The Association of Magazine Media

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Oprah Tops Forbes Most Powerful Celebrity List
Forbes based a celebrity's earnings on income from tours, books, contracts, endorsements, movies and residuals. Each celebrity was given a marketability score, developed by California market research firm E-Poll.
Anna Wintour Tweets for the First Time
Vogue editor and Conde Nast artistic director Anna Wintour posted her first message on Twitter Wednesday, weighing in on the Supreme Court ruling against the Defense of Marriage Act.
LeBron James' 20th Sports Illustrated Cover
This week’s Sports Illustrated features LeBron James on the cover for the 20th time; James’ first SI cover came at just 17 when the magazine presciently dubbed him “The Chosen One.”
5 Internship-Inspired Tunes for Your Summer Playlist
Jeff Nelson presents five waiting-to-happen summer hits (all inspired by his internship at People) that are perfect for your next roadtrip, barbecue, commute, or night out.
IDG Partners With LinkedIn for Marketing Services Programs
The Catch-22 of Magazines and Mobile: Q&A with Rachel Pasqua
More on How Forbes Magazine has Stayed Ahead of the Curve
Eva Chen, Lucky Magazine's Editor in Chief, Has Some Career Advice for Young Women
Marc Ambinder Joins The Atlantic’s Defense One
The Knot Says "I Do" -to a Gay Wedding Mag
Texas Writer David Leftwich Launching New Food Magazine, Sugar and Rice
Twitter CEO Sees Role for Editors: Weed through Tweets
Fast Company Launches Chinese Edition
Variety Names Asia Bureau Chief
Suzan Gursoy Promoted to Publisher of Adweek
Is the Sky Really Falling on NOOK?
3 Nook Features that Were Ahead of their Time
B&N's Mystery: Vanishing Sales
How to Sell Brands on Mobile Ads
Loyalty Metric: This Is Not Spam
5 Reasons Not to Forget the "Media" Part of Social Media
ANA: Marketing Pros Focus on Cost Control, ROI
App Publishing, Analytics and the Path to Profitability
The Publisher's Role in Native Advertising
As Supply of Demand-Side Rises, Flaws Are Exposed in RTB's Bidding Infrastructure
The Madison Avenue Don Draper Never Knew
A Map That Shows Each State's Most Famous Brand Room
B2C Ecommerce Climbs Worldwide, as Emerging Markets Drive Sales Higher
Tech Products and Discretionary Spending Advancing with College Students
Watchdogs to Police Children's Sites for Privacy Violations
Why We Should Give a Damn About Saving the USPS
The Magazine Media industry’s premier conference is now reconceived, revitalized and more important than ever. Explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times - register for AM²C by July 8 for super early rates.
The association, working with a coalition of mailing groups, has issued a statement in opposition to a possible USPS rate hike, which can be as high as 10 percent.
The 2013 Yale Publishing Course—Leadership Strategies in Magazine & Digital Publishing (July 14-19)—tackles the most important issues facing publishers in this time of ever-accelerating change.
October 22 - 23, 2013
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Reimagined and reinvented, AM²C 2013 is Magazine Media’s premier conference, convening the top minds from publishing, editorial, technology and advertising, to explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times.

People magazine has a jam-packed online video channel that surpasses some TV channels in exclusive celebrity coverage: Find out which sandwich celeb foodies named their favorite, learn why Cat Deeley always dances to Beyoncé, and of course the latest on the newest (and presumably youngest celeb in the world,) newborn North West.