Friday, August 22, 2014
Time, Businessweek Publish Powerful Ferguson Covers
Time and Businessweek both published brilliant and moving covers focused on the aftermath of Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. Each cover features a photo taken by Getty photographer Scott Olson, who was arrested — with no explanation — while covering the events.
InStyle Fashion Rocks Issue
(Video Content) Exclusive, candid coverage of the making of the In Style Fashion Rocks magazine shoot.
Media People: Interview With Condé Nast Entertainment's Dawn Ostroff
Dawn Ostroff is the president of Condé Nast Entertainment, which focuses on the development, production and distribution of original television, feature film and digital video offerings based on Condé Nast’s media titles. Ostroff, who joined the company in 2011, was president of the CW network and, prior to that, served as president of UPN Network.
MEDIA VOICES: The Scene Provides Home for All of Condé Nast's Video Content
In July 2014, Condé Nast unveiled The Scene, a digital video platform that curates and makes available digital-first content from its brands, including Glamour, Vogue, WIRED and Vanity Fair, as well as content from outside partners like ABC News and AOL. Fred Santarpia, executive vice president and chief digital officer of Condé Nast Entertainment, spoke with eMarketer’s Rimma Kats about the company’s new effort and how mobile video consumption is continuing to grow.
Q&A with Mental Floss Magazine Magazine’s Co-Founder Will Pearson
Do you want to know how to start a magazine? Just ask Will Pearson and Mangesh Hattikudur, two young men, who while still in college, decided to Google that very question.
Business Insider Takes Programmatic Private, Builds Exchange With Rubicon
Business Insider this week announced it has partnered with Rubicon Project to launch a global private exchange for programmatic media trading. It’s a multi-year agreement, per a release, and effective immediately. Business Insider claims to reach over 24 million unique visitors in the U.S.
Mobile Ad Response Seen Differing by Gender, Platform
Shindigger Asks Martha Stewart About Pizza
InStyle's Leah Karp Shares Fall Shoe Buying Secrets
Spin Media's Stephen Blackwell Lays Out A Plan
High Times Magazine Moves Its 40th Anniversary Date
Who's Spending More on What
Mobile Share of E-Commerce Spending, Q2 2010-Q2 2014
So Many Social Users, So Little Trust
Instagram Adds Campaign-Tracking Tools
Tumblr U.S. Users To Reach 17 Million This Year
Vine Adds Mobile Features, Boasts 100M Monthly Users
Marketers Are Sizing Up the Millennials
Marin Works To Make Search, Display, Video Advertising Methods Similar
More On: The Revolving Door
More On: Hearst to Launch Free Weekly Magazine
More On: InStyle Uses SnapChat to Double It's Following
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Grand Canyon National Park officials announced Wednesday that the park will begin requiring special use permits for all organized, non-commercial rim-to-rim hikes and trail runs beginning September 15.