and Reuters (eight men, three women), the ratio is more than two to one.

on the web, things look similar:

The Huffington Post has eleven men and only two women; Politico has  twelve male reporters and six women on the campaign trail, Talking  Points Memo has five men and one woman, and Slate and The Daily both  have all-male teams.

more, plus a list of 2012 campaign reporters, here.

While The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, and the New York Daily News have close to male-female parity…Time magazine has nine men and only one woman, Newsweek/The Daily Beast has six men and three women, The Atlantic has seven men and two women, New York magazine has six men and one woman, and The Economist went for broke, with an all-male team of five. At The Boston Globe (seven men, three women) and Reuters (eight men, three women), the ratio is more than two to one.

on the web, things look similar:

The Huffington Post has eleven men and only two women; Politico has twelve male reporters and six women on the campaign trail, Talking Points Memo has five men and one woman, and Slate and The Daily both have all-male teams.

more, plus a list of 2012 campaign reporters, here.

Loading tweets...

@danamo

Likes

culture is politics. politics is culture.
[beta]

Networks

Following