NEW YORK — It was supposed to be the year the magazine world got its substance back. After Graydon Carter declared 9/11 to be the end of irony, journalists were poised to break free of their celebrity-induced stupor and begin anew.

In the end, it didn’t happen. In fact, the biggest success stories in journalism this year turned out not to be the newsstand surges of Time, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic Monthly, but rather Bonnie Fuller’s revamp of US Weekly and The New York Post’s 10 percent increase in circulation. Talk about journalistic integrity!

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