The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Q&A with O, The Oprah Magazine's Lucy Kaylin
15 Years And Counting:“I know that magazines have always been and continue to be a really rare and wonderful thing. I think, especially with a magazine like ours, it is a uniquely, immersive experience. It’s such a pleasure to have this beautifully curated collection of stories, ideas, sometimes quizzes, exercises; things that have been put together to challenge readers and to lift them up and get them to see their own life in a new way.” Lucy Kaylin, Editor-In-Chief.
Q&A with National Geographic's Rajiv Mody
Rajiv Mody, National Geographic Society’s vice president, social media, oversees all social media activities serving a total audience of more than 120 million people across all media platforms. Mody spoke to FIPP's Piet van Niekerk about the company's overall social media strategy.
6 Reasons Entertainment Weekly's Move to Heavier Paper Will Probably Pay Off
D. Eadward Tree writes "If the move brings an average of just one more ad page into each issue, that alone should cover the cost of the better paper. And having a more substantial, better looking magazine should spill over into newsstand sales, renewal rates, and improved brand perception."
Time Inc. UK’s Wallpaper Launches E-Commerce Venture
Time Inc. UK’s international design, fashion and lifestyle title, Wallpaper*, has partnered with The Level Group to launch its first major e-commerce business, selling high-end design and special edition items.
Sinead O’Connor Slams Rolling Stone for Kim Kardashian Cover: "Music Has Officially Died"
“Bob Dylan must be f#cking horrified,” singer concludes, —Sinead O’Connor probably isn’t renewing her Rolling Stone subscription anytime soon.
Olivia Munn Covers Good Housekeeping
In the new issue of Good Housekeeping, Olivia Munn opened up about some heavier topics, including her issues with anxiety and her use of hypno-therapy to ensure her workout schedule.
Infographic: Why Brands Are Chasing the Enthusiast Audience
Indie Magazine Sales Are Proving Print Is Not Dead
StyleWatch’s Fashion Director, Kate Dimmock, Shows Viewers How to Wear the Glam 70s Trend
Good Housekeeping’s Executive Editor Meaghan Murphy Shares How to Clean the Dirtiest Things in Your Home and Office
Amy Schumer Channels Princess Leia for GQ
Time Inc. UK’s NME Expands into Japan
Bill Carter, Michael Wolff Join THR Contributing Editor Ranks
Ellen Pao Left Reddit. The Site’s Problems Didn’t Leave with Her.
People Moves: Changes at Modern Farmer, Promotions at WSJ
Vice, Verizon Ink Mobile Video Deal
Confessions of a Journalist-Turned-Marketer: "I Wasn’t Particularly Noble to Begin With"
What’s Behind the Decline in Verified Circ: Will Slight 2014 Uptick Hold?
Microsoft Is Planning a Windows 10 Blitz
Look Back in Anger: 5 Years of Adobe Flash Failure
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The 2015 edition includes graphics with data from the recently launched Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report, as well as figures and trends from third-party sources demonstrating the growth, vibrancy and appeal of print and digital editions, magazine brand apps, and social media.
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