Who will be the next editor of Newsweek?

New York Post | The Wrap.com
“The most logical inside candidate to be the public editorial face is Newsweek International editor Fareed Zakaria, writes Keith J. Kelly. “If Zakaria passes and [new owner Sidney] Harman stays inside for a replacement, sources say that Mark Miller, the editorial director of Newsweek and editor of newsweek.com is believed to be the odds-on favorite.” || Dylan Stableford: Walter Isaacson (left) should be, on paper, the favorite to at least get an offer.
> Ken Doctor: Nine questions on Newsweek’s future
> A mix of relief and anxiety at Newsweek after the sale
> “Harman has enough money for this to be a hobby”
> Harman: It would be remarkable conceit to tell you I have a plan
> Kaplan: Too early to get out the coffin for Newsweek
> What Newsweek bidders say about the auction process
> Mean and funny tweets about Newsweek sale to Harman

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