This article is from the Lynne Russell FAQ, by Earl Cooley III email@example.com.
Features on Lynne have appeared in the following magazines and
+ People Weekly, June 27, 1994. "Here Now, the Sleuth," p. 61.
+ Millenium Pop, Fall 1994. "Lynne Russell - Revision," by
+ Atlanta Magazine, April 1995. "CNN's Secret Agent," p. 40.
+ The Saturday Evening Post, June 1995. "Lynne Russell: CNN's
Straight-Shooting Anchorwoman," p. 34.
+ Lynne appeared, along with other "Ladies of CNN," in the
August 1996 issue of Esquire magazine in the "Women We Love"
+ An article about Lynne appeared in the November 13th, 1996
edition of the hypertrendoid webzine Suck, a self-proclaimed
"experiment in provocation, mordant deconstructionism, and
buzz-saw journalism." Some of it was actually about Lynne,
but it tended to diverge into odd topics such as modern
primitivism and posthuman psychology.
+ An article which mentioned Lynne appeared in Salon, a webzine
owned by Borders Books & Music; in a FAQ-like discussion of
television, Joyce Millman says of Lynne, "Her dark, manicured
eyebrows are mobile arches of silent editorial commentary."
+ George Magazine's May 1998 issue (p. 30) featured a brief
profile which compared and contrasted her to Daljit Dhaliwal
of ITN. Rory Evans says Lynne is "...the business-class
version of Sophia Loren."
+ Playboy's Body Language newsstand special featured an article
by Lynne (excerpted from her book) in its September 1998
+ The November 1998 issue of Southwest Airlines Spirit
in-flight magazine's cover story is called "Lynne, Live" by
+ Atlanta's Jezebel magazine's 2nd anniversary issue (November
1998) featured a two-page photo spread of Lynne; she was also
one of the people on the cover.
+ The November 30th, 1998 issue of Electronic Media (a weekly
newspaper that covers the programming business of television
in broadcasting, cable and syndication, including local
stations, broadcast and cable networks, direct broadcast
satellite and the Web) featured an article about Lynne.
+ The July 1999 issue of Cyberteen Zeen (an e-zine for teens)
featured an article called "The Best Person You Don't Know
About," by Lindsey Buckner.
+ The November 1999 issue of Mirabella magazine had a one-page
feature on Lynne with pictures. Mirabella ceased publication
in April of 2000. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any
information about this article.
+ The August 21st, 2000 online issue of Salon Technology &
Business featured an article by Sonia Chopra called "A CNN
anchor opens up off-camera" which was reprinted from Green
Magazine. Bankrate.com picked up the article as well, under
the title "This Redhead Reads Headlines and Much More"
+ The December 2000 issue of The Meeting Professional magazine
featured a great interview with Lynne.
+ On May 18th, 2001, The Washington Post featured an article
"Sunk in a Funk Without Anchor Lynne Russell" which described
the reaction of the men of The Washington Post's Style
section to Lynne's resignation from CNN Headline News. Their
tribute to Lynne was both heartfelt and eloquent: "We love
Lynne because her voice is an exotic instrument, a smoky,
soothing thing that is the vessel of her conspiratorial bond
with her viewers."
+ From The Rational Radical's Daily Diatribe column, comes an
anti-Lynne article, which criticizes her for smiling while
reporting disasters, called "Lynne Russell, Keep That Smile
Off Your Face!"
+ On February 20th, 2002, The Starr Report featured an
interview with Lynne about her new web site.
The text of many of these articles has been posted to Usenet or
the Web and is reposted occasionally. Thanks to Google's
20-year Usenet archive, many of these articles are available