Newsweek has gone off the cliff, but its editor remains. Can she keep up with a constantly changing industry?

This article titled “Tina Brown, old media's last great illusionist” was written by Michael Wolff, for guardian.co.uk on Monday 11th February 2013 15.45 UTC

Over the weekend, Tina Brown was on the Bill Maher show talking about the the barbarity of the Taliban, social media, the chance that heaven might just possibly exist, and drone strikes. These are all topics that the Daily Beast or Newsweek have recently covered, but which Brown herself, merely as the editor of these publications, would have no particular firsthand knowledge about.

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