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Amanda Bynes is Thankful for GQ

GQ’s latest issue features Drake as its cover dude. Knowing that former actress, current oddball Amanda Bynes has at times called Drake ugly, GQ decided to let Bynes know that her man was gracing the cover, so they tweeted the following:

Bynes noticed, and thanked them:

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More Condé Video Channels are On Their Way

Condé Nast already has digital video channels for GQ and Glamour, so if you’re a fan of those, we have good news for you: There’s more on their way. WWD reports that channels for Vogue and Wired will launch in the next couple weeks; Vanity Fair’s will debut in June; and by the end of the year, Teen Vogue, epicurious.com and style.com will have their own channels.

The new channels will be much like GQ and Glamour’s, in that they’ll try to emulate TV:

Vogue’s digital channel, to debut shortly after the Costume Institute Gala on Monday, will in all feature ten non-scripted Web series, including behind the scenes footage of events like the Met Ball; a cooking series with the model Elettra Wiedemann; a documentary-style chronicle of designers competing for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund — it is called ‘The Fund’ — and ‘Vogue Jeanius,’ a series on denim trends. Programming on Wired includes ‘Codefellas,’ an animated scripted series and ‘The Window,’ about engineering stories.

Everyone will tell you that the future of the web is video, so this is a smart move by Condé. As with anything though, if the content isn’t good, people won’t care. That’s going to be the challenge: Presenting quality programming. That’s easier said than done, as you can see by checking the cable listings. Lord knows we don’t need another Married to Medicine.

GQ Names Fashion Editor

Kelly McCabe is joining GQ as fashion editor. She most recently worked as a senior men’s stylist for Gilt Groupe. McCabe has also served as fashion and market editor for Complex.

According to a release, McCabe will be tasked with “covering the American designer collections, active sportswear, and sneakers markets, as well as styling photo shoots for the magazine.”

“We are thrilled to have Kelly join the GQ fashion team,” said Jim Moore, GQ’s creative director, in a statement. “Her previous magazine market experience combined with her strong styling skill set make her a robust and stylish addition to the magazine.”

McCabe will report to Moore.

Condé Nast Launches Digital Video Network

Condé Nast doesn’t want you to just read GQ and Glamour; it wants you to watch them too. To accomplish that goal, the publisher has launched a customizable digital video network, featuring mini-movies from the two brands. At GQ’s site, visitors will find behind-the-scenes moments from “the women of GQ” photo shoots, a video featuring Rocco Dispirito and much more. Glamour’s site provides editorially-influenced videos as well.

GQ and Glamour are the first of many Condé magazines to get the video treatment. It’s a smart move by Condé, because if the fact that everyone alive has made a Harlem Shake video proves anything, it proves that people love watching video. No matter what it is.

And now for statements from the editors.

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Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week

Here’s a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week.

1. NRA President Attacks The Journal News, Gawker, for Publishing Gun Owners’ Information, January 10

2. Top New York Times Editors Prepare for Shakeup, January 11

3. Chris Christie Upset About His Time Cover, January 14

4. Cover Battle: GQ or Time, January 10

5. Layoffs Hit Reuters, January 15

6. Rupert Murdoch is Puzzled by Women’s Fall, Assumes She’s Poor and Abusing Welfare, January 16

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Cover Battle: GQ or Time

Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s Cover Battle. This round pits GQ against Time. GQ, for its “Sexiest Women of The 21st Century” feature, put Beyonce on its cover. There is probably nothing we can say about this photograph that won’t sound 100 percent pervy, but here’s what we came up with: Are those pockets on her shorts? Hmm… Still seems pervy.

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Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week

Here’s a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week.

  1. Layoffs Hit Conde’ Nast, October 11
  2. GQ Profiles Jeremy Lin, Makes Knicks Fans Cry, October 17
  3. The Conde’ Cuts are (Hopefully) Over, October 12
  4. Cover Battle: Popular Mechanics or The New York Times Magazine, October 11
  5. New York Times Writer Incurs the Wrath of Public Editor for Sexist Material, October 11
  6. New York Times Suspends Andrew Goldman for Twitter Remark, October 17

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Layoffs Hit Condé Nast

We figured layoffs were coming when Condé Nast asked their titles to make budget cutbacks, and now they’re starting to happen.

There have been several cuts across a few Condé Nast titles. The New York Post reports eight staffers from Self and Susan Portnoy, vice president of corporate communications for the past seven years, were cut.

Additionally, Logan Hill from GQ was let go. “Budget cuts got me,” tweeted Hill. “Loved my colleagues at GQ and the magazine, but now I’m a freelance writer.”

There are also expected to be cuts at Glamour and Fairchild Fashion Media.

Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week

Here’s a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week.

  1. Mike Francesa and WBLS Are Marconi Award Winners, September 21
  2. Sue Simmons (left) in First Interview Since Leaving WNBC: ‘I Cried Every Day,‘ September 26
  3. Cover Battle: GQ or Complex, September 20
  4. Sandra Lee is Launching a Magazine, September 26
  5. Vogue Issues Fantastic Correction, September 25
  6. Michael Moynihan Joins Newsweek/The Daily Beast, September 26

 

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Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week

Here’s a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week.

  1. Here is Why It’s Difficult to Defend Tina Brown and Newsweek, September 17
  2. USA Today Says Its Logo is ‘Cool,‘ September 14
  3. The New USA Today is Here, September 14
  4. Quartz to Launch Sept. 24, September 19
  5. Cover Battle: GQ or Complex, September 22
  6. Cablevision Customers Not Blacked Out From Giants Thursday Nighter, September 19

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