More than 30 individuals from the electronic and new media worlds are represented on Vanity Fair‘s annual New Establishment list for 2017. The list foreshadows coming battles as various industries, and the titans who captain them, increasingly weave together into one. No. 1 is Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. Disney’s Bob Iger is 7, Netflix’s Reed Hasting is 9, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandbert is 12, CBS’s Les Monves is 13.
NEW YORK (AP) — Vanity Fair says its longtime editor Graydon Carter is leaving the magazine at the end of the year after 25 years at the helm. Carter became editor of the magazine, known for its coverage of celebrities, Hollywood, media and politics, in 1992. It’s famous for its star-studded annual Oscars party. Vanity […]
When the disrupters become the disrupted, and everyone’s in the tech business, it’s time for a shake-up in Vanity Fair’s annual ranking of Silicon Valley hotshots, Hollywood moguls, Wall Street titans and cultural icons. Topping this year’s list is Jezz Bezos, followed by Mark Zuckerberg (2); Bob Iger (4); Reed Hastings (6); Rupert Murdoch (8); Les Moonves (15); Steve Burke/Bryan Roberts (25); John Oliver (40); David Zaslav (45); Lachlan/James Murdoch (51); Megyn Kelly (63); James Corden (80); and Michael Strahan (96).
Condé Nast Entertainment has rolled out its new video channel for Vanity Fair. While the company’s earlier channels for Glamour, GQ, Vogue and Wired were heavy on the service quotient, the Vanity Fair programming slate is heavy on the pop culture and entertainment fare for which the magazine is well known.
This year’s New Establishment list identifies the top 50 of an innovative new breed of buccaneering visionaries, engineering prodigies, and entrepreneurs — The Age of Information gives way to a burgeoning Age of Technology. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg claims the top spot, while South Park‘s Trey Parker and Matt Stone are also on board.