The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Real Simple, BHG and Martha Lead Mags on Pinterest
According to social media analytics firm ZoomSphere, magazines occupy more than 15 of the 50 most followed commercial entities on the image network.
Hearst Interactive Invests $5M in Mobile Ad Startup Nexage
Nexage, a startup offering a real-time bidding platform for mobile ads, just announced that it has raised an additional $5 million from Hearst Interactive Media.
Family Circle Uses Refresh to Continue Growth Momentum
Meredith’s Family Circle has seen an 8% increase in the number of single copies sold at newsstands, and has even increased its rate base in the last year, going from 3.8 to 4 million.
Obama Is an Avid Reader, and Critic, of the News
Information on the POTUS' media consumption habits, as well as his views on the role of news media in his ambitions to change the country’s political discussion.
MPA’s Nina Link Provides Perspective on Magazine Newsstand Sales
Digital Editions Stoke a Sense Cautious of Optimism
TIME Still on Top in Circulation
Publishers Turn to Database and CRM Solutions to Drive Subs
Twentysomethings, TV and"Twilight": The New Three T's of Newsstand Sales
Seventeen Gets Super M-Activated for Back-to-School Launches New Politics Page
The Atlantic Launching New Vertical Called “The Sexes”
Fresh Website for Elle Decor
Love Magazine, Yayoi Kusama Create iPad App
Zine Alert! Lost in the Supermarket
Golf Digest Taps the Crowd Via Course Finder
Judith Crist, New York Magazine’s Founding Film Critic, Dies at 90
Anna Piaggi, Fashion Editor with a Keen Eye for Trends, Dies at 81
DVorkin: The Advertising Trend That Will Shake Up 100 Years of Journalism
Wintour, Weinstein Host Connecticut Fundraiser to Help Obama
Esquire’s Pierce: Go On, Guzzle the Antifreeze!
Apple Quietly Fixes Security Flaw That Caused Wired Editor's Epic Hacking
New Yorker Photographer on Instagram Experiment: My Kid Could Make That
CQ Editor Retires After 25 Years
Good Housekeeping Makes Changes
Coastal Living Names Homes Editor
Bloomberg Businessweek Brings in a New Tech Editor
Gotham Magazine Announces New Publisher
Bon Appétit Online Editor to Head New BuzzFeed Food Vertical
America’s Editors: Story Still Rules but Social, Audience and Revenue Loom
What Journalists Need to Know About Animated GIFs — Really
Report: Pinterest’s Growth Slows, but Still on Track to Pass Yahoo Referrals in August
Tablets Are the Fourth Screen
The Daily's Deficiencies Don’t Define Digital Destiny
Evidence Grows on TV Cord-Cutting
Forget Cord-Cutters: Worry About Cord-Nevers
Study: Ad Execs Optimistic About 2012
New J. Crew Campaign to Expand Brand Presence in Magazines
Do Not Track a Major Point of Discussion for Marketers
From MPA Chairman Michael Clinton (Hearst Magazines): Our industry is changing at a rate faster than ever, and many of the forces disrupting our business emanate from the Silicon Valley area. That’s just one of the many reasons you need to attend AMC 2012 in the heart of San Francisco.
On July 31, 2012, ASME NEXT hosted a Summer BBQ and Talks with Adam Rapoport, Editor-in-Chief of Bon Appétit, at Blue Smoke, a Danny Meyer restaurant.
MPA and ASME's latest digital dinner took place July 25 and was co-hosted by Dana Points (pictured right), Editor-in-Chief, Parents/American Baby. View the gallery.
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