Tuesday, October, 7, 2014
People Magazine Plans Special Second Cover for Its 40th Anniversary Issue
The second cover will present images from People covers during the last four decades and at the bottom carry an ad for L’Oréal.
Inside the Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchens
At nearly 8 million copies, Better Homes and Gardens magazine has the second-largest paid circulation of any U.S. magazine. Much of its ongoing success can be traced to the test kitchen. Next week, for the first time in the famed Meredith Test Kitchen's 86-year history, its doors will open to BH&G readers.
How The New Yorker Figured Out the Internet
3 Lessons from Its Web Redesign: The new direction seems to be working. Since the July relaunch, traffic on NewYorker.com is averaging 10.4 million monthly uniques, up 23% from a year ago.
Q&A with Publisher The New Yorker Publisher Lisa Hughes
Since launching 15 years ago, The New Yorker Festival has become the biggest consumer-facing event for its parent company Condé Nast, not to mention one of the buzziest cultural events of the year, period.
More's How to Command a Room Hosted by Sallie Krawcheck
It was based on the item How to Command a Room in April 2014 issue of More, and Krawcheck proved to be a great draw in attracting more than 250 guests.
The Rise of Conferences on Women’s Empowerment: More on Time Inc.'s Women & Success Conference
Among those that have added women-focused events in recent years are National Journal (Women in Washington), The Atlantic (Women of Washington), More magazine (How to Command a Room) and Cosmopolitan (Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Life.)
Noah Galloway Is the Ultimate Men's Health Guy
Today, Men’s Health revealed its November cover and the first winner of the Search for the Ultimate Men’s Health Guy. The champion? Noah Galloway.
Indie Magazine Bundle Service Offers Convenience and Discovery
Looking for a bit more inspiration for that next trip? Interested in travel with a side dish of cuisine? -Meet Foodieodicals.
Download the 2014 MPA Magazine Media Factbook
The latest MPA Magazine Media Factbook is filled with facts, data, charts, and graphs illustrating the power and vitality of magazine media.
Should Publishers Take Web Design Cues from Print?
Fortune Launches "Most Powerful Women" Vertical
Better Homes and Gardens' Third Stylemakers
Michelle Obama Graces Redbook Magazine Cover
City & Regional Magazines Rely on Print Advertising
In Touch Used Drone to Cover George Clooney-Amal Alamuddin's Wedding
Politico Sees Big Money in Expanding Its Labor Coverage
If You Like Cats and Couture: PUSS PUSS Magazine Is for You
Longer Stories Draw More Attention, but with Diminishing Returns
Goodwin: What If the Internet Wasn't Ad-Funded?
Marketers Can't Avoid Technology Anymore
Programmatic, Video, Mobile Driving U.S. Display Ad Growth to $37B in 2019
Why Consumers Don't Use Twitter
Find out how magazine media's top executives are preparing for What's Next at the 2015 American Magazine Media 360°Conference, our industry's most important meeting. February 2-3, 2015, NYC.
October 23 - 24, 2014
Two-day workshop for junior-level editors on print and digital fundamentals. Includes how to pitch and assign • line edit • write display type • work with art and photo • write and edit for the web • develop content for tablet magazines • maximize the value of social media • manage your career.
October 23, 2014
Join your fellow junior editors for an evening of networking and a Q&A with Wired's Editor in Chief Scott Dadich, at the next ASME NEXT Talks. Registration includes open bar.
Scotty Lachenauer writing for Hot Rod Magazine reports: "After a cold front dropped precipitation during (Saturday's) The Race of Gentlemen event Day 1, the Jersey shore was greeted with clear skies and sunshine with temperatures in the 40s when the hot rod racers hit the sandy beach... But Fall in the air didn't dissuade spectators from pouring into the event grounds by the thousands."