Autumn of the Moguls: My Misadventures With the Titans, Poseurs, and Money Guys Who Mastered and Messed Up Big Media

[Michael Wolff] Ð Autumn of the Moguls: My Misadventures With the Titans, Poseurs, and Money Guys Who Mastered and Messed Up Big Media ✓ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Autumn of the Moguls: My Misadventures With the Titans, Poseurs, and Money Guys Who Mastered and Messed Up Big Media A blistering, dramatic, bittersweet portrait of the global media industry - its key deals, dealmakers, divas and delusions. The global media industry has never been more powerful. In Autumn of the Moguls, a funny, frank, and incendiary account that looks hard at the great characters of this media age - from homes and gardens empress Martha Stewart to Disney czar Michael Eisner - he has written the guide we all need to the media, a world that is often more entertaining than what it produces.. A

Autumn of the Moguls: My Misadventures With the Titans, Poseurs, and Money Guys Who Mastered and Messed Up Big Media

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Rating : 4.73 (649 Votes)
Asin : 0066621100
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 400 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-11-17
Language : English

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"Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless" according to Donald P. Reed. Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 200Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 2003)Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 2003. A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 199Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless Donald P. Reed Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 2003)Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 2003. A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 1994 train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. )Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 200Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 2003)Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 2003. A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 199Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless Donald P. Reed Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 2003)Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 2003. A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 1994 train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. . A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 199Self-Indulgent, Interminable & Pointless Donald P. Reed Autumn of The Moguls, Michael Wolff; HarperCollins (Hardcover 2003)Contents: Self-indulgent, meandering, & pointless observations about the American media & its top-ranking yo-yos in the year 2003. A few splendid bon mots & good, solid ideas are buried in a compost heap of nitwit media business jargon.It's not surprising that ATM sold poorly (the book's acronym belies the publisher's returns). Wolff & others (say, Thomas Maier, author of a 1994 train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. train wreck, the biography "Newhouse") have attributed their past publishing failures to any number of self-consoling reasons - none of which spec. Craig Matteson said Splenetic Humor and Sardonic Invective as Analysis. What do you say about a book like this? The style and pose of the book is such that if you praise it you are derided as a fool and if you express dislike it you are vilified as a flack for the vast media conspiracy or at least a naive phoole. Maybe what can be safely said is that if you like your gossip bilious, splenetic, and snarky, well, this is the book for you. It is hard to look away when someone has a powerful figure in his headlights and is driving them down at a high rate of speed. The act is so fascinatingly horrible that we just watch it happen no matter the guilt we feel for e. Self-indulgent, but fun with some keen insight Dennis Littrell It is an irony, a special irony appreciated only by me, that during the period in the early seventies when Michael Wolff went to work as a copy boy for the New York Times, a headhunter was gently explaining to me that because I had only an undergraduate degree from UCLA and not, e.g., a master's in journalism from Columbia, that I had no chance of being hired by the New York Times, and indeed would not even be interviewed. Instead I went to work for the Asbury Park (N.J.) Press while Wolff went on to become a best-selling writer and a columnist for New York magazine.I mention this persona

Harper Business, $25 (272p) ISBN 0-06-662113-5When the Internet boom began, Wolff set out to make a fortune and wound up with a bestselling memoir chronicling his failure (Burn Rate). . Onto this foundation he piles digression after digression until he has offered up a catty remark about just about every major player in the media biz. From Publishers Weekly Michael Wolff. Successfully reinventing himself as an industry pundit, most notably for New York magazine, he's reached the point where, as he boasts here, "If there was a media party, I'd be invited to it." (He can even produce a guest list as proof.) This book centers on one such party: an industry conference where he's enlisted to interview Rupert Murdoch. Thus "gray and corpulent" Fox News head Roger Ailes is "one of the great creepy figures of

A blistering, dramatic, bittersweet portrait of the global media industry - its key deals, dealmakers, divas and delusions. The global media industry has never been more powerful. In 'Autumn of the Moguls', a funny, frank, and incendiary account that looks hard at the great characters of this media age - from homes and gardens empress Martha Stewart to Disney czar Michael Eisner - he has written the guide we all need to the media, a world that is often more entertaining than what it produces.. And there is no more astute, forthright and entertaining chronicler of this roller-coaster world than award-winning writer Michael Wolff

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