#TheDailySpin: Meet your replacement, Kim Kardashian

A French bulldog steals the reality star’s Sketchers Super Bowl gig. Plus, Newsweek revisits the 1960s in honor of ‘Mad Men’; Apple Stores are coming to Target, and new Diet Coke cans target the ladies. That, and more.

Ragan Insider Premium Content
Ragan Insider Content

Speaking of sporting events, the Federal Communications Commission has asked for feedback regarding whether blackout rules for cable and satellite TV should be eliminated. The practice dates back to 1961.

That’s right around the time Newsweek is reverting back for its imminent “Mad Men” issue. From the cover to the ads, the entire print piece will regress to the magazine’s 1960s layout and design, except for tobacco advertising.

Yahoo probably wishes it could dial back the clock a bit, too. The search engine lost its No. 2 spot in the U.S. to Bing, the new runner-up to Google.

To read the full story, log in.
Become a Ragan Insider member to read this article and all other archived content.
Sign up today

Already a member? Log in here.
Learn more about Ragan Insider.