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Friday, June 17, 2016

Good Housekeeping Partners With RetailMeNot, Becomes First Shopping App to Get ‘Seal of Approval’
The award dovetails with the magazine’s editorial feature in its July shopping issue on “Steals and Deals,” which hits newsstands on June 21.
Forbes and 6sense: The Publisher – Predictive Intelligence Solution
The goal of this partnership is to help our clients adapt and excel in today’s shifting environment by bringing customer data, media execution and predictive intelligence together to deliver tangible business outcomes for our clients.
Ex-More Editor Lesley Jane Seymour on Losing Her Job in the Digital Age
"The good news is that with preparation, losing your job today no longer means losing your identity: it can mean a new start — for a new you."
Adweek's Former Owner May be Returning
Ken Fadner, owner of the digital news site MediaPost and long-ago owner of Adweek, is said to be interested in acquiring the ad trade pub once again.
Snapchat is Launching a New Online Magazine Called 'Real Life'
"Real Life will publish essays, arguments, and narratives about living with technology," writes Jurgenson, who will serve as the publication's editor-in-chief. "It won't be a news site with gadget reviews or industry gossip."
Amy Schumer and Anna Wintour Try to Do Each Other’s Jobs; Only One Succeeds
Schumer, who wrote the sketch and probably swayed the competition in Wintour’s favor as a thank you for putting her on the cover, discovers that making fashion decisions isn’t as easy as she thought. All of the clothes look the same to her.
Video Might Be the Future, But Text is the Present for Digital News
The Reuters Institute’s 2016 Digital News Report found that across its sample of 26 countries, 78 percent of people said they mostly rely on text for their news.
The Huffington Post’s New Product Head Wants to Help Readers Take Action on the Stories They Read
Printing Executive Nick Simon Dead at 57
Facebook Just Unveiled a Totally New Vision for Messenger
Best Cities for Reporters, Correspondents
Magazines Show the Highest Return on Advertising Spend

Mourners laid flowers next to a large photograph of the Labour Party politician, who was a vocal humanitarian and advocated for Syrian refugees, reports Agence France-Presse. Several of her peers and colleagues lit candles as Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, gave a moving speech.