As we near the end of, not only 2011, but a traditionally news-light week, we get down to the inevitable top-10, year-end features.
So here's Adweek's 10 most-read press stories of the year. Some explore content issues, like Psychology Today's discussing what sounds like a racist study, while others highlight how print pubs are dealing with the digitzation of content, especially magazines moving to mobile devices. There's also a number of business success (or failure) stories, like no. 1 on the list: "A Year of Tina Brown and Newsweek Still Needs A Savior."