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Thursday, April 2 2015

Oprah Winfrey Celebrates O Magazine’s 15th Anniversary
A small group of photographers, editors and other creative types huddled around a large cardboard rectangle propped up on an easel, waiting for Oprah Winfrey to emerge from her green room, following a daylong shoot at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan, during which she posed for three covers of O, The Oprah Magazine.
Newsweek to Relaunch in Asia
The magazine is profitable again, and on Thursday it will relaunch a print edition in Asia, making it available around the world after limited returns to print in Europe and the U.S. last year.
The Economist’s Tom Standage on Digital Strategy and the Limits of a Model Based on Advertising
Mr. Standage: "The starting point is that we do see digital as an opportunity — because what we do, what our mission is, does not depend on the medium with which you deliver it. And I know everyone says that, but in our case it really is true, because what we actually sell is what I like to call the feeling of being informed when you get to the very end."
Magazine Media 360°- New February 2015 Data Available
This new report, which uses data from leading third‐party providers, reveals a gross audience for magazine brands of 1.7 billion in February 2015 versus 1.5 billion in February 2014. The February performance continues to benefit from increased video and mobile web consumption, up 18.7% and 78.0%, respectively, over the same time period in 2014.
min's In-Depth Coverage and Analysis of the Latest Magazine Media 360° Data
In its latest issue, presented here in its entirety; Get smart strategies to maximize your circulation and see what executives from the big magazine media companies are reading in min: The Media Industry Newsletter.
ESPN The Magazine Surveys MLB Players, Gets World Series Predictions and More
Flipboard Launches Private Magazines For Groups
Hailee Steinfeld Is Colorful and the Coolest for Flare Magazine
Mobile Optimisation "Top Priority" for Magazine Publishers
'I thought I was dying,' Avril Lavigne Says of Lyme disease Fight
Hop to It! Decorate Your Easter Table with These Fun and Easy Ideas
Robin Roberts Opens Up in AARP the Magazine
The Problems with Responsive Design
The Condé Nast College Celebrates Its Second Birthday
How Fusion Is Pursuing (and Creating) a New Generation of News Junkies
Adobe's Slate Is a Visual Storytelling App for the iPad
More on Time Out New York Going Free
Adobe's Slate Is a Visual Storytelling App for the iPad
More on Time Out New York Going Free
Magzter Digital Magazine App Adds New Titles to Unlimited Subscription Plan
This Is the Feminist Wedding Magazine We've Been Waiting For
Facebook's Newest App Riff Lets Friends Add Clips to Collaborative Videos
Introducing Our New Monthly Magazine, Statham User
You’ll get a first-hand look at the new Fast Company app and the capabilities of Adobe Publish, the new platform that has the ability to deliver a modern experience and continuously publish content that feels tailored to mobile devices.

In Armchair General, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technician Staff Sergeant Jeffrey M. Dawson and medic Sergeant Bryan C. Anderson were awarded Distinguished Service Crosses – the United States’ second-highest valor medal for Soldiers.  In a February 17, 2015 ceremony at Fort Benning, Georgia. U.S. Army Vice Chief of Staff, General Daniel B. Allyn, presented the medals to both Soldiers for their heroic actions while they were participating in the same October 5, 2013 mission in Afghanistan.