Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Media Tech Q&A with CIOs and CTOs at Hearst, Meredith Corp., Time Inc.
Many publishers are taking an iterative approach to infrastructure and systems development, taking little steps forward each time there’s a substantial market shift—they’re making strategic investment bets over capital-oriented upgrades.
Lucky Magazine Gets a Makeover Thanks to Its New Editor-In-Chief
Eva Chen, an editor handpicked by Anna Wintour herself, took the reins at Lucky. The September issue appears on newsstands everywhere on Tuesday.
September Women's Fashion/Beauty Magazines to Have a Winning "Super Bowl"
ELLE's Kevin O'Malley explains that "luxury fashion and beauty advertisers are using September to break new campaigns. Everything now comes together with Fashion Week..."
Embracing Washington's Magazine Culture
Stanley Kay, interning at The Washingtonian, recounts his rewarding experience at the title and his unexpected discovery that New York City isn't the only desirable destination in the magazine business.
Conde Nast Traveler, Sunset, Among the "11 Best Travel Magazines This Month"
More on Hearst Magazines New Chief Digital Exec, Todd Haskell
TMZ Vet Daniel Goldblatt Now at the Helm of Variety.com
T Magazine's Deborah Needleman to Be Honored by FGI
Former VIBE Magazine President, Keith Clinkscales Named CEO of Revolt TV
Kate Moss' Esquire Cover Is Model's First Men's Magazine Appearance in 17 Years
ESPN Confirms It Will Hire Bloggers to Cover Every NFL Team
Rance Crain’s Views on the World of Biz Journalism
Business Insider Founder and CEO Henry Blodget Buys a Newspaper
Chicago Sun Sentinel Releases Tablet App for Special Issue of Its Magazine
App Gamer Magazine Bets You Won’t Mind Paying $7.99 for Their Newsstand App
German Magazine Accused Over Historical Views
MPR's Parent Company Sells Its Publishing Arm
The Monocle Approach to Native Ads
Adobe Offers Free DPS Primer for Independent Pubs
Analysts: P&G Beauty Line Needs a Makeover
The Power of Content Marketing in Consumer Purchase
What the Publicis-Omnicom Merger Means to Media Owners
IPG's Roth on Publicis-Omnicom: "Bigger Doesn't Make for Better Creative"
Should Online Publishers Fear Publicis Omnicom?
How the Digital Age Has Reshaped the Ad Game
Mobile Continues to Expand Digital Audiences
5 Ways To Improve Viewability
Don’t miss MPA’s digital training course on Sept. 18, where industry experts from Condé Nast, Hearst and Time Inc. will cover the framework for understanding the mechanics, vocabulary and processes of digitizing magazine media. Find out some of the key titles registered and learn why you should sign up today.
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 Now!
October 22 - 23, 2013
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.