Tina Brown, who became editor of Tatler at the age of 25 and was the first female editor of the New Yorker, is being pushed out of The Daily Beast, reports BuzzFeed. Criticism for Brown's leadership has grown over the past few years, especially surrounding the Beast's brief and unsuccessful partnership with Newsweek. If she leaves, Brown could take her vertical/conference "Women of the World" with her, which inspired this tweet:
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Update: Brown has announced she's starting her own company devoted to "theatrical journalism." It will be called Tina Brown Live Media.