Wednesday, August 7, 2013
NYC Weeklies Grow: New York and The New Yorker Are Up in All Circulation Measures
Magazines' success on the digital newsstand augurs well for other titles aiming to expand their footprints on tablets and mobile devices.
Ebony's Trayvon Covers
Spike Lee, Boris Kodjoe, Dwyane Wade and their sons in the September issue: Ebony is doing its part to honor the life of Trayvon Martin and to keep the conversation about race in America alive.
Advance Ad Sales for New TV Season Called Lukewarm
After months of buildup and weeks of negotiations, the five English-language broadcasters finished their sales last week in what is known as the upfront market: The results were not as bad as some had expected, but not as robust as others had hoped.
3 Summer Reads Selected the Wrong Way
"We all know the age-old adage, don't judge a book by its cover, but we're all guilty of it," offers Jeff Nelson, interning at People. Jeff recommends three books chosen on the apparent strength of their front covers.
More on: AAM's Initial First Half Data Reports Released
Time Inc. Spinoff Delayed Until Early Next Year
More on: Quartz to Allow Readers to Contribute to Articles
André Leon Talley Profiled in Vanity Fair's September Issue
Meredith Corp. Names Alison Adler Matz Publisher of MORE
Geoff Boucher Leaving Entertainment Weekly
Hollywood Reporter Names New Asia Bureau Chief
Capitol File Names New Publisher
New Magazine Takes a Grown-Up Look at Adoption
Magazine Designed to Recreate a Psychedelic Drug Trip
Year of Media Deals Could Be Gearing up for More
Is Pinterest a Hedge Against Showrooming?
Thrillist Expands, Becomes a Blend of Frommer's and Foursquare
When Native Advertising Met Ad Tech
Mobile and Targeting Drive Up Email Opens
These Secrets Will Improve Your Mobile Ads' Click-Through Rates
Windows Phone App Studio Makes Building Apps Simple
I Built a Windows Phone App and It Freaking Sucks
Google Glass Shows Brands Importance of Targeted Info
Shopper Sentiment Improves: Report
Stop & Shop to Pull out of New Hampshire
Facebook Reveals How Its News Feed Works —Again
Budget Cuts Are Delaying USPS and Federal Retiree Payments
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October 22 - 23, 2013
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