Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

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New Yesterday, many news outlets reported that Newsweek owner Barry Diller had said or implied that Newsweek might kill its print edition this fall and go all digital. This news, not surprisingly, apparently sent the Newsweek newsroom into a panic. And it prompted Newsweek's legendary editor, Tina Brown, to take time...
Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?
                     

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