The Association of Magazine Media

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Celeb Media (Magazine Media) Prepares for Royal Baby Blowout: Weekly Magazines Get Ready to Cash In
Between newsstand sales, special issues and features, the magazine industry raked in an estimated $31 million from the Royal Wedding in 2011. Now, the celebrity tabloids and their digital counterparts are getting ready to reap the benefits of the royal union with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's first baby.
Jet Gets a Redesign
A redesigned Jet magazine will pop up on newsstands later this month, with a brighter cover, a rearrangement of the magazine's feature sections, a new logo, bigger photos and more infographics.
Sports Illustrated Rallies Unprecedented Assets Behind New Football Site, The MMQB
Executives are describing the forthcoming football-only website led by Peter King as “one of the most important things we've launched in the company’s history.”
Naked Ambition: Hollywood's Most Daring Magazine Nudity
From Adam Levine to Demi Moore, there are scores of notable celebrities who have flaunted their hot and sizzling bodies on the covers and pages of magazines in various states of nakedness.
Finding a Sweet Home in Alabama... and New York City
Allison Pohle, interning at Ladies' Home Journal, profiles fellow intern Anna Price Olson, (interning at Brides magazine) whose 1,018.5 mile voyage to New York is about more than just geographic distance.
Vox Media Takes a Page from Magazines for New Ad Formats
Hearst Mags Retains IMG Licensing for Global Brand Extensions
More on Atlantic Media Launches Defense One
More on People Moves at TIME
Forbes Names New Chief Revenue Officer
Who Should Buy Maxim Magazine? A Former Editor-in-Chief Has an Idea
Major US Equestrian Magazine Changes Hands
The Onion Will Cease Print Publication in Native City of Madison
From Lenovo: the Greatest PC of All Time that Nobody Knows About
Madefire Signs Up Its First Outside Publishers, Including IDW, for Its "Motion Books" Platform
Google Cross-Channel Attribution Reporting Set to Increase Mobile Ad Budgets
How Marketers Are Approaching Mobile in 2013
Innovation and Data: The Marketer's Dilemma
Native Advertising is Not the Future
Why Are So Many Media Planners Female?
A La Carte Pricing Would Hurt TV
The False Hope of Hyperlocal
NebuAd Partner Wins Key Battle in Privacy Case
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