Thursday, October 24, 2013
From AM2C, Media Execs Present United Front at Association of Magazine Media Conference
The magazine industry convened Wednesday in New York for the annual conference held by its trade group, the Association of Magazine Media, and made a show of unity to defend the vitality of print.
From AM2C, Frank Talking Magazine Execs: We Can Do Better on Native Ads, Video Opportunities and Tablets' Promise
Speaking on a panel at the Association of Magazine Media's annual conference Tuesday, industry's bigwigs sounded a mostly optimistic and unified note on the state of the business.
From AM2C, Publishers, Agencies Say Native Ads Should Look More Like Editorial, Not Less
The American Magazine Media Conference wasted little time Tuesday delving into one of the ad world's most buzz-worthy and controversial topics: native advertising, the sponsored posts designed to get readers' attention by more or less mimicking the editorial.
From AM2C, Editors Talk Models Versus Celebs with DvF at the American Magazine Media Conference
Kicking off her hosting duties at the American Magazine Media Conference, Diane von Furstenberg admitted that she'd been out very late last night along with her panel of all-star EICs, although none of them even hinted at a touch of fatigue.
From AM2C, Eric Schmidt: The Future of Magazines Is on Tablets
At a Magazine Publishers Association conference on Wednesday, the Google chairman took the stage with Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich to talk about the future — it's mobile — and how magazines fit into it.
From AM2C, Native Advertising: Creative Renaissance, or Brand Killer?
At the conference panelists from the magazine industry stressed that there’s plenty of trial and error ahead for native advertising, but that, ultimately, quality will determine the winners and losers.
Exigent Request Should Fail, Says Author of Last Postal Bill
InStyle Editor Ariel Foxman Featured on “How I Made It in Fashion” Series
Latest Smithsonian Magazine Features Gaggle of Celebrity Contributors
Ebony Magazine, Jacksons to Honor Berry Gordy
The Atlantic Asks If Elon Musk Is the Greatest Living Inventor
Hires and People Moves at Lucky and Grind Media
More on OpenGate Capital's Media Acquisitions Group Launch
Charted: Which Magazines Made Ad Age's Magazine A-List Most in the Past Decade?
Politico’s Glenn Thrush Skips Credit for Daily Beast’s Josh Rogin
SpinMedia Lay Offs
A.J. Daulerio Leaving SpinMedia
EC Comics, Vilified in the 1950s, Thrive 60 Years Later
While Aggregation Apps Fail to Take Hold, Retailers Continue to Develop Branded Catalog Apps
Facebook Is No Longer the Most Popular Social Network for Teens
Mobile Gaming Revenues Lag Behind Other Channels
Brands, Consumers Don't Agree on Value Of Marketing, But Consumers Connecting with Data-Driven Channels
Attempting to Solve the Duality of Data Collection and Privacy
What’s happening today in tablet advertising? How is the advertiser community embracing tablet technologies? Join us for a complimentary lunch on Nov. 13 and learn exclusive insights on multi-channel advertising trends of magazine brands across print, web, and tablet based on analysis that looks at the entire magazine landscape.
Ensuring optimum results in the digital experience requires new expertise, informed approaches, and a refined skill set in design and UX principles. Join us Nov. 18 at Hearst Tower and learn from the experts how to optimize your content performance at our morning symposium featuring some of today’s most accomplished authorities in design, content strategy and product development.
The MPA Factbook is for the first time available in a digital edition, produced by our member and sponsor Brown Printing Company. Enjoy the 2013/2014 MPA Factbook – filled with facts, stats and insights on magazine media!
November 19, 2013
The law is changing as fast as your job description. Are you keeping up? Join us on November 19 for ASME's annual Legal Briefing for Magazine Editors.
November 06 - 07, 2013
This two-day workshop for junior-level editors covers print and digital fundamentals. The workshop explores the role of the publisher, provides hands-on training with veteran editors and includes small-group sessions about career building. Attendees come away inspired and informed.
November 06, 2013
The Professor's LOFT
This event will be our first in a special series of ASME NEXT Talks featuring a writer. Our guest on November 6 will be Sarah Stillman, staff writer at The New Yorker and 2012 National Magazine Award winner.
They don't call them motion pictures for nothing: Audrey Hepburn, in Roman Holiday, was the face that launched a thousand trips. Celebrate the chemistry between movie magic and real-world settings with Conde Nast Traveler's look at the 50 best film journeys.