A look inside 'The Vanity Fair Diaries'
SEATTLE -- When Tina Brown took over Vanity Fair Magazine back in 1983, she was only 29 years old. The magazine was tens of millions of dollars in the red, and had a circulation of 250,000. To say she turned things around by the time she left is an understatement. Her new book is called "The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992." She joined Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt Wednesday on the KOMO Morning News. (Click the picture above to hear the audio).