The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, May 13, 2013

Rodale Ventures Into Retail
Rodale publisher of Women’s Health, Men’s Health and Prevention, will venture into retail later this month with its first online specialty store: Rodale’s. In password-protected beta mode right now, will see an official consumer launch May 20.
Magazines Make the Move to Shoppable Content
Readers look to magazines to be informed, inspired, for entertainment, and—let’s be honest—to find stuff to buy. Enter 72Lux, whose technology allows digital publishers to sell products directly from within their editorial.
Hearst's New Digital Chief on E-Commerce and the "Natural Evolution" to Native Ads
In his new role at Hearst starting today, Troy Young will focus on what's next for the digital division's 26 online brands. Give Consumers Value in Native Ads "or You're Dead," he Says.
Hearst Moves from "Months to Moments"
Like all media companies, Hearst is in the midst of a transition, the challenge, according to Troy Young, president of digital media at Hearst Magazines, is to get all those pieces to work together.
Entertainment Weekly Hosts the CapeTown Film Festival
More on: Conde Nast's Vogue YouTube Channel
SPD 48: Magazine of the Year: GQ
Kiplinger's Hires Community Editor
Elle Names Maria Dueñas Jacobs Accessories Director
Travel+Leisure Among Recommended Reading
New Publisher Changes Careers and Launches a City Magazine for Austin -Citygram
The Snow Fall story: New York Times Marries Long-Form Narrative with Captivating Visuals
TheStreet: Losses Shrink While Subscriptions Grow
Advertising Exec and Rock-n-Roll Musician Figure out How to Make Money in Publishing with Old-School Model
Tapping Overlooked Mediums for New Promotions
So Who's Making Money Publishing on the Web?
Young Americans Won’t Pay for TV. Will They Ever?
Advertisers Will Spend Nearly $10 Billion This Week on a Broken TV Model
Nielsen Offerings Reap Billions for Certain Shareholders, Nothing for the Company (Or Its Clients)
WPP's Sorrell Favors Revising C3 System, Taking Media Risks
Mobile-Based Buyers Zero in on Purchase Data, Ad Targeting
Five Startups for $16 Million: Yahoo’s Mayer Is Buying Up Most Mobile App Companies on the Cheap
Google+ Brings Story Suggestions to Mobile Web Publishers
Flipboard Expands On Android, Taps Financial Times as Content Partner
SoundCloud Starts Pushing its Own Native Ads Out of a New York Outpost
Facebook "Partner Categories" Boosts Ad Engagement
Which Social Networks Are Growing Fastest Worldwide?
Opinion: The Smartphone Is Here to Stay Because Wearable Technology Isn’t Powerful Enough
E-Commerce Outlook Is Bright
USPS Reports $1.9 Billion Loss
Bill Gates on Steve Jobs on “60 Minutes”
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