Wednesday, May 25, 2016
TEN Releases Revamped Motor Trend OnDemand Streaming Video Service
The full rollout comes with revamped smartphone apps, OTT integration, expanded content, and a month-long marketing campaign. For a promotional price of $4.99/month or $49.99/year, automotive enthusiasts can now stream all 1,500 hours of on-demand video, plus live events, on redesigned apps for iOS and Android devices, as well as on Apple TV and Roku.
More on Esquire Taking Shape Under Jay Fielden
“These are hints of things to come,” said Fielden, flipping over the issue to reveal the cover, featuring actor Viggo Mortensen, along with a bolder “Esquire” logo and tagline “Rebels & Renegades.”
Out of Office: How Kassie Means of Woman’s Day Spends Her Downtime
You’d probably think that Kassie Means, publisher and CRO for Hearst’s women’s service title Woman’s Day, could teach business school students a thing or two about magazine media. But in truth, the former Art History major has spent the past two years hitting the books to earn her MBA at Columbia Business School in New York City during her off hours.
Kelly: Athlon Media Said to Be Eyeing Shuttered Niche Magazines
Billionaire Spencer Hays, who made a fortune in bespoke suits, is getting ready to have his majority-owned Athlon Media Group snap up most of the magazines that Harris Publications suddenly shut down in late April, sources tell The New York Post's Media Ink.
More on People Magazine's Weekly TV Show
The network and the Time Inc. weekly said the new show, to be called “People’s List,” will be hosted by actor Jerry O’Connell and SuChin Pak, a former MTV news correspondent.
Martha Stewart Living Adds Five
Martha Stewart Living has added several staffers to its team: An executive editor; art director; photo director; associate photo editor; and an editorial assistant.
Popular Science, Men’s Journal Add to Teams
Michael Schnaidt has joined Popular Science as deputy design director. Schnaidt previously served as Men’s Health’s senior art director. Clint Carter has joined Men’s Journal as a senior editor, focusing on gear, tech and adventure travel.
Another Canadian Joins Bloomberg Businessweek
Miranda Purves, a journalist who has amassed some impressive career credits north of the 49th parallel, starts as features editor.
Vulture Names Jen Chaney TV Columnist
New York’s pop culture site Vulture has named Jen Chaney a TV columnist. Chaney most recently freelanced for several publications, including Esquire, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Slate and more.
Brooklyn, Romeo Beckham in China’s Vogue Me Magazine
Brooklyn is featured on the cover of Vogue Me — Vogue China’s special issue — which hits newsstands on June 1. His younger 13-year-old brother, Romeo, will also appear inside the issue.
Kelly: Maxim Has Work to Do If It Plans to Keep Profitability Pledge
In the first quarter, Maxim posted an operating loss of $3.5 million — down from $5.9 million in the same period a year earlier, according to a recent regulatory filing.
More "The Hills" Revelations from InStyle's Exclusive
Read about the seven "truth bombs" Spencer Pratt dropped, and learn the the secret behind justin-bobby's name.
Variety Cover Pits Yahoo CEO As Failed Savior
"CEO Marissa Mayer carries Yahoo’s weight on her shoulders," the words below read. "But with a sale on the horizon, her days are numbered — and there’s no resurrection in sight."
Print Ad Influence Remains Strong Among Regional Magazine Readers
Readership insights and annual award winners from the CRMA's annual conference in Denver.
For the next 11 days, Vogue.com is covering gun violence in America, rolling out a new essay each day until National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 2. The first article just launched — a touching story and tribute to author Sharon Risher's grandmother who was killed at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church last summer.