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Thursday, January 14, 2016

minfographic: Allrecipes' Share Is Doing More Than All Right
In min: "Meredith powerhouse, Allrecipes, dominated the editorial category share for epicurean brands—nearly double the second place Taste of Home, according to the Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report. Trailing right behind Taste of Home was Bon Appétit and Epicurious (counted together) with 14% of the editorial category share."
Condé Nast Issues App Updates for Digital Editions
The update brings the apps up to version 4.6.7 and has the same app description for each update: Enhanced push notifications, minor bug fixes, and better performance for iOS 9.
Debut Cover of Fitpregnancy And Baby: Jana Kramer and Her Baby Bump
So what’s the mom-to-be’s plan for when her little girl actually arrives? First, she’s listening to her friends’ guidance to not listen to “anyone else’s advice.”
Amazon’s "The New Yorker Presents" to Premiere on February 16th
Amazon Studios first shared The New Yorker Presents in January 2015, when its pilot was included along with 12 others in one of the streaming video platforms signature “pilot seasons.” A month later, The New Yorker Presents was picked up; Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions and New Yorker publisher Conde Nast Entertainment are the series’ co-producers.
AwesomenessTV, Verizon Invest in Latino Digital Network Mitu
Existing investors including early Maker Studios baker Upfront Ventures also are participating in the round, which brings Mitu's total funding to $43 million.
Harper's Bazaar Editor Glenda Bailey to Judge LVMH Prize for Young Designers
Also joining the committee, charged with narrowing a pre-selected list of 30 contenders to 10 finalists, are Glenda Bailey, editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar in New York; Miroslava Duma, founder of the Russian fashion site Buro 24/7; makeup artist Peter Philips, creative and image director of Christian Dior makeup in Paris, and Katherine Ross, a fashion and art consultant based in Los Angeles.
Magazines Honor David Bowie: TIME, The Hollywood Reporter, and Billboard Issue Stunning Memorial Covers
TIME magazine just released the cover of its Jan. 25 issue, on newsstands this Friday, and The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard also created covers featuring the recently deceased icon of music, fashion, media, and culture.
More on Jack Kliger Revamps British Heritage, Enables Anglophiles
With millions of Americans newly introduced to, or rediscovering, England’s “green and pleasant land,” Jack Kliger, the former CEO of Hachette Filipacchi from 1999 to 2008 and a top exec at Condé Nast before that, has big ambitions for a small publication he bought in 2014, British Heritage.
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.
More Photos from the Instyle Golden Globes After Party
Carine Roitfeld to Release Book on Hot Models
The Nation Endorses Bernie Sanders
Maxim Hires Gilles Bensimon
Experts, authorities, practitioners and strategists will headline conversations and keynotes on innovators and innovation offering up ideas and inspiration to grow your brand and your business. Thank you to our partners for their sponsorship support of AMMC 2016: The Alliance for Audited Media; AmDocs; Chartbeat; GfK MRI; HiFi; Kantar Media; KeyWee; MediaRadar; ONEcount; OneVision; PIB; Port Hawkesbury Paper; Publishers Press; RR Donnelley; ShopAdvisor; SocialFlow; and Vindicia. —For a sponsorship overview contact Alison Heisler for details on all sponsorship levels: aheisler@magazine.org or 212-872-3740.
The ASME Best Cover Contest gallery is now posted on texture.com. Readers’ Choice voting begins January 5. Tell your readers to vote.
February 01 - 02, 2016
Grand Hyatt New York
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Alison Heisler at aheisler@magazine.org or 212.872.3740.
Industry legend Kevin Cameron writes: "When the American Motorcyclist Association decided in the mid-1970s to add production classes to its long-standing structure of professional Novice, Junior, and Expert pro classes, you could for a time bring your hotted-up RD350 Yamaha to AMA events. But it quickly became clear that the only production class anyone cared about was the big one–Superbike."