The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Q&A with Nancy Gibbs, New Editor at TIME: Says the Magazine Will Always Exist in Print
"I think readers' habits are going to keep changing and migrating. That doesn't worry me at all, some of that new technology, particularly tablets, are wonderfully suited to what we do best. Time will always exist on pages, but it will be part of a larger presence," said Ms. Gibbs.
Nancy Gibbs Announces New Hires Along with Her Plans for TIME
Senior Editor Matt Vella will become business editor of the news organization, and former New York Post deputy features editor Isaac Guzman will become Time’s culture editor.
Bonnier’s American Photo and Popular Photography Team Up with Sony to Produce New Print and Digital Title
American Photo and Popular Photography recently launched a brand new Newsstand app for a start-up magazine Imaging Edge. The title will appear in both print and for the iPad.
Forbes, and ASME's Sid Holt Speak to Magazine Media and the Enduring Popularity of Lists
At 05:00 in the segment, Luisa Kroll of Forbes discusses the appeal of their own yearly rankings, and Sid Holt, Chief Executive Officer of ASME, offers perspectives on why lists grab readers again and again.
Hearst's Malcolm Netburn: Digital Is Your Destiny
Chairman and CEO of Hearst's CDS Global, Malcolm Netburn says the magazine publishing industry must look at readers’ migration to tablets and smartphones as an opportunity rather than a burden.
Vibe to Go Quarterly, SpinMedia Considers the Same for Spin's Return
"I think there are a lot of benefits to a print publication beyond P&L," said Steve Hansen, CEO at SpinMedia, "If you view it as marketing and another way to reach your audience, I think it's a pretty good way to get our message out."
D-Day for iOS 7, Developers Issue Updates, Cross their Fingers
A Quarterly Magazine for Farm-to-Table: More on Modern Farmer
Condé Nast Awards Italian Students Scholarships
Hearst's Eve Burton, SVP and General Counsel Added to AOL's Board of Directors
ESPN, Mother Jones Among 2013 Online Journalism Award Finalists
Announced on Reddit: Madonna Collaborating with Vice Media Via BitTorrent
What Bustle Magazine's Funding Really Means
Penthouse Magazine Owner Files for Bankruptcy
What Does "Mobile-First" Mean to Publishers?
Tablet Users Set the Bar High for Keeping Connected Across Devices
Skype Debuts Rich Media Ads for iPhone, Android Devices
Why Twitter’s Real Gold Mine Is Data
Facebook Users in U.S. and U.K. Leaving "in Droves," Quitting Site over Privacy and Addiction Fears
Wibbitz: Turn Text into Video, "Readers into Watchers"
Millennial Media Launches Mobile Ad Exchange
Fashionistas, Foodies Draw Most Demand in Mobile RTB Exchange
Commentary: Forget Pubs, Isn't It Time for an AdConnect?
AdFin Unveils "Bloomberg Terminal" for Online Media Trading
Why Ad Plumbing Matters
What's Holding This Big Pharma Back?
How "Cord Never" Generation Poses Sales Drag for Pay TV
Ho-Hum Holiday Retail Outlook
Web Standards Group Plans to Continue Do-Not-Track Effort
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