All of the weekly magazines that choose to commemorate Michael Jackson on their covers will be on stands one week after the “King of Pop’s” sudden death.
Look at them collectively, and you’ll find yourself in a gruesome game of “one of these things is not like the other.”
Time Magazine rushed to press to put an elegant tribute out; Newsweek eloquently navigated the decision to send a Jackson cover to newsstands, and its planned book cover to subscribers; and People magazine did its usual pitch-perfect memorial.
And then there is OK! magazine and the reprehensible decision to pay a reported $500,000 for the “last” picture of Jackson, which shows him lying on a stretcher, possibly already dead. Full Story…
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