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Monday, November 19, 2012

Wired Names Scott Dadich Editor-in-Chief
Design wunderkind Scott Dadich, responsible for building the template for all of Condé Nast’s tablet strategy, is returning to the magazine as its editor-in-chief.
Sunday Routine: Joanna Coles
While Joanna Coles, recently appointed editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, spends her workweek advising women how to improve their love lives, her Sundays are devoted to more familial concerns.
First Mover: Keija Minor
Brides' new editor-in-chief on finding her true passion after a career in corporate law and finally getting her own bathroom.
Always in Fashion
Grace Coddington, second in command at Vogue and the unexpected breakout star of a documentary about the magazine, is stepping warily into the spotlight with her memoir.
PRC Approves Postage Increase; USPS Hits Borrowing Limit
New Logo & Look for Good Housekeeping Starting with January Issue
On the Newsstand: Shopping Mags
Vote: Finalists for the Great Thanksgiving Cover
Slideshow: W Magazine Fetes 40th Anniversary
Vogue Weddings Book Celebrates 120 of Posh Nuptials
DIS Magazine: Seriously Unserious About Fashion
Time Out New York Runs More Beer Ads Than Other Mags
Bitch Magazine Runs Afoul of Google Censorship
Photography Week, a Natively Designed Weekly Tablet Magazine, Tests the iPad's Computing Power
Red Bull Lands As a News Feed on Flipboard. Will It Give the Social Magazine Another Revenue Stream?
Slate Scales. But Is It Too Late to the Game?
Kristen Zohn Named Organic Gardening Account Director
Renata Adler Pens Book Review for Town & Country
The Loft That Mediabistro Built
Media Agency All-Stars
Who's Afraid of the Fiscal Cliff? Media Companies, and with Good Reason
Facebook Is Quietly Ramping Up a "Killer" Ad Program
Which Devices Work for Luxury Brands
iPad to Dominate Tablet Downloads for Next 5 Years, Owning 56% in 2017
RIM CEO on App Ecosystems: Size Isn’t Everything
Apple Now Owns the Page Turn
The Future of the Feature: Breaking Out of Templates to Build Customized Reading Experiences
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"Content Is King" Again: Why Bill Gates May Be Right After All
MPA's Ethan Grey invites you to attend an exclusive Digital Publishing Seminar at Adobe's NY offices on Dec. 5. Free to members, you'll learn about digital applications created by other leading magazine publishers and hear how they are transforming their business through growth of digital readers, high value advertising sponsorships, and real-time understanding of reader engagement.
Celebrating magazine media excellence, the 2013 program will honor both print and digital nominees at the National Magazine Awards Annual Dinner on May 2, NYC.
Learn how to leverage social media platforms at MPA Digital: Social Media (Dec. 13), a valuable half-day conference designed exclusively for magazine media.
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New York: Days after the election and a month before she’ll retire the print edition of Newsweek, the pioneering editor talks with Michael Kinsley about the future for newsweeklies, American Anglophilia, and personally presiding over the end of the twentieth century.