Monday, June 2, 2014
Sports Illustrated Launches Planet Futbol Site
Just in time for the World Cup, Sports Illustrated is expanding its soccer blog, Planet Futbol, into a standalone site set to roll out later this week. SI made a similar (and very successful) move last year when it launched MMQB, a spin-off site based on football writer Peter King’s popular Monday Morning Quarterback blog.
Condé Nast Traveler Launches New App
Condé Nast Traveler has created a new app called The Gold List, which highlights the best hotel and resort properties and cruise lines, bars and restaurants worldwide.
More on Atlantic Media's Relaunch of CityLab.com, Emphasis on Mobile, Expanded Editorial
Some of the site’s new features include Navigator, a guide to urban life, and CityFixer, which organizes solutions-based stories around varied topics from streets and climate change to aging and mass transit.
The Alliance for Audited Media (FKA Audit Bureau of Circulations) Is Absorbing ImServices
At a time when reports of phony Web ad impressions are spooking digital advertisers, two leading industry auditing firms are merging to bring more confidence to the digital advertising ecosystem.
InStyle Editor-in-chief Ariel Foxman Offers “What to Wear for a Job Interview in Fashion”
"I think a person should look office-appropriate," says Ariel Foxman, InStyle's editor in chief.
People Fêtes Anjelica Huston
Huston was in New York last week for Book Expo America 2014, and she was among the guests at the People reception on May 29 at the Ink48 Hotel's Press Lounge.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Is Not Jealous of Chirlane McCray’s Magazine Cover
“I’m not upset that she got on the cover of New York Magazine before me,” he said. “There's no tension at home over that, I want you to know.”
At the Newsstand: This Season’s Bridal Magazines
Brides, Bridal Guide, Inside Weddings, and The Knot are among the titles reviewed.
Home Shoot by Interior Designer DeChelle A. Harris Inspired by 2013 InStyle Feature on Yaya Alafia
New Republic Explains Why It Published Pictures from a Botched Execution
Take the Sports Knowledge Test Given to Wannabe ESPN Employees
Kim Sealy Named Publisher of AMI's Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health
Susan Pocharski Moves from Ladies' Home Journal to More Entertainment Director
Bruce Shulman Is Promoted to Publisher of Northstar Travel Media's Retail Group
Technology Finance Specialist David Aber Named Taboola CFO
Apocalypse Plow: Modern Farmer Magazine
How I Got to Be Editor-in-Chief of MAKER Magazine
Vice Fires Back at Gawker in Hipster News Battle
Arianna Huffington: "I'm Optimistic About the Media -Even Newspapers"
WhatsApp Emerges As Big Share Driver for Publishers
Hebbard: iBooks Author, Apple’s Publishing Platform, Needs an Android competitor
BuzzFeed Changes Labels on Promoted Content: Sponsored Material Gets Clear Designation
Native Ads: Finessing Fuzzy
GlaxoSmithKline in $350 Million Cancer Drug Venture
Major Ad Deals for Facebook, Twitter
Google Adds "Right to Be Forgotten" Form
Supreme Court Won't Intervene in New York Times’ Reporter's Case
Pay Attention: Net-Neutrality Rules Could Shake Up Online Advertising
All Millionaires Are Not Alike
Nielsen Families Become "Framilies," Ratings Giant Begins Registering Mobile Devices In TV Households
Sizable TV Deletions Occur, Despite Frequent Recordings
U.S. Ad Market Forecast to Spike 6.2% in 2014
What NPR Learned from Turning Its @nprnews Twitter Account from a Bot into a Human: Engagement Soared
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.
This weekend, the stars took in some time on Broadway, at the beach, and with famous friends. Hugh Jackman met up with Cabaret‘s Michelle Williams while Lupita Nyong’o and Olivia Munn brought out their sunnies at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic.