Celebrated Women’s Mag Editors Talk Impact of Celebrity

October 27, 2005

By FOLIO: STAFF "Are Nick and Jessica really broken up?" Sometimes such a question during a magazine panel's Q+A session might cause a lively discussion to run off its rails. But not when it's an event attended by a cross-section of some of the brightest editors in the women's consumer magazine category. And certainly not when Janice Min is on the panel.

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Not Again: Wilma Forces Post Office Closures in Florida

October 25, 2005

By Dylan Stableford Hurricane Wilma has forced the U.S. Postal Service to suspend delivery operations in a number of discricts in southern Florida today. Many offices in Central, South Florida and Suncoast districts of the state have closed, and drop shipments have been suspended for the affected area.

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ASME Prez Says New Yorker/Target Flap Did Not Direct Guidelines Change

October 20, 2005

By Bill Mickey Despite being announced conspicuously close to the imbroglio over the August 22 New Yorker single-sponsored by Target, and among increasing reports of deterioration of the church-state wall, the American Society of Magazine Editors president and Newsweek editor Mark Whitaker says specific recent events did not necessarily precipitate changes to its editorial guidelines.

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