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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

National Geographic Traveler Turns to Snapchat to Win Over Millennials
Skift talked to Megan Heltzel, content lead for social media at National Geographic Traveler about its contribution to Nat Geo’s initiative on Snapchat. There is a dedicated Snapchat team that creates its daily issues on Discover. This team curates content from its digital verticals: news, video, photography, the magazine, travel, or adventure.
Trendsetters at Work: WSJ. Magazine
To the naked eye, WSJ. Magazine’s speedy success may seem a lucky chance. But considering Kristina O’Neill is the pioneering editor-in-chief of the production, chalking up the mag’s success to “luck” is an understatement.
TEN Adds Another Automotive Brand to Its Portfolio: TORQUE.TV
“We are excited to launch Motor Trend OnDemand as the world’s premier automotive video destination,” said TEN’s CEO Scott Dickey. “Fueled by the acquisition of TORQUE.TV, Motor Trend OnDemand, is now poised to become our Netflix for Motorheads.
Q&A with WIRED’s Doug Grinspan: Expanding Your Content's Reach
Multiplatform content is everything in a post-print era. And although print is still chiefly responsible for driving magazine revenue, digital dollars are caching up quickly and publishers are finding more ways to reach and engage quality audiences. Here, min talks with Wired’s associate publisher.
Good Housekeeping’s Meaghan Murphy on TODAY
Executive Editor for Good Housekeeping, Meaghan Murphy shares the best no-cook breakfast items.
InStyle’s Kahlana Barfield on The View
InStyle’s Fashion and Beauty Editor-at-Large Kahlana Barfield shows off spring’s biggest trends.
Discredited Rape Story a Test for Wenner, Rolling Stone
This past Sunday, the magazine retracted last November's story on sexual assault at the University of Virginia in advance of the release of a damning Columbia University report about its reporting and editing, and on Monday, a fraternity named in the story threatened a lawsuit.
Glamour Nabs Michelle Obama, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kerry Washington
Hillary Clinton Covers New York
Bill Clinton Graces Town & Country Cover
More on the Condé Nast Traveler Expansion
Consumer Reports Names Jason Fox VP, Digital
Heather Muir Joins Real Simple
Q&A with Max Schorr, Co-Founder and Will Tacy, General Manager, Good Magazine
Another Magazine, Sadler’s Wells Set Film Project
Newspapers Hunt for New Readers on Instagram
UVA frat: We’ll Sue Rolling Stone
After Rolling Stone’s Retraction, Remembering What Reporters Owe Rape Victims
The Subtle Differences Between Gen Y and Gen Z
Transparency: Yes, Click Fraud Is a Huge Problem But There's a Larger Challenge
Why Viewability and Programmatic Often Don't Mix
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For TENNIS Magazine’s 50th Anniversary, rather than simply ranking the greats of the last 50 years, the staff have recreated the conditions under which the best played. To that end, they’ve put together a Tournament of Champions: Entered are the 32 men and 32 women who have won the most Grand Slam singles titles, and at least one since 1965, the year TENNIS Magazine was founded. (The champions who won their Slams before ’65, from Suzanne Lenglen to Bill Tilden to Althea Gibson to Lew Hoad, aren’t included. These draws cover the TENNIS Magazine era, not the history of tennis as a whole.) They were then seeded by the number of career Grand Slam singles titles they won, as of December 2014. Ties were decided by a random draw.