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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Time Inc. Sets Release Date for Its First Premium Video Content Exclusively for Subscribers
Time Inc. which has been investing heavily in video has announced the release date for its first premium video content produced and distributed by the media company and is exclusively for its subscribers. "New Orleans, Here & Now" will debut Thursday, August 27 on and other platforms.
Condé Nast Hits Web Traffic High and Turns on the Caffeine
Condé Nast hit an all-time audience high in July of 87.3 million, according to Comscore data.
How Staying Private Paid off for The Economist
The Economist is today worth an eye-popping $1.5 billion. That’s six times the value of the Washington Post, which comes out seven days a week and which has must-read status in the most important political capital in the world. It’s even more than the $1.3 billion that Nikkei Group paid for the Financial Times.
Motor Trend OnDemand Is "Netflix for Motorheads"
TEN: The Enthusiast Network announced it has officially launched its Motor Trend OnDemand subscription video on demand service. This gives the brand the distinction of being the first SVOD service for automotive enthusiasts.
Shape's Mobile App Gets a Refresh
On the heels of its September 2015 issue which is on stands now, Shape magazine announced a relaunch of its free Love My Shape mobile app. The brand partnered with marketing and technology firm, BlueSoho, to create an app with more mobile-enhanced editorial and promotional integrations.
British Vogue Documentary in Works for BBC Two
Texas Magazine Offends, Loses Longtime Advertiser
InStyle Names Patrick Connors As Publisher
Bloomberg to Lay off About 100 Editorial Employees
Carlson: ESPN The Magazine Story on Adrian Peterson Is Quite Disturbing
Playboy Names America's 25 Sexiest Cities, (New York Tops The List)
Zachary Quinto Rocked Prada in InStyle Magazine's August Issue
Magazine Touts Trump’s Lucrative Ties to Multilevel Marketing Firm
“Venturing” into the Business World of Marijuana Growers and Retailers: A Magazine for the Cannabis Professional
One Answer to Ad Blocking Is Fewer (Yes, Fewer), Better Ads
Opinion: Advertisers Must Adapt for a "Frictionless" Age
Opinion: No Brand's Campaign Needs a Hashtag. Ever.
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This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's August 31 NFL Preview Issue.