Monday, September 17, 2012
The Adweek 50
Hearst Magazines' Michael Clinton (pictured left) and Time Inc.'s Paul Caine are among the people who make the machinery of media, marketing and technology hum.
Woman’s Day Turns 75 While Looking Forward
Woman’s Day began in 1931 as a menu sheet given to shoppers at supermarkets owned by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. In 1937, the freebie was expanded into a magazine.
Prevention Magazine to Revamp Its Direction
Starting in January, Prevention will have a new editorial direction, a new look and new contributors to start the year.
Reader's Digest Increases Frequency
Next year, Reader's Digest will increase its annual frequency from 10 to 12 issues, undoing a frequency reduction that took effect in 2010.
Essence Honors Olympic Gold Medalists During New York Fashion Week
Steve Rubel on the Mobile Tsunami and Atlantic Media's Quartz
Cosmopolitan Posts Big Digital gains
Quarterly Art and Fashion Mag BULLETT Issues Native Designed Tablet Edition for Apple's Newsstand
Marvin Shanken to Samir Husni: My Stomach Usually Leads My Mind
On the Newsstand: Magazines That Serve the 1%
Palace to File Criminal Complaint Over Kate Pics
Chi Magazine Publishes Middleton Topless Photos, Defying Legal Threats
David Carr: The Puppetry of Quotation Approval
Joanna Coles Makes First Editorial Move at Cosmo
Glamour's Rosenblum Moves to Businessweek
Memorial for Legendary Editor Anna Piaggi
Magazine Wedding Announcements
Going Beyond QR Codes: Interact, Ad Age’s New Companion App
IDC: Mobile Ad Revenues to Jump to $14.2B in 2014
L'Oreal's Digital Spending Boost Is Paying Off Big Time
Volvo Bets Big on Pinterest
Dentsu, ADK to Market Flipboard
The 50 Most Creative Brand Pages on Facebook
Gartner: 10-15% of Brands’ Social Media Fans, Likes and Reviews Will Be Fake by 2014
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