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. bloomberg.com, and in the u.s. on sirius xm. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ emily: graydon carter, who helped to make vanity fair magazine a must read publication in hollywood studios, washington townhouses and wall street is stepping down after 25 years as one of the nation's most influential editors. carter joined me to talk about his decision to leave the magazine at the end of the year. the fake news problem and the future of the magazine business. graydon: i have been here over 25 years and wanted to take a break. i have worked solidly the last 39 years. if i have a third act, i would like to find out what it is. i was originally going to leave in april and the election changed that and i decided to stay on for the first year of the administration. emily: what do you hope the next administration, how they cover it? like to find out what it is. graydon: it will be up to them. that was a personal mission of mine. i had two political missions for one was the iraq war and i was against the administration of donald trump which has turned out worse than expected. i think it bears examination.
? graydon: it will be up to them. that was a personal mission of mine. one was, the iraq war. and the administration of donald trump, which turned out worse than i expected. it bears examination, which the press is doing an amazing job. we'll see what happens. emily: in the era of fake news and misinformation, you have newew technology companies like google and twitter in the crosshairs. they will be appearing before the intelligence committees in congress. what is the responsibility of these platforms? graydon: at a certain point, they are publishers. if you have a newspaper and run a letter to the editor written by somebody not on your staff, and it is inflammatory and potentially libelous, you could be liable, too. once you get into this business, you have to take the responsibilities, ensuring what you publish or present is accurate. they will figure out a way to do it. emily: what is the future of the magazine business look like to you? graydon: it will change. it has changed dramatically over the last 50 years. it will not be as robust as it is now. great means of getting people
a hint. this time of year, the models can change on a dime, and they did. 43. 39 graydon. occidental is close. a cool start. most active area of that low pressure is settling in and also some of the coolest clouds also north of mendocino county. also set ing ting the stage for a pretty chilly morning for others. livermore 46. there's cool readings on the peninsula. wood i know side 41. stanford 42. 43 menlo park. 50 pacifica. if it feels cool to you, it is. west-southwest at vacaville and also travis. there's not a lot of moisture in it, but there's enough. that north end along the coast has turned water temps very cold. probably stay up in the northern sacramento valley. 60s, 70s for many. >>> west sound san mateo bridge? >> it's open now, steve. >> okay. >> as a matter of fact, i want to -- let me just put this over here so i can show it to you. the san mateo bridge westbound and eastbound are both open, however, westbound we still have a lane blocked on the very end of the bridge because of a truck that caught fire still in the lanes trying to tow it away. one of the axels broke s
dime, and they did. 43. 39 graydon. occidental is close. a cool start. most active area of that low pressure is settling in and also some of the coolest clouds also north of mendocino county. also set ing ting the stage for a pretty chilly morning for
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