Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Lucky Magazine Starts With a Print Evolution
The first iteration of Lucky's evolution is reaching newsstands this month in a redesigned June/July issue that puts a premium on visuals. "It's more aesthetically stimulating. It's eye candy" says Gillian Gorman, who oversees Lucky's editorial and business operations.
Forbes, Google+ Partner On Mobile News Project
Google+ is launching a content recommendation system for mobile users via a new partnership with Forbes. The program could continue to boost traffic at Forbes, which already has benefited from social networking sites, especially LinkedIn and Facebook.
Atlantic Media to Launch a Digital-First Brand for Defense Community
Defense One, a news and information site for the national security community, will be the latest output of the company strategy to launch verticals aimed at influentials and in the digital form they've grown accustomed to getting their news in.
Catching Up With Chris Heath, National Magazine Award Winner
Of all the prizes handed out at the National Magazine Awards, one of the most prestigious is reporting. Heath won for an 11,000-word piece in the March 2012 GQ on a wild animal hunt and massacre in Zanesville, Ohio.
The Rise of “Magging”
New Research Finds 92% of Time Spent on News Consumption is Still on Legacy Platforms
Anna Wintour's New Title Debuts on Condé Nast Mastheads
Quartz and NYU’s Studio 20 Team Up to Explore “Networked Beats”
Why E-Mail Newsletters Won’t Die
It’s Not about How Long-Form Your Content Is, It’s About Engagement
What Journalists Need To Know About the Seizure of AP Phone Records
Connie Anne Phillips Leaves InStyle; Karin Tracy Succeeds
Seventeen Promotes Carissa Rosenberg Tozzi
On View: Patrick Demarchelier’s Bodies of Desire
Grace Coddington on Fashion Photographer Terence Donovan
Maximizing for Multiscreens: A Q&A With Maxim's CTO
Ad Age Adds Second San Francisco Staffer
Big Print Magazine Publishers Aren't the Only Ones Using Replica Edition Vendors
Tablets More M-Commerce-Friendly Than Phones
Smartphones and Tablets, Though Mobile, Require Separate Ad Approach
Opinion: Killing Third-Party Cookies Will Not Save Branded Publishers, Programmatic Ad Buying
How to Attract Eyeballs to Branded Content
5 (Un)Alarming Stats About Banner Ads
How to Integrate Google+ Into Your Online Marketing Initiative
Web Browsers Reinvented: File-sharing, Apps and Voice Commands Change How Internet Is Used
Adobe's Move to the Cloud Incites Anger and Other Top Comments
Pinterest Mobile Eases Small Screen Nesting
Jump-Start Innovation to Leverage Digital Potential
Global Smartphone Sales Surge While Basic Phone Sales Fall
At I/O, Google Tilts Toward Android Services Over Android OS
Baby-Boomer Marketers Are Misreading Millennials' Media Behavior
Online Video Advertising Moves Front and Center
The Ad Smackdown: Facebook Vs. Google
Android Users Beef Up Privacy Claims Against Google
New Bill Legalizes Cell-Phone Unlocking, DVD Ripping
APPNATION returns to NYC next Tuesday and Wednesday (May 21-22) for their 3rd annual Cross-Platform Summit to explore the burgeoning world of apps across all connected devices. MPA members can register now and get 30% off using promotional code ANCPS30.
RSVP today for a free workshop (Thursday, May 16) on how to achieve beautiful, interactive, digital editions, across devices and OS with minimal investment.
A weekly compilation of the critical and creative news that can elevate the vitality and innovation of the magazine industry. With a focus on technology, Sticky Posts will share links of what we've been reading, curated with a focus on magazine media. Week of May 10.
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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Everyday Health: Did Angelina make the right decision to be tested for BRCA gene mutations and have a double mastectomy? Here's what women's health expert Lauren Streicher, MD, thinks.