Wednesday, January 2, 2013
A New Year's Letter from David Carey
In a memo to staffers, Carey lays out the plan for the company in the coming new year, and highlights some things that have gone right.
Great Magazine Covers of 2012
Ad Age names names their top 10 favorites from the past year, from New York to Interview Russia.
50 Shades of Vulgarity
The long-running debate in women’s magazines — how frank can they be? — seems to have shifted, as editors throughout the industry are sprinkling more curse words in their copy.
Her Story, Give or Take a Few Lines
Joan Kron talks enthusiastically about new ideas she has for Allure magazine, where she is an editor-at-large covering her chosen subject, plastic surgery.
Media Leaders Facing Challenges in 2013
Who's That Girl on Glamour's "Hair Flip" Issue?
Maxim Recruits a Readership in Uniform
Is This the "Future" for Specialist Magazines?
Vogue Festival Returning to London in April
AMI's David Pecker Backing Night-Life Startup
Like Vidal, Hughes and Hitchens, Essayist Paul Fussell Was an Intellectual Malcontent
As If Mag's Tatijana Shoan Talks Fashion, Photography
AARP’s Road to 1Mil Facebook Fans
Belgian Media Planning Shared Digital Content Passport
FTC Reports Food Marketing to Children Down 19.5%
Tech Giants Brace for More Scrutiny from Regulators
U.S. Auto Sales Forecast to Break 15 Million in 2013
5 Trends That Will Define Design in 2013
Eight Digital Trends to Watch in 2013
The Publishing 2013 Checklist
33 Percent of Americans Own an E-Reader or Tablet
Flipboard Competitor Clipped Launches, Aimed at Better Curation
February 07, 2013
In an ever-evolving media landscape, media companies are expected to distribute content from their brands across a variety of channels, platforms, websites, apps, print and more. During this webinar learn how to succeed in today’s disruptive environment, prioritize digital efforts and gain new customers in doing so.