The Association of Magazine Media

Friday, March 8, 2013

Ideas to Grow and Cultivate Magazine Media
Mr. Magazine publishes a new book called "Just Common Sense," with an introduction by David Carey, President, Hearst Magazines.
Publishing Industry's Awards Season Kicks Off
It’s almost here again — awards season for the media world. Nominatios for the National Magazine Awards will be out first week of April, then the Pulitzers will be unveiled.
The Rise of First Person Storytelling
With the rise of millennial audiences, media and “selfies,” a general me-centric culture has come to the fore, and women’s lifestyle media outlets are taking notice.
Media Buyer/Planners: Magazines Aren’t That Bad Off
Is Print Really Dying, or Just Getting Nichier?
Mag Bag: Redbook, Taste of Home Get Revamps
National Journal Explains Hacking Incident
WSJ. Money Debuts Saturday
People on the Move: Gotham, TIME, Glamour...
In a Spinoff of Time Inc., Evolution Is Complete
Former Wired Digital Editor Heads to Obvious Corp.
Lonny Gets a New Editor
Guess Who's Planning to Spend Big in Mobile? CPG Advertisers
IAB, MMA and MRC Release In-App Mobile Ad Guidelines
ESPN Rethinks Stance on Programmatic Buying
Group M Gets Into the Consulting Business
4 Ways Publishers Can Optimize for Facebook's New News Feed
FTC Files Suits Against Mobile Marketers Accused of Sending Spammy Texts
Recommendation Engine Outbrain Acquires Editorial Data Startup Visual Revenue
Building a Better Responsive Website
Consumers Favor Trad Online Vs. Social Media for Shopping Info
In Facebook's News Feed Redesign, the Focus Is on the Photos
4 Ways Publishers Can Optimize for Facebook's New News Feed
Imagining a Swap Meet for E-Books and Music
Geek Magazine Takes Interaction to the Gaming Stage at SxSW
It’s All About The Data For Apps And App Stores – A Discussion For SXSW
Edgy Gadgets at Texas Festival
Freshly Flush, the Consumer Is Back
Scott Dougall, Director, Digital Publishing, for Google, shares how magazines are connecting with readers on every channel; from web, to video, to digital editions and beyond. Scott will focus on company’s approach to working with magazine brands, and leveraging Google’s reach to deliver the content that user’s love, and create revenue opportunities for publishers on virtually every platform. Join us March 28.
Mark your calendars for this year's AMC - Magazine Media Conference, taking place Oct. 22-23 in New York City. Details to come.
Swipe 2.0 will kick off with a VIP networking reception on Mar. 27, featuring specialty drinks from NYC top shelf bartender Lucinda Sterling (right), who was spotlighted in the pages of DETAILS. Begin connecting with speakers, sponsors and attendees to the beats of DJ Vida.
To commemorate ASME's 50th anniversary this year, the editors' group is compiling four lists of the most notable achievements in magazine journalism in the last half century. Nominations are now open.
The #1 conference for independent Magazine Media publishers to share best practices, explore multi-platform solutions and discuss innovative strategies for growth. May 20-22, New Orleans.
March 19, 2013
The Professor's LOFT
Join ASME NEXT at our next monthly open-bar event for junior-level print and web journalists, and hear what BuzzFeed EIC Ben Smith has to say about getting in and moving up the masthead.
March 28, 2013
Grand Hyatt New York
Come hear the world's most noted publishers, tech experts, financial pros and media pioneers as they share what's new - and what's next - in magazine media technology at the Swipe 2.0 Conference taking place at the Grand Hyatt New York, March 27-28, 2013.
May 20 - 22, 2013
Loews New Orleans Hotel
The #1 conference for independent Magazine Media publishers to share best practices, explore multi-platform solutions and discuss innovative strategies for growing Magazine Media brands.

TIME releases the exclusive, first interview with Sheryl Sandberg ahead of her highly-anticipated new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, weighs in on the controversy surrounding Yahoo's Marissa Mayer and talks about mending fences with one-time critic Anne-Marie Slaughter.