Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Changes: Inside Time Inc.’s New Sunset Park Offices
In late December, after a break-neck construction period (which began, unbelievably, only in September), the first of the company’s 330 Industry City employees began trickling into their new home.
Q&A with InStyle Creative Director Rina Stone
InStyle celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2014 and is one of the country’s most popular fashion magazines. Stone, who arrived at the monthly in 2006, keeps close watch over the newsstand title and its ever-expanding brand universe, including website and tablet editions and social media sites.
Elle’s Women in TV Issue Features 5 Covers
Elle’s annual Women in TV issue features five different covers. The cover stars include Priyanka Chopra, Taraji P. Henson, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Olivia Wilde and Viola Davis.
Why Great Editorial Will Always Attract Readers
Ashley Norris writes: "Eight years ago decade ago I was present at a symposium about the future of magazines. Excited by the blog-powered publishing explosion that had already delivered Gawker, Boing Boing and many others, several panelists, myself included, predicted that soon printed based magazines would be history and would need to find a new home online."
The New York Times Names Jim Rutenberg As Media Columnist
The New York Times has named magazine writer Jim Rutenberg as the paper's next media columnist, filling a prominent perch that was left vacant nearly a year ago following the death of David Carr.
Entertainment Weekly, SiriusXM Pay Tribute to David Bowie
A black and white cover and the return of The David Bowie Channel.
ASME Best Cover Contest Voting
Tell your readers to vote now for their favorite covers at texture.com/vote. The winners of the ASME Readers' Choice Awards will be announced February 2, 2016, at the American Magazine Media Conference, the premier event for industry leaders.
Former Time Inc and Dow Jones executive, Todd Larsen, Named New CEO at Blurb
Businessweek Adds Robert Kolker
Bloomberg Promotes 7
More on Allure Adds 4
Search Continues for Publisher of T: The New York Times Style Magazine
ALM Purchases Legal Week from Incisive Media
Village Voice Brings Back Ex-Editor to Lead Turnaround
Philly Media Mogul Donates Operation to Not-for-Profit Institute
Marketers: Native and Video Ads Yield Superior Results on Mobile
The latest New York cover story features celebrities and creative types telling their “breakthrough moment.” Martha Stewart offered: "There was one party in New York for the Folk Art Museum — they had an antique show at the Armory. And I brought in the food and decorations. That armory is a giant place, and they allowed me to bring in my beautiful chickens — a rare breed. I brought them in poultry cages and people were shocked to see real chickens alive and well."