Friday, April 12, 2013
At Hearst HQ, NFL Stars Get a Crash Course in the Media Business
On Wednesday, the current crop of STAR EMBA students visited the Manhattan headquarters of Hearst Magazines, where a number of top executives and editors were on hand to offer an inside look at the workings of a big multimedia enterprise.
Teen Vogue Pumps Up Back-to-School Saturday
Teen Vogue last year created Back-to-School Saturday when it designated one day in August as a national shopping and retail holiday to build buzz around the season.
Q&A with GQ's Jim Moore
An interview with Jim Moore, who has worked at men's magazine GQ for the past 33 years; the last 18 as its Creative Director.
Mag Bag: Recap of the Week in Magazines
Washington Life Magazine Goes to the Ballet
To Fund Longform Journalism, 'Toronto Star' Tests Ebook Subscriptions
After a Triumphant 2012, Mother Jones Driving National Conversation
When Print Seems Unhip, Digital Replacement is Not the Answer
Do Readers Really Want To Click On Their Magazines?
50+ Events in New York, Atlanta and More
Wallpaper Hosts Boogie Night in Milan
Style Coalition Partners With Esquire in Men's Vertical Expansion
Ellen Pao Joins Reddit
NY Times Magazine to Publish Brian Stelter Book Excerpt
Cosmo's Joanna Coles Hosts Luncheon for Christine Quinn
Gabrielle Reese Creates a Self and O 'Mixer'
Flipboard Adds 3 Million Users Since Launch Of Personalized Magazines, Over 500,000 Magazines Created
Digitas Health Finds Pharma Companies Lag on Social
Local Online Media Is Thriving
Shopify Launches Major Redesign To Simplify Online Store-Building
IAB Releases Ad Specifics, Mobile Creative Guidelines
Foursquare Will Offer Its Data To Advertisers
LinkedIn Acquires Newsreader Startup Pulse for $90 Million
Digg Survey Studies Google Reader to Launch Alternative
Instagram Seeks Dismissal Of Lawsuit About New Terms
Bookmark This: Mobile Phone Creative Guidelines
Are Men and Women Using Mobile Apps Differently?
Facebook Home Available for Download
Easy Steps to Going Viral & Mastering the Social Web
Digital Is About People, Not Technology
The End of Big (Media): When News Orgs Move from Brands to Platforms for Talent
Our National Pastime: Press Criticism
This is the final day that ASME is posting entries to this year’s cover competition on Facebook. Featuring National Journal in the “Best Obama Cover” category. Invite your colleagues and readers to “like” their favorites.
IMAG 2013 (May 20-22, New Orleans) offers insights-packed sessions on topics like evolving digital subscription models, featuring companies like America's Test Kitchen.
Check out event highlights from Swipe 2.0, which featured speakers like James McQuivey from Forrester, who advises publishers to "partner promiscuously" in the age of disruption.
At Swipe 2.0, MPA's Mary Berner declared 6 reasons why there has never been a better time to work in magazine-branded media.
May 01, 2013
3 West Club
Register now to attend the ASME Annual Meeting with Chris Hughes, publisher and editor in chief of The New Republic. Co-founder of Facebook and digital strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, Hughes will speak candidly on the future of media. Plus—find out who wins the ASME Best Cover Contest. Lunch is $95 for ASME members. Non-members are also invited.
May 02, 2013
New York Marriott Marquis
Tickets are available now for the annual dinner on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at the New York Marriott Marquis
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.
June 10 - 12, 2013
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Retail Marketplace 2013 tackles the most important challenges in retail across the supply chain for print magazines -- driving sales, leveraging change, creating new opportunities and connecting with consumers.
Photograph by Kelly Stuart
What happens when you wear the official clubhouse jacket of Augusta National out and about in New York City just before The Masters? Town&Country's Sam Dangremond found out.