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Changing The Channels At "Fluffy" TV Guide  | American Journalism Review
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From AJR,   December 1991

Changing The Channels At "Fluffy" TV Guide   

By Chip Rowe
Chip Rowe, a former AJR associate editor, is an editor at Playboy.     


TV Guide continues to fiddle with its rabbit-ear antennas in its efforts to revitalize editorial.
Most recently the 15 million- circulation title named as executive editor Barry Golson , formerly founding editor of the short-lived Men's Life and longtime executive editor at Playboy. He now sits second in command to new chief editor Anthea Disney , who recently left her position as producer of Fox TV's "A Current Affair." Both editors have promised a more provocative armchair companion.
"We plan to rejuvenate the magazine with bite and wit," says Golson, 46. "Both Anthea and I feel that for the past couple of years it's been a little fluffy."
Golson says he expects his job at the weekly to be similar to his experience at Playboy, where for 14 years he dealt with various outspoken celebrities while editing the "Interview." "Each month I would switch between people and subjects," he says. "Television provides that same type of platform."
The magazine has also hired Assistant Managing
Editor Matthew Diebel , who formerly held the same title at the Boston Herald.

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