Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Time.com Gets Mobile Right
"It is especially gratifying to see the newly relaunched flagship newsweekly (the last newsweekly standing) with a responsive design that works exceptionally well on smartphones. Time.com makes very strong use of Web app design," writes Steve Smith.
Arianna Reveals Keys to True Success at Hearst Master Class
Arianna, discussing the inspiration for her new book Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder at a Hearst magazines Q&A session called Master Class on Monday, said the true measure of accomplishment should tap into ourselves, our stress and our strengths.
Forbes Unveils Real-Time Billionaires List
Forbes has announced plans to track and share real-time data that includes the fortunes and ranks of the world’s 1600 billionaires.
Bob Mankoff and Some of The New Yorker's 80,000 Cartoons Are Featured on 60 Minutes
It is a safe bet that beyond the great prose, the eternal legacy of The New Yorker will be the cartoons that have been part of the magazine since it and "mascot" Eustace Tilley debuted in February 1925. More than 80,000 have followed.
The Quartz Secret to Great Native Ads: Think Like an Editor
Quartz, Atlantic Media’s digital business publication, has eschewed standard advertising for its entire 18 months of existence, relying instead on a native advertising formula grounded in editorial values.
New York Uses Eight Covers for Yesteryear Issue
New York’s annual “Yesteryear” issue features a look back at the last 100 years of New York music, and eight great covers. There’s Lou Reed, Frank Sinatra, Madonna and more.
Real Simple Hosts a Weekend of Beauty & Balance
Real Simple hosted its inaugural Beauty & Balance weekend event March 15-16 at the Andaz 5th Avenue in New York City with guests, health and beauty technicians and even actress Emmy Rossum.
What Marketers Should Know About Buying Publishers' Custom Audiences
Native Advertising Can Actually Boost Display-Ad Sales, Report Says
Parents Magazine Makes History with Special Needs Cover
Redbook Hosts Cooking Demo with The Chew's Carla Hall
Gloria Steinem Turns 80.
How I Got to Be Fashion Market Editor at Glamour, Q&A with Becky Malinsky
Q&A: PopSugar’s Jen Wong on the Power of Video
Allure Names Multimedia Director, The Verge Adds Matthew Schnipper
Face Up Online: Newsweek
Bloomberg Media Makes First Moves Toward New Digital Products
More on the Legacy of Look Magazine Photographer Charlotte Brooks
Wall Street Journal Launches Digital CMO Today
Vice Says It's Weighing IPO Prospects, Considering Buying a TV Network
Why LGBT Is One of the Fastest Growing Niches in Media
76% of Advertisers (and Rising) Use Real-Time Marketing
There’s still time to register for the MPA-IMAG Conference in Washington D.C. Learn how to turn macro and micro shifts into mega opportunities for your brands while sharing and networking with your fellow independent magazine media peers. May 19-20.
Speakers include MPA’s Mary G. Berner, Hearst’s Michael Clinton, All You’s Nina Willdorf and Deborah Curtis, The Atlantic’s Corby Kummer and Jay Lauf, Glamour’s Cindi Leive and Bon Appetit’s Adam Rapaport—plus Richard B. Stolley, the founding editor of PEOPLE, and Dorothy Kalins, the founding editor of Metropolitan Home and Saveur.
The Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 vanished 16 days ago during a flight between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing. Distraught relatives of the mostly Chinese 239 passengers and crew, increasingly angered by a lack of information, received a call and text message on March 24th from Malaysia's government: the plane and all aboard were lost "beyond all reasonable doubt".