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Janice Min Negotiations Continue

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It’s the last working day of celebrity editor Janice Min‘s contract at Us Weekly — and it looks like negotiations between her and Jann Wenner are down to the wire. WWD reports that Min still hadn’t reached an agreement with Wenner Media over her new contract as of Thursday night. Min’s previous contract earned her an impressive $1.2 million annually; the New York Post says it is unlikely that Min will walk away. Min has a reputation as a hands-on editor — and her recent decision not to cover Paris Hilton‘s release from jail earned Us tons of free press. Between that and the fact that she been every bit as high-profile as Bonnie Fuller as Us‘s EIC, it seems doubtful she will leave.

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