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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

People Magazine Reveals Its Best of 2015 Issue
Executive Editor Kate Coyne discusses the process behind this year's selections of the 25 most influencial and remarkable persons in the public arena, including the letters that accompany the rankings.
Bloomberg Businessweek's Third Annual Jealousy List
The New Yorker, National Geographic, WIRED, Complex, New York, Vanity Fair, and Fast Company all had stories (some of them multiple inclusions,) that made it into Businessweek's venerated peer selected list of outstanding journalism and writing.
Stunner: Newspapers May Be Rebounding?
Ad spending rises 16 percent in November, the biggest gain in six months.
Marie Claire Launches Tech Issue; Nina Garcia Makes Candy Crush Debut
For most women’s magazines, January means new year, new you — which usually translates to here’s how to become a more successful, definitely thinner and obviously much more beautiful you. But, the editors at Marie Claire wanted a slightly different approach for their January issue this time around.
Leonardo DiCaprio Covers WIRED
In the accompanying interview, DiCaprio discussed the weather-related difficulties of shooting his latest film, The Revenant.
Ad Blocking Has Penetrated Pop Culture: South Park and Howard Stern Poke Fun at Bothersome Ads
In recent weeks, conversation about the rise of online ad-blocking software — one of the digital media industry’s biggest worries — has spilled into the mainstream.
Lawyer Found Guilty in Maxim Fraud Case
Former Bryan Cave lawyer Harvey Newkirk was found guilty on Monday of taking part in an $8 million fraud tied to the failed acquisition of Maxim magazine.
Karl Lagerfeld Snaps Peers for Elle France’s 70th Anniversary
Karl Lagerfeld photographed an array of his designer peers for Elle France’s 70th anniversary issue, hitting newsstands today.
Playboy’s First Fold-Out Centerfold Was Shot by a Woman
Another way to honor and appreciate the span of Hugh Hefner’s groundbreaking magazine is to look back at the photographer who shot that Stafford spread: Ruth Sondak.
Fashionista Bows In-House Native Ad Studio
Vice Europe to Double Revenues to £100m As TV Strategy Pays Off
Travel Platform Skift Taps Conde Nast Vet Kremins As President
Inside Future Publishing's Turnaround Effort
How U.K. Publishers Are Using Facebook Instant Articles
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"Welcome to Bloomberg Businessweek’s third annual Jealousy List (2014, 2013). We spend all year trying to produce the best business journalism we can every week. But throughout the year we are also reading, and every so often we feel a little twinge of jealousy: We wish we'd published that. What follows is our attempt to curate those twinges, and present a list of some of the best stuff we read this year. #jealousylist" —Ellen Pollock, editor.