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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/March 3, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, February 25)
Date:2/24/2008

ers Are Out in The Cold" (p. 34). Senior Writer Daniel Gross reports that it's not just people with bad credit who are feeling the credit crunch. While problems in housing-related credit are now familiar even to casual readers of the financial pages, the rot of bad debt is spreading. Gross examines how it got this bad, how much worse it will get and what the Fed can do to help.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/114713

BOOKS: "A Friendly Ghost" (p. 44). Los Angeles Bureau Chief Andrew Murr reports on Pablo Fenjves, who first made a name for himself as the ghostwriter of O.J. Simpson's hypothetical confession "If I Did It." Fenjves's latest book project, "Vindicated," is Jose Canseco's sequel to "Juiced." Fenjves now has a surprising visibility in an invisible calling. And now he frets that all the attention for being what he calls "the go-to ghostwriter for bad boys" will pigeonhole him as a writer with no range.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/114710

TELEVISION: "Reality's Believe It or Not" (p. 46). General Editor Susanna Schrobsdorff reports on a TV cottage industry of reality shows starring physically unusual people. From TLC's "Little People, Big World" to "Joined for Life: Abby and Brittany Turn 16," many of the shows try to cloak their voyeurism in terms of medical information or self-help. All of which raises an ethical question about reality TV's guiltiest pleasure: where does entertainment end and exploitation begin?"

http://www.newsweek.com/id/114742

TIP SHEET: "Planners Wanted ASAP" (p. 48). Contributing Editor Jane Bryant Quinn reports that as boomers reach pre-retirement and retirement age, they're eager for help with the money decisions that could make or break their futures. Quinn offers some guidance on how to pick the right financial pla
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