The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, May 6, 2013

Time Inc. and Sprint Team Up to Conquer Mobile Ads
Advertisers will have access to Sprint’s mobile portal, ad networks and third-party publishers. Sprint will be able to run clients’ ads on the mobile sites of Time Inc.’s brands.
Condé Nast Launches B-to-B Ecommerce Site
The publisher has launched CondeNastTrade.com, offering the interior design community access to select photos and illustrations from 11 of its titles.
Fortune 500 Issue Boasts Record Ad Paging
With 193 ads (and a total 356 pages), the magazine's biggest franchise is up 36 year-over-year in ad pages, including 75 advertisers who didn't appear in last year’s issue.
Don’t Miss: Highlights from Ellies 2013
View even more photos from the 2013 National Magazine Awards, presented May 2 in New York City.
National Geographic Wins Four National Magazine Awards
How Hearst Nabbed 1 Million Tablet Subscribers
Garden & Gun Debuts Issue Trailers
Time for Nine: Golf Digest's Campaign for Nine-Hole Play
Eat for the Hungry with Martha Stewart
Walmart Leads Annual Fortune 500 List
On the Newsstand: Magazines for Moms
10 Magazines with Awesome Pinterest Accounts
Panna Cooking App Gets Traction, Funding
Recently Launched New Tablet Editions
FP's Josh Rogin joins The Daily Beast
Patricia Steele to Exit Condé Nast
Los Angeles Magazine EIC Mary Melton Adds Emmis Publishing VP Title
Attorney Glasser Leaving Bloomberg
Mario Barson Named VP of Hearst-Texas Recruitment Advertising
Abrams Media Taps Business Insider Exec As President
Kara Swisher on Instagram’s Billion-Dollar Ride in Vanity Fair
Vogue's Hamish Bowles Looks Forward to Tonight's Met Gala
Media Giants Build a Video Presence on the Web With Original Shows
Brands Embrace Mobile Social Advertising
Mobile Gets One Out of Five Paid Search Clicks
Marketers Should Pay More Attention to Native Ads
Comscore: 9.9 Billion Video Ad Views in February
Auto Sales Were Up, Bottom Lines Not So Much
U.S. Ad Market Core Growth Forecast at 2.4%, TV Could Dip
Digital Newfront Wrap: HuffPost’s Native Ads
Lilly Diabetes Expands Disney Publishing Partnership
YouTube Launching Paid Subscriptions to Some Video Channels
Amazon Appstore Launches in China
Apple Leads Samsung in U.S. Smartphones
Is This Article Earned Media? Depends Where You Got it From
S&P Upgrades Playboy's Stock Ranking
B&N Nook: Let's Try That Again
Amazon Kindle Fire to Go 10-inch
Publishers Clearing House Imagines Handing a Big Check to Gilligan and Mike Brady
New York Times Launches Web-only Documentaries with Retro Report
BuzzFeed Takes Steps to Expand Foreign News
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Sticky Posts is a weekly compilation of the critical and creative news that can elevate the vitality and innovation of the magazine industry. Here’s what we’ve been reading the week of May 3, 2013.
Don Peschke, Founder/President, August Homes Publishing, reveals why IMAG 2013 is a can’t-miss conference for brand innovators. May 20-22.
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.

 

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