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It wouldn't be Tuesday if we weren't talking about: Radar. Plus: Does Revolving Door really have the power to affect fortunes at Wenner Media?
May 17, 2005
Radar, which finally hits newsstands (again) next week, may be full of Maer Roshan's "fresh intelligence" about B-list celebrities written by his crack staff of A-list (okay, B+-list) writers, but Radar magazine's business staff is pure Mort Zuckerman. After yet another hire and reshuffling, ex-Tracks publisher Grayle Howlett has come aboard with the same title, serving under and alongside a pair of execs doing double duty at Zuckerman's infinitely less-buzzed-about U.S. News & World Report: president Bill Holiber and SVP of consumer marketing Susan Blattman. And what is Elinore Carmody up ...
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