Redefining the newsweekly

Since Kenneth Whyte took over Maclean’s in 2005, not only has the magazine become more edgy, potent and arresting; some say its standards of journalistic professionalism have slipped. Mairin Prentiss at King’s Journalism Review talks to industry bigwigs and other media watchers to get a sense of how the new Maclean’s is measuring up against all criteria of success.