The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Signing Off a Successful AMC
MPA Chairman Michael Clinton of Hearst Magazines and MPA President & CEO Mary Berner appear at left at the close of AMC 2012 in sunny San Francisco.
MPA CEO Berner Shows She Means Business
She tells industry to "stop apologizing for magazines."
"Is Print Dead?" and Other Tough Topics from the MPA Conference
Google exec to mags: "Don't try to become tech companies."
New Yorker Deputy Editor Answers the Question "What Is a Magazine?"
“It’s a critical mass of writing and pictures, very often subject specific, with a voice..."
ESPN's Bayle, and Other Publishers Confront Mobile
Martha Stewart Teams with Toyota for American Made Push
Southern Living Sets A Holiday Table With New Collection
National Georgraphic Kids Aims to Set World Records
Glenn Sandridge Promoted to Bonnier Director of Brand Strategies
Amanda Turnbull Named Group Publishing Director at Hearst Magazines UK
ELLE, Yes: Joe Zee on Life As a Creative Director
Former Saveur Publisher Launches Foodie-Focused Ad Shop
Stephanie Ferrara Named BPA Worldwide Director/Digital Audit Services
More on Harper’s Bazaar ShopBazaar
Colorado woman Starts Native American Fashion Magazine
Billionaire the Magazine Pledges $1 Million to Charity
Luminate Touts Image-Based Ads to Magazine Publishers
7,000 iPads to Be Installed Across Four US Airports in 18 Months
Apple, Microsoft Step up Tablet Competition
App Sizes Growing: Consumers Start Pruning
Tweets With a Purpose
Tech Savvy Multicultural Customers Force New Media Platforms
Content Is still king in the Omni-Channel World
Commentary: Can the Ad-Supported Web Be Saved?
Advertising Jumps the Shark: Becomes Conduit for Content
Arbitron Releases Radio Data to Mix Modelers, Move Expected to Impact Ad Budgets
Nielsen: Marketers Should Micro-Target "Mass Affluents"
Lawmaker Tells FTC: Hold Off on Antitrust Case Against Google
The Real Impact of Do Not Track
With a high-energy MPA booth that offers complimentary magazine media (print/digital) and a big-screen video showcase of editorial content from MPA members.

TIME magazine runs down what you may have missed, minute by minute; Newsweek and the Daily Beast collect the highlights on video; The Nation tallies up the debate polls; The Economist rates the performance of both candidates and looks ahead to what comes next; The Atlantic looks at the words and style of the debate.