Friday, August 29, 20114
Travel + Leisure's Nathan Lump Discusses His Agency Background
Travel + Leisure has named a new editor, Nathan Lump. He’s an unusual candidate for the role; after following a traditional editorial path at T: The New York Times Style Magazine and Travel + Leisure, he segued to the business side several years ago, leading content strategy at J. Walter Thompson and Hill Holliday and becoming Director of Branded Content at Condé Nast in 2012.
Cooking Light Taps Hunter Lewis as Editor
Time Inc. is turning the tables at Cooking Light, one of the top entrees of US food magazines. Hunter Lewis, a disciple of celebrity chef Jonathan Waxman and Executive Editor of sister title Southern Living, will succeed Scott Mowbray, a Time Inc. veteran of 17 years who had the Editor in Chief title for six years. Lewis will start Sept. 22.
Vogue Germany Goes Interactive with Blippar
Condé Nast’s German edition of fashion magazine Vogue has partnered with augmented reality company Blippar to create the brand’s first interactive edition
What InStyle’s Style Director Melissa Rubini Packs for a Big Sur Getaway
Media People: Code and Theory's Brandon Ralph and Dan Gardner
Austin Way Magazine Debut Targets City's Affluent Homes and Visitors
Bauer Media Creates Digital Division
On the Cover of Paper Magazine, Courtney Love Looks Great
Exchanges, DSPs Fastest-Growing Inventory Sources in Mobile
Big Data Facts for Marketers in 2014
Twitter Analytics Are Now Available to Everyone (And Here’s the Top Metric You Should Watch)
Mobile Startup Offers Magazine Subscriptions Via Text Message
Google Joins Amazon in Dreams of Drone Delivery
This May Be the Best Look Yet at the New iPhone
Facebook Expands Event Ads To Mobile
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.
Summer might be winding down, but you'd never guess it from this sunny set of songs. Our September top 10 list kicks off with a remix of Calvin Harris' ode to the warmest season, and the playlist continues to heat up from there.