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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

People En Espanol's August 30-31 Festival Follows Essence Paso a Paso
Paso a paso loosely means footsteps, and People en Espanol publisher Monique Manso is borrowing from the "inspiration and entertainment" formula that has made the Essence Festival a July 4 institution with a record 550,000 attending last month's 20th-anniversary celebration in New Orleans.
TODAY Host Natalie Morales Shows Off Her Cover Shoot with Better Homes and Gardens Magazine
“Today” show anchor Natalie Morales opened the doors of her Hoboken brownstone to One Kings Lane, the upscale online furnishings retailer, this month for a design revamp — and the results are pretty stellar.
Glamour and Clinique Launch "The Making of Me" Digital Video Series
Sponsored by skincare and cosmetics company Clinique as part of their #StartBetter campaign, the short-form docu-series tells the stories of women who have overcome major life obstacles. It was produced by Glamour‘s in-house executive video producer Lisa Rechsteiner and shot and edited by Tru Films.
Hearst Launching TrendingNY in New York Metro Area
“Trending will target Millennial women and have a predominantly fashion and beauty focus,” said Michael Clinton, president, marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines. “It’s about what’s happening now.”
Condé Nast to Sell Fairchild Fashion Media for $100 Million
Condé Nast announced on Tuesday the sale of Fairchild Fashion Media, a group of trade publications including Women’s Wear Daily and Footwear News, to Penske Media.
Nuance Salma Hayek Beauty Brand Sets Ad Campaign
The ads will run in October and November in magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire and InStyle, and will be used in-store at CVS.
This Is How Atlantic Media Plans to Fix the Web’s Quantity over Quality Problem
Andrew Golis, who joined Atlantic Media as entrepreneur-in-residence last year, recently revealed in a post on Medium a bit about what he’s been up to over there. Turns out he’s building a social site in development called “This.” and it will let users share one link a day, an antidote to the flood coming from people’s social streams.
Elle Canada Partners with Hudson's Bay on E-commerce, Video Push
“We are fully embracing this exciting evolution in shopping,” said Elle Canada editor in chief Noreen Flanagan. According to the TC Media-published Elle Canada, shoppers can access the videos, which are dubbed “#ShopYourMood,” on, via the magazine’s iPad edition or through Elle Canada’s mobile app.
Eva Chen Expecting Sure-to-Be-Fashionable First Child
New Record for Apple Stock: Iphone News Impact
Mo’ne Davis Covers Sports Illustrated
Minnesota Man Compiles Massive Sports Illustrated Magazine Collection
American Airlines Picks Ink to Publish Inflight Magazines
Condé Nast Names Publisher
WIRED Adds Jessi Hempel, Promotes Mat Honan
Gilbert Lays Up $60M offer for Robb Report Stake
Interview Magazine's September Issue Bows with Six Covers
Denver Post Parent Digital First Media Puts 51 Buildings up for Sale
Turner CEO Tells Staff to Expect Layoffs
These 4 Microsites Prove Microsites Aren’t Dead (Maybe)
Carper Won't Give Up on Postal Reform in 2014
USPS Lowers Priority Mail Rates for Business Shippers
Publishers: "Look Beyond Native Advertising to Native Advocacy"
Push Messaging Increases Engagement
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Tech and Publishing: A Symbiotic Relationship for the Digital Age

The new deals for The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and Kaley Cuoco, which pay each $1 million per episode, make them the top-earning actors in TV Guide Magazine's annual survey of stars' salaries. But will the trio be the last to reach that seven-figure milestone?