The Association of Magazine Media

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Hearst's Dr. Oz The Good Life Will Become Fixture at Newsstand and Subscribers' Homes in 2015
The title will move to a regular frequency of 10 times a year, Hearst said Wednesday. Subscription orders for the new magazine have topped 285,000, according to Hearst. The magazine's circulation guarantee to advertisers of 450,000 is expected to grow in 2015, the company said.
New TIME Magazine Cover Is a Powerful Statement About Sexual Assault on College Campuses
The issue's cover —featuring a traditional collegiate pennant branded with "rape" in capital letters, is a stark representation of the prevalence of college sexual assaults.
Q&A with The Economist's Audra Martin
Audra Martin, VP of advertising at The Economist Group spoke to Digiday about The Economist’s digital focus, and its approach to content marketing and what she thinks of BuzzFeed.
There’s No Time Like the Future at Smithsonian Magazine’s The Future Is Here Festival
Besides George Takei, the speakers include explorers, authors, NASA engineers, biologists, the president of the New York State Distillers Guild and many other people who as kids wrecked the curve in science class.
Smithsonian Magazine to Fly Drone in Ronald Reagan Building
As part of it’s “Future is Here” festival taking place this weekend,Smithsonian magazine will present a live drone flight inside the Ronald Reagan Building and a demonstration of a hydrogen and nitrogen-powered jetpack on Woodrow Wilson Plaza.
Condé Nast Britain Announces Ad Portal Launch
Advertisers and agencies will have the benefits of a new ad portal for delivery of all print, tablet and mobile advertising with Condé Nast titles, it was announced yesterday by Sarah Jenson, Production Director of Condé Nast Britain.
Wired’s BizCon: An Intersection of Technology, Design and Enterprise
Business leaders converged to discuss challenges and solutions: Wired's BizCon was a daylong event that tied together a common theme, -how technology and design intersect with business.
Yahoo! Debuts "Yahoo Movies" Digital Magazine
Josh Wolk, Executive Editor of Yahoo Entertainment announced, "Today, we’re premiering the new Yahoo Movies, a digital magazine that provides movie lovers of all kinds—from blockbuster fanatics to indie-film obsessives—a ticket to the ultimate movie experience."
For B-to-B, Print Revenue Is Highest, But Digital Is Driving Growth
Hearst Names Redbook’s Jill Herzig Editor-in-Chief of Dr. Oz Magazine
Alison Brower Rejoins The Hollywood Reporter
Quartz Hires New Technology Editor and More People Moves at Website
Krystle Kopacz Named COO of National Journal Group
Claire Shipman and Katty Kay Discuss "The Confidence Code" with The Atlantic
America’s Largest-Circulation Classical Music Magazine Has a New Publisher
Jill Abramson Replaced as New York Times Editor by Dean Baquet
Horgan: Deconstructing Jill Abramson’s Sudden Departure
Surprise News Hits an Industry No Longer with a Voice of Its Own
Magzter Updates Digital Newsstand App, Says It Has Added Interactive Magazines
Tribune: A Comeback Story Hot off the Press
Study: Americans Want News As Many Ways As They Can Get It
Google Appoints New York Advertising Executive Eileen Naughton As U.K. Chief
Google Glass Aims to Entice Travelers with New TripIt, Foursquare, and OpenTable Integrations
Why Facebook and Twitter Are Courting Small Businesses
Travel Ads Via Programmatic Still Expensive, But Didn't Reign Supreme in April
5 Signs Programmatic Advertising Is Taking off
Sullivan: Brands Must Rethink Media As Consumers Value Scale Over Consumption
FCC Advances Proposal to Erode Net Neutrality
Internet of Things to Be All Around Us in 2025
Brent Poer, president of LiquidThread North America, is a powerful marketer of many strong opinions and lots of boldface clients, including world class marketers P&G, Walmart and American Honda Motor Company. Come hear this top advertiser and creative force reveal how to make the tablet a better experience for advertisers and consumers. MPA CHEW ON THIS bring-your-lunch series, NYC, Thursday, June 26.
The conference that will show the magazine media industry how to turn everyday shifts into successes and also convene like-minded indie publishers begins today in Washington, D.C.
You bring your lunch, we'll serve the food for thought. Featuring Will Palley, trends strategist, JWT New York, on " Trends That Will Shape the World in 2014 and Beyond." Complimentary for MPA/ASME members. Register today, NYC/Webinar.
Be a part of the only magazine media industry event that brings together all retail supply chain partners. June 9-11, The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner, VA.
-Adobe, AAM, Brown/Nellymoser, CDS Global, Kobo, MediaRadar, Publishers Press, Quad Graphics, Sherman & Howard, ShopAdvisor, and SocialFlow for their support of the MPA-IMAG Conference. -Blippar and Publishers Press for their support of the 2014 National Magazine Awards.
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.
WIRED's articles editor Cliff Kuang has spent months reporting on the new 9/11 Museum, which recently opened to the public. Speaking to the museum's designers, Kuang examines their challenges of presenting a lasting memorial to an event whose impact is still felt everyday, and he reports that they tackled those challenges with a combination of sophisticated design and artfully deployed technologies. The result isn't so much a record of an event as a testament to how much we've all witnessed.