Tuesday, December 30, 2014
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.
12 Reddit Posts That Ruled the Internet in 2014
Traffic doubled in the past year, and the self-described "front page of the Internet" is now a major online media hub, where anything can find an audience. Reddit users themselves determine what content will rise to the site's most prominent position, the FrontPage, determined by the net result of upvotes and downvotes.
Style Spotlight Features InStyle's Dana Avidan-Cohn
InStyle’s Senior Market Editor/Digital Correspondent Dana Avidan-Cohn shows the sky blue trend for fall.
Preserving a Cultural History & Capturing the Joys of Arabic Childhood Through Comic Books: A Q&A with Henry Matthews, Collector, Comic Book Historian
“I want to publish books and histories, which is really most important to me. And I do hope eventually, if I get funding, to start a center to preserve all children’s books and comic books in the Arab world.” -Henry Matthews.
Fortune Caters to Star Wars Nerds with Latest Cover
Fortune’s latest cover features some guy named Bob Iger and — much more importantly to Star Wars nerds — an image of the Millennium Falcon.
Adweek.com's Top 10 Technology Stories of 2014
Unfinished Media Business for 2015 -Will Non-Broadcast News Video Become a Force?
Thomas Ghareeb Promoted to Hearst Magazines VP and Controller
Malina Joseph Gilchrist Promoted to T, The New York Times Style Magazine Market Director
Report Says Microsoft Will Launch, New Lightweight Browser with Windows 10, Not WebKit Based
Email Remains Dominant Technology for Work, "Social" Is an Also-Ran
New App Turns Ad Blocking Into Social Game
Unsophisticated Attribution Models Hurt Retargeting
The ASME Best Cover Contest 2015 Call for Entries is now available for download. The Best Cover Contest honors magazines published between January 1, 2014, and December 31, 2014.
S.D. Seong & Raymond Horwitz writing in Black Belt, "Pedro Carvalho immigrated to the United States in the early 1990s and quickly gained a reputation for holding nothing back. The owner of 11 medals won in jiu-jitsu tournaments in his native Brazil, he publicly espoused the belief that instructors should share with their students even their most advanced BJJ techniques because the way those students perform in competition reflects back on their teacher."