Sat.Nov 30, 2019

All Magazines - Dead, Or Soon Will Be (according to Michael Wolff)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Controversial Michael Wolff isn't being controversial when he declares this: Every magazine is dead or will soon be. Here are his observations in Mediaite. That format, popular in the 20th century, can't complete with native digital fare like the Drudge Report. 

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"Guilt by Accusation" - The Alan Dershowitz Best Defense in Giuffre Mess Could Be This Book

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Some contend Alan Dershowitz evolved into a power brandname not because of a genius legal mind.    Instead, he rose to influence, fame, and wealth through publishing and then cleverly promoting provocative books on issues related to law. Of the 40 books, eight had been best-sellers.

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Kim Twigg, et al. - 1978 to Very Painful Present

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"Pain." " That's how David Muir summed up ABC's "20/20" two-hour special on the Twigg/Mays babies switched at birth in 1978. That was at Hardee Memorial Hospital in Florida.

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George Magazine - JFK Jr. Considered Making It Web-Based

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In too many ways George Magazine, created by John F. Kennedy Jr., was ahead of its time. That's a prominent theme in Steve Gillon's "America's Reluctant Prince," published last July. Gillon, although not a close friend, had been on Jr.'s 's network.

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