August 07, 2002

Bonnie Fuller’s “reign of terror” apparently continues unabated at US Weekly, the scrappy competitor of People, the most profitable magazine in the country.

The masthead continues to drop names at a rate of three a week, according to yet another article about the magazine in today’s New York Post, and staffers are continuing to gripe about the late nights demanded by Fuller’s intense yet haphazard management style.

US Weekly Editor Bonnie Fuller

I’m getting tired of this never-ending “misery at US Weekly” story. Buck up, folks. Fuller is getting the job done and things could be worse. I know dozens of people in the magazine business who are either unemployed, underemployed, or misemployed, and have been for a year or longer.


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