Brown: It will take a while for me to make my mark on Newsweek

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"We need to gather our forces, redesign the magazine, rethink it a little bit," says Tina Brown. The Newsweek-Daily Beast staff is more than 300 employees strong, and Newsweek owner Sidney Harman was a bit evasive when asked about layoffs, write John Koblin and Matthew Lynch.
> Carr: "It will be nice to see Tina Brown back in print"
> Her problem will be the crush of raised expectations
> Read what Brown, Harman said on "Reliable Sources"
> Why it would be a mistake to close Newsweek.com

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