Tuesday, July 21, 2015
"We've Gone Headlong" —Inside Time Inc.'s Video Strategy
Beyond Web video, Time Inc. has pushed into longer full-length documentaries. Last week, it inked a deal with digital production and distribution company Rampante for “New Orleans, Here and Now,” a six-part series that will be distributed on Time Inc.’s properties.
The Mind Behind THR: Why Janice Min Deserves a Lot of Credit for the Turnaround
In the New York Observer’s just-published “L.A. Power 25” cover story —amid the likes of Spielberg, Katzenberg, Pitt, and Musk we find Janice Min, the revolutionary chief creative officer of The Hollywood Reporter. In at No. 18 on the list, immediately ahead of the content honcho at Netflix.
Q&A with StyleWatch’s Rosaliz Jimenez
StyleWatch’s Photo Director, Rosaliz Jimenez explores hidden gems of Midtown NYC, as she answers questions about her influences and her career.
WSJ. September Issue Sets Records
For a fashion magazine, there’s nothing better than September. Which is why WSJ. staffers are likely doing some celebrating today. WSJ.’s September Women’s Fashion edition, which hits newsstands August 15, is the magazine’s biggest issue ever.
N.Y.U. Acquires Editorial Archives of The Nation
The documents, selected from 2,000 boxes of material, include the complete editorial archives dating to 1978, as well as some material from the 1950s. It covers the editorial tenures of Victor Navasky, from 1978 to 1995, and Katrina vanden Heuvel, who took over from Mr. Navasky and remains the magazine’s editor and publisher.
When a Magazine Only Wants You If You're Willing to Pose Nude
Kantar: Marketers Backing Away from Coupons
StyleWatch’s Fashion Director Kate Dimmock Is Featured Discussing Summer Denim Trends
Event Coverage from the Launch of The Salon by InStyle at JCPenney in Los Angeles
Meet the Vogue Progeny Busting out on the Pop Scene
Bonnier Promotes Gregory Gatto
Country Living Makes Changes
Marie Claire France Sets Masthead Moves
Pace of New Newsstand Apps Continues Brisk, Though International Replica Editions Dominate New Releases
Monocle Launches New Magazine, "The Escapist"
From “WSJ Live” to “WSJ Video”: Publishers Step Away from Dreams of Live TV-Style Broadcasting Online
Chesco Magazine Caters to Spanish Speakers
Ford: 6 Ways to Build an Innovative Culture
Why Digitas Isn't Afraid of Publishers’ Branded Content Studios: They Make Vice and CNN Better Partners
3 Things You Need to Know About IAB's Programmatic Revenue Report
U.S. Ad Demand Begins Seasonal Decline, Digital Continues Secular Expansion
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