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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Time CEO Testing Higher Prices for People in Wealthy Areas
The move is part of the newly spun-off company’s plan to grow its profits, Joe Ripp told Wall Street analysts on Tuesday when discussing the publisher’s first quarterly report as a standalone company.
Michelle Obama Pens Letter to American Girls in Seventeen
In an open letter for Seventeen magazine, First Lady Michelle Obama tells American girls: “you can do better – for yourself, your family and your country.”
Town & Country Goes West
Editor in chief Jay Fielden tapped Liz Goldwyn the author, filmmaker and granddaughter of Samuel Goldwyn, as the magazine’s first guest editor in the title’s 168-year history.
Vanity Fair Unveils Web Site for International Best Dressed List
The magazine, which has published the International Best Dressed List since 2004, will fete the 10th year of its stewardship today with a Web site. “We tried to make it more modern and current,” said Vanity Fair deputy editor Aimée Bell, who worked with digital director Michael Hogan and his team to bring the content online.
8 InStyle Staffers Show Readers What They Wear to Work
Racked stopped by New York City's Time Life building to visit the stylish set that helms InStyle magazine and, the glossy magazine media brand which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Glamour Follows Katie Holmes with Olivia Wilde
One sure sign of an effectively presented women’s magazine cover story is to find people still talking and-or writing about it four weeks later. Score one in that department for Glamour‘s August 2014 issue.
Apolo Ohno Fronts New Chocolate Milk Ad Campaign
The print element will debut in cycling enthusiast publication Velo News later this month, then make appearances in magazines including Runner's World and Men's Health.
Bleacher Report Illustrates a Few Sports Cliches
In partnership with New York-based illustrator Henry Kaye, Sports Bleacher compiled cartoon reminders of some of the sayings we hear repeated far too often by athletes and journalists covering sports events.
A News Giant Going It Alone: Newspaper Spinoff to Create Tribune Publishing
InStyle’s Fall 2014 Your Look Cover Girl Diane Kruger Opens Up About Her Fashion Choices Over the Years
Siempre Mujer Taps New Deputy Editor
Mike Nizza Headed to Bloomberg
What, the Editor of Mad Magazine Worry?
Why Is YouTube so into Vice News?
Today in Media History: Web Introduced to the Public
Content Can't Be King Without Context
Come hear an international authority on psychological profiling, consumer analytics and talent management. Join Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, professor of business psychology, University College London, for a look at how big data and social media are impacting the magazine media workplace, as well as tactics for working with Gen Y and Millennials. Coming next Monday, September 8, NYC.
September 08, 2014
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