Third-Place "U.S. News" To Focus On Publishing Lists
Mort Zuckerman's U.S. News & World Report is said to be working on a radical plan to change the magazine's format and end its years of red ink.
To do that, the magazine plans to begin running at least one "best of" each month, effectively tossing in the towel on any plan to try to compete with Time and Newsweek on news, according to a source.
"The business side has told them it can't sell news against Time and Newsweek," said the source.
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