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In the Celeb-Azine Universe, Subtle Shades Of Stupidity

By: Simon Dumenco on September 05, 2005

At American Media, home of Star and The National Enquirer, the numbers have been so stinky (operating income fell 38.7% in the first quarter) that last week Standard & Poor's downgraded its $1 billion of long-term debt to "negative."

Hey, Would You Want Your Back Fat on the Cover of Redbook?

By: Simon Dumenco on July 30, 2007

OK, I'm going to 'fess up. While working as a magazine editor over the years, I have aided and abetted blatant magazine-image Photoshopping -- and now I've decided to humbly reflect on my complicity in glossy reality-distortion. But first I'll note that I've been inspired by the continuing kerfuffle surrounding Jezebel.com's publication of an unretouched photograph of the country singer Faith Hill for Redbook magazine's July cover.

Is YouTube, Supposed King of Online Video, Doomed to AOL's Fate?

By: Simon Dumenco on June 25, 2007

Once upon a time there was a huge, rapidly growing new-media company that consumers really seemed to love, that made competitors sweat and that just about everybody seeking to prosper online figured they had to do business with. The company I'm talking about is, of course, America Online. And pathetically, or hilariously -- depending on your perspective -- we're now reliving the (unlearned) lessons of AOL with another company that has seemed, until very recently, like the unavoidable 800-pound gorilla of the viral-video space: YouTube.