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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Condé Nast Touts Biggest September in Five Years
Condé Nast's Vogue weighed in at a total of 665 total ad pages. Five Condé brands: W, Bon Appétit, Allure, Teen Vogue, and Glamour, posted their biggest September in five years.
Rolling Stone Remains Committed while CVS, Walgreens Ban Magazine over Tsarnaev Cover
The chain stores CVS/Pharmacy and Walgreens have said that they would not sell the latest issue of Rolling Stone, which features a cover photo that some critics and Massachusetts politicians say glamorizes the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Magazines' Controversial Covers
Whether they showcase a Boston bombing suspect, Sesame Street characters, breast-feeding, post-electoral fist-bumping or raising a royal from the dead, these magazine covers gave people something to talk about.
Collector's Search for Sport Illustrated Mystery 60s Magazine Cover Girl
Over the last 31 years, Scott Smith has snagged thousands of signatures from sports stars featured on Sports Illustrated covers. One had eluded him: the autograph of the woman on the cover of the Oct. 17, 1960 issue.
Forbes Media Pairs Tech, Tastes for Wine Club
In the now venerable tradition of publishers extending their brand into non-publishing businesses, Forbes has joined The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Food & Wine in starting its own wine club.
The Power of Investment
Mary Clare Fischer, Interning at Kiplinger's Personal Finance, reflects on the things she is learning while working at the heart of one of magazine media's most venerable personal finance and investment titles.
Condé Nast Italy Acquires La Cucina Italiana
BuzzFeed Launches Michael Hastings Fellowship
The ESPN Magazine’s Body Issue Party
CQ Roll Call Rolls Out Weekly Digital Edition
Lindy Hess, Who Trained Many for Publishing Industry, Dies at 63
Valerie Salembier Tapped by NYPD
Fortune Adds Design Director
Liz Schimel Tapped to Lead Condé Nast China
Amor Magazine Founder, Ruby Mae Moore, on Creating a "Diverse Lady Magazine"
Lifestyle Media Group Adds New Luxury Title to Its Portfolio
Maryland Life Magazine to Close
"Keep Taking the Tablets," Magazine's Success Shows Good Health of B2B Sector
Marketing Services, Rewards and Risks for Magazine Publishers
Is Native Advertising an "It Girl?"
Google Appears Poised to Unveil New Nexus Tablets
How Google Glass Will Change the Future of Broadcast Journalism
Mobile Wars Up Tech Ad Spend
Advertising Investments Rise at Tech Companies
Adobe Launches Social Predictive Platform
Consumers Viewed 20 Billion Video Ads in June
Mom's Apps
UK Bans Coca-Cola Ad for Misleading Exercise Claims
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