The best-selling magazines for titles such as Glamour and Cosmopolitan aren't featuring traditional Hollywood stars on the cover -- TV actors, reality stars or musicians are increasingly driving sales. "Movie stars are less revered than they used to be, and also audiences have shifted their allegiance in large part to television," says Jess Cagle, managing editor of Entertainment Weekly. Cindi Leive, Glamour's editor in chief, says music-related cover girls such as Beyonce and Rihanna do a better job of connecting with their fans via social media.

Related Summaries