The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Save the Date: IMAG Annual Conference
Join the brightest minds in independent publishing to explore new ideas, new skills and new ways to operate. You’ll find out what you need to grow your business this year and come away with a world-class network of peers. Register by March 31 for the best rate. May 18-20, Boulder, CO.
Time Editor Nancy Gibbs' Office Reflects a Road Well Traveled
From press passes to punching bags, each keepsake has a story: Adweek looked around and found some striking keepsakes, including a curious framed sash.
Magazines at the Academy Awards: People's Jess Cagle's Sixth Time on the Red Carpet
In 2009, the former People executive editor was recruited by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to co-host the 90-minute pre-show from the red carpet at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre.
More on Campaign Hollywood: Vanity Fair Courts Oscar Bloggers with a Twitter Vending Machine and Pop-Up Newsroom
Campaign Hollywood is an invite-only program taking place across Los Angeles this Tuesday through Friday. While the event is a few years old, organizers say this is the biggest year yet.
Why Fashion Magazines Matter
Walk by any magazine rack and undoubtedly, you'll walk by heralded fashion tomes like Vogue, Lucky, W, and more: thick bound copies with heavy advertising and high photo-to-writing ratio.
Here's the Cover of Wired's First-Ever Sex Issue
Wired's March edition is its first-ever Sex Issue, "40 pages on how we do it, in a time of constantly evolving technology," according to the magazine.
Writers & Editors: The Most Dynamic Relationship in Journalism - A Conference
Sponsored by Meredith Corporation, the Missouri School of Journalism magazine faculty, and the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, this conference features Jeff Sharlet and Eric Sullivan of GQ, Allure's Meirav Devash, ESPN and Esquire's Chris Jones, Women's Health's Amy Keller Laird, Los Angeles magazine's Mary Melton and Amy Wallace.
Publishers Look to Change Digital Replica Strategies As Growth Soars
Marie Claire France Taps Anne-Sophie Thomas
Q&A with InStyle’s Ariel Foxman on His Accidental Book Club and Latest Read
InStyle’s Fashion Director, Melissa Rubini, on Elementary School Memories
Maxim Launches Modest Makeover
More on Cindy Crawford's Unretouched Photos from Marie Claire Mexico
Marie Claire and Huffington Post Add to Teams
7x7 Magazine to Cease Print Operations, Focus on Digital
Longtime DMA President Bob DeLay Dies at 96
Facebook, MRC Working to Clear Up Mobile Ad Viewability This Year
Wealthy Americans, Especially the Upper Tier, Eschew Retail for Digital
How to Evaluate Private Programmatic Deals
Are Subscription-Based Companies a Threat to Advertising-Supported Platforms?
ASME is again sponsoring a full-tuition scholarship for the 2015 Yale Publishing Course: Leadership Strategies in Magazine Media. The course will be held July 12-17, 2015, at Yale University, in New Haven, Connecticut. Only ASME members or editors working for them are eligible to receive this scholarship.
Science and technology magazine WIRED will debut its first-ever “sex issue” in March, the company announced Tuesday. The issue’s centerpiece will be “Sex in the Digital Age,” or “40 pages on how we do it, in a time of constantly evolving technology,” according to a company release.