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Us Weekly is a weekly celebrity and entertainment magazine based in New York City.wikipedia
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Dylan Howard

The Chief Content Officer of American Media, Dylan Howard, oversees the publication.
He oversees Us Weekly, OK!, Star, In Touch, Life & Style, Closer, The National Examiner, RadarOnline.com, and The National Enquirer and its U.K. edition, Globe.

Entertainment Weekly

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Originally a monthly industry news and review magazine along the lines of Premiere or Entertainment Weekly, it switched format in 2000 to its current themes of celebrity news and style. The move was a response to several market forces, including the success of Time, Inc.’s Entertainment Weekly and People magazines.
Different from celebrity-focused publications like Us Weekly, People (a sister magazine to EW), and In Touch Weekly, EW primarily concentrates on entertainment media news and critical reviews.

People (magazine)

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The move was a response to several market forces, including the success of Time, Inc.’s Entertainment Weekly and People magazines.
This group included managing editor Stolley, senior editors Hal Wingo (father of ESPN anchor Trey Wingo), Sam Angeloff (the founding managing editor of Us magazine) and Robert Emmett Ginna (later a producer of films); writers James Watters (a theater reviewer) and Ronald B. Scott (later a biographer of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney); former Time senior editor Richard Burgheim (later the founder of Times ill-fated cable television magazine View); Chief of Photography, a Life photographer, John Loengard, to be succeeded by John Dominus, a noteworthy Life staff photographer; and design artist Bernard Waber, author and illustrator of the Lyle The Crocodile book series for children.

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It was sold later that year by Macfadden Media.
Us was purchased in 1980, and sold in 1986.

Janet Jackson

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Janet Jackson's June 5, 2006 Us Weekly cover currently holds the record for the publication's biggest selling issue in history.
Jackson's Us Weekly cover, revealing her slim figure after heavy media focus was placed on her fluctuations in weight, became the magazine's best-selling issue in history.

Premiere (magazine)

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Originally a monthly industry news and review magazine along the lines of Premiere or Entertainment Weekly, it switched format in 2000 to its current themes of celebrity news and style.
In late April subscribers were mailed postcards advising them of the magazine's demise and telling them the balance of their subscriptions would be fulfilled with issues of the tabloid gossip magazine Us Weekly.

Kelli Delaney

Kelli Delaney, current New York designer for Members Only, formerly served as Fashion Director of the publication (1992–95).
In 2001, Delaney helped launch Us Weekly with Bonnie Fuller, where she worked for two years as the Fashion Director and was an integral part of the design, and evolution of the title.

American Media, Inc.

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It was acquired by Wenner Media in 1986, and sold to American Media Inc. in 2017.
In March 2017, American Media acquired Us Weekly from Wenner Media for a reported $100 million.

Jann Wenner

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It was acquired by Jann Wenner in 1985 and is a part of Wenner Media LLC, which also publishes Rolling Stone and Men’s Journal.
He also briefly managed the magazine Look and in 1993, started the magazine Family Life. In 1985, he bought a share in Us Weekly, followed by a joint purchase of the magazine with The Walt Disney Company the following year.

Janice Min

In July 2003, Janice Min took over as Editor in Chief with Victoria Lasdon Rose as Publisher, and Michael Steele as Executive Editor. In a July 2006 Variety article, Janice Min, Us Weekly editor-in-chief, cited People for the increase in cost to publishers of celebrity photos:
In 2002, Min applied for the editor-in-chief position at Us Weekly and was instead hired as an executive editor under Bonnie Fuller, who became editor-in-chief.

Photoplay

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The skeleton staff of six people were all transferred to Us magazine, which Macfadden Publications had recently acquired.

Celebrity

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Social media humanizes celebrities in a way that arouses public fascination as evident by the success of magazines such as Us Weekly and People Weekly.

The New York Times Company

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Us Weekly was founded in 1977 by The New York Times Company, who sold it in 1980.

Rolling Stone

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It was acquired by Jann Wenner in 1985 and is a part of Wenner Media LLC, which also publishes Rolling Stone and Men’s Journal.

Men's Journal

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It was acquired by Jann Wenner in 1985 and is a part of Wenner Media LLC, which also publishes Rolling Stone and Men’s Journal.

The New York Times

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He told The New York Times: "We will be nice to celebrities. A lot of my friends are in the entertainment business."

Members Only (fashion brand)

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Kelli Delaney, current New York designer for Members Only, formerly served as Fashion Director of the publication (1992–95).

The Walt Disney Company

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In February 2001, Wenner partnered with The Walt Disney Company.

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Variety (magazine)

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In a July 2006 Variety article, Janice Min, Us Weekly editor-in-chief, cited People for the increase in cost to publishers of celebrity photos:

New York (magazine)

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In a June 2007 New York Magazine article, Tina Brown was asked, "Do you actually read the tabloids?"

Tina Brown

In a June 2007 New York Magazine article, Tina Brown was asked, "Do you actually read the tabloids?"

New York Post

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From a May 2007 New York Post article profiling New York's 50 Most Powerful Women,

Courtney Love

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Of her front cover appearance in November 1997, Courtney Love remarked,

2008 Republican National Convention

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The magazine was criticized for allegedly biased coverage of the 2008 Republican National Convention.