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Revolving Door Newsletter: 03.18.05

Can a new editor and a new circ director turn The Paris Review around? Plus, how will ever get our news fix if In Touch Weekly staffers are quitting en masse?

March 18, 2005

Well, it appears that former In Touch Weekly news director Susan Houriet is taking some colleagues with her to Inside TV after all. A fellow editor and a designer walked out the door with her last Friday, deciding not give notice after having watched previous defectors be escorted off the premises. You know what this means, don't you? That it's time for Bauer's headhunters to start calling Star magazine again....

Call it "The Remnick Effect." The board of The Paris Review tapped New Yorker staff writer Philip Gourevitch to be the next editor of the prestigious literary ...

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