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2003 MEDIA PERSON OF THE YEAR

2003 Media Person of the Year:
Bonnie Fuller


The magazine maven is voted as the figure who had the most impact on the media last year.

Bonnie Fuller, the editorial director of American Media, was named 2003 Media Person of the Year in an online poll conducted by I WANT MEDIA and Dennis Publishing's THE WEEK magazine. Fuller was announced as the year's "media icon" on the first weekly edition of CNBC's "Topic A with Tina Brown" on Feb. 8.

The readers of I WANT MEDIA and THE WEEK nominated the candidates and cast thousands of votes in this Internet poll held in December 2003. Fuller received more votes than any other figure on the list of 94 candidates, which included media CEOs, journalists, television news personalities and bloggers.

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>> 2002 MEDIA PERSON OF
THE YEAR: MARTHA STEWART





ARTICLES ON BONNIE FULLER:

>>
MAGAZINE GURU FULLER
TELLS SECRETS TO REACHING
YOUNGER READERS

- ASSOCIATED PRESS, 02/03/04

>> BONNIE FULLER IS SHAKING
UP THE WORLD OF MAGAZINES

- WALL STREET JOURNAL,
01/21/04

>> JOE DOLCE: 'ALL MEDIA
HAVE GONE MORE TABLOID'

- I WANT MEDIA, 01/07/04

>> CELEBS: HOW J. LO
CAN YOU GO?
- NEWSWEEK,
12/29/03-01/05/04

>> CELEB MAGAZINES POUR
ON THE GLOSS
- USA TODAY,
12/26/03

>> DID BONNIE FULLER
REALLY BETRAY WOMEN?

- SALON, 10/31/03

>> BONNIE FULLER SAYS
STAR MAGAZINE IS LEGIT

- WABC, 09/21/03

>> BAIT AND SWITCH:
BONNIE FULLER IS FISHING
FOR TALENT - AND SHE'S
LOADED
- NEW YORK, 09/15/03

>> THE FULLER EFFECT AND
THE PERILS OF TABLOID-IZATION

- GLOBE AND MAIL, 08/08/03

>> BONNIE'S INNER JANN
- FOLIO:, 08/03

>> WHAT MAKES BONNIE
RUN?
- NEW YORK, 07/14/03

The reader who first nominated Fuller will receive a free 3-year subscription to THE WEEK.

The 2003 candidates, in alphabetical order --

  • Roger Ailes
  • Christopher Allbritton
  • Ashleigh Banfield
  • Dan Bartlett
  • Robert L. Bartley
  • Conrad Black
  • Jayson Blair
  • Dana Blankenhorn
  • David Bloom
  • Bagdad Bob
  • Aaron Brown
  • Tina Brown
  • John F. Burns
  • George W. Bush
  • Sarah Chayes
  • Art Cooper
  • Michael J. Copps
  • Gray Davis
  • Howard Dean
  • Nick Denton
  • Lou Dobbs
  • Simon Dumenco
  • Michael Eisner
  • Stuart Elliott
  • Al Franken
  • Thomas Friedman
  • Bonnie Fuller
  • Dan Gillmor
  • Stephen Glass
  • Amy Goodman
  • Ericka Goodman
  • Amy Gross
  • Terry Gross
  • Sean Hannity
  • Paris Hilton
  • Arianna Huffington
  • Brit Hume
  • Molly Ivins
  • Peter Jennings
  • Steve Jobs
  • Bill Keller
  • Michael Kelly
  • Paul Krugman
  • Osama bin Laden
  • Jon Landman
  • Rush Limbaugh
  • Bill Maher
  • Tucker Max
  • Jane Miller
  • Leslie Moonves
  • Michael Moore
  • Bill Moyers
  • Rupert Murdoch
  • Rosie O'Donnell
  • Bill O'Reilly
  • Larry Page / Sergey Brin
  • Greg Palast
  • Eli Pariser
  • Dick Parsons
  • Salam Pax
  • David Pecker
  • Dan Peres
  • Michael K. Powell
  • Dave Price
  • Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
  • Brian Roberts
  • Jim Romenesko
  • Andy Rooney
  • Maer Roshan
  • Karl Rove
  • RSS
  • Donald Rumsfeld
  • Diane Salvatore
  • Michael Savage
  • Diane Sawyer
  • Joe Scarborough
  • Danny Schechter
  • Daniel Schorr
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Choire Sicha
  • Tavis Smiley
  • George Soros
  • Martin Sorrell
  • Elizabeth Spiers
  • Howard Stern
  • Jon Stewart
  • Martha Stewart
  • Andrew Sullivan
  • Billy Tauzin
  • TiVo
  • Bruce Wasserstein
  • Oprah Winfrey
  • Michael J. Wolf (McKinsey & Co.)
  • Michael Wolff (New York Magazine)



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