The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, August 18, 2014

Childhood Passion for Celebrity Still Drives the Editor of People Magazine, Jess Cagle
“It’s like Superman. It’s like Coca-Cola,” said Mr. Cagle about People. “It was my window to the world.”
Departures Marks 25th Anniversary with Five Covers
Departures is marking its 25th anniversary with a special issue with five separate covers: a men’s and a women’s fashion cover, two destination covers — one future, one present — and an airplane cover.
Flipboard’s Future Is a Better Version of Print Magazine’s Past
Vogue magazine has been an inspiration to countless fashion addicts and worshippers throughout its decades of existence, but it’s also a source of inspiration to one man: Mike McCue, Flipboard’s chief executive.
Behind the NYT Magazine Cover Story: Jake Halpern on Debt, HBO and His Mother
Halpern: "So it was my mom that was the starting point for this. Buffalo, where I grew up, is kind of an epicenter for debt collection. I ended up writing a story for The New Yorker about a debt collector from Buffalo. When that article came out, it was optioned by HBO and Plan B [Entertainment], Brad Pitt’s production company, for a TV series."
At the Newsstand: Differing Visions of Girls’ Fall Fashions in Magazines
School bells are starting to ring, and clothing stores hope cash registers will do the same. Seventeen’s fall fashions scream teen, Girl’s Life also proves its teen cred, and American Girl is also reviewed.
Check Out This Unpublished 1970s Walt Frazier TIME Magazine Cover
A beautiful, unseen painting from the end of Clyde's career: Norman Hathaway visited Johnson's studio last week and the two were rummaging through storage when they found the painting.
The LinkedIn Challenge: Acting Like a Publisher
So many publishers today are focused on not just being publishers, but becoming “technology companies” or “platishers,” that is, websites that merge publishing with the user-generated content typically found on platforms like Twitter or Instagram.
Exclusive Google "Camp" Draws Elite to Sicilian Resort
Tamron Hall's Tresses Land Her in Essence Magazine
More on InStyle September Cover Girl Julia Roberts Talking About Life As a Mom and Her Career
Hearst Names Men’s Group Exec Creative Director
More on Bicycling Naming Bill Strickland Editor-in-Chief
Bloomberg Adds Tech Columnist, Promotes Others
SheKnows Gambles on the Platform Route
Looking Smart Is Easy, Says Magazine Writer for The Atlantic
Researchers Get Access to Behavioral Data from Reddit via the DERP Consortium
Intercourse, The Magazine: No, It’s Not What You Are Thinking
Who Are China's Magazine Cover Stars?
Waxman: Do Print Spinoffs Spell Death of U.S. Newspapers? No and Here's Why
Media Execs Eye Growth As Recession Fears Subside
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Bulks Up Its Media Investments
Netflix Passes HBO in Subscriber Revenue
Tumblr to Offer Brand Image Analysis
Is Native Advertising an Evolution or a Mutation?
How Pinterest Is Wooing More Male Users
Brands Aren't People. And if They Were, They'd Hate Ads Too.
How Brands and Agencies Are Adapting to the Paid Social Era
Moves: Accounts and People of Note in the Advertising Industry
Summer Reading: Agency Execs Recommend Can’t-Miss Beach Books
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.
Don’t miss Mashable’s Mike Kriak, CFO/COO, as he outlines how technology can predict and track the viral cycle of content, keeping editors, readers and advertisers ahead of the competition. Complimentary for MPA/ASME members – save your seat, register today!
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Tech and Publishing: A Symbiotic Relationship for the Digital Age
In Esquire, the show's creator talks about pressure for the finale, Roger's bar, and his new movie about male friendship.