Thursday, November 10, 2016
The Associate Member Spotlight: 5 Questions with Kris Nagel SVP, Worldwide Field Operations, Vindicia
Speaking on Known Unknowns, Mr. Nagel says, "Without a doubt, mobile is going to be the big win. The next generation of digital publishing offerings will need to be more oriented towards "information hubs" that combine magazine/newspaper content with current streams of information and video offerings that together drive much deeper consumer engagement. Monetization, subscription and recurring billing technologies must evolve to support this trend."
Fortune Names Zuckerberg Businessperson of the Year
“What makes him so effective as a businessperson? An examination of Zuckerberg’s management approach reveals that his success rests on three pillars: his unique ability to look into the future, his otherworldly consistency, and the business discipline he has nurtured in an industry quite often enamored of bright, shiny objects,” wrote Fortune editor Adam Lashinsky.
Q&A with National Geographic Explorer's Richard Bacon
Diane Clehane writes: "Having landed in New York just eight weeks ago with his wife and two small children, Richard is still trying to make sense of Manhattan’s social mores. Born in Britain, he spent the last year and a half living in Los Angeles (“The people are so easy there. The kids loved it.”) and confessed that he is a bit shell-shocked by New Yorkers’ outspokenness."
Jessie Heyman Joins InStyle
Heyman’s appointment as Digital Features Director is effective November 28. She’ll report to InStyle’s site director Ruthie Friedlander. Heyman has worked for Vogue, The Huffington Post and Harper’s Bazaar.
More on Nylon Media Forms Content Studio
“Nylon is emerging as a major player in the content space, and the appetite for 'more' originals from our audience has increased dramatically. As a result, we've carved out a unique, yet scalable space for ourselves in today's cluttered content landscape" stated Nylon Media president Jamie Elden.
This Magazine's Simple, Poignant Cover Remembers the Paris Attacks of a Year Ago
Zeit evokes powerful emotions with a ticket stub: The cover was shared yesterday by deputy chief editor Matthias Kalle on Twitter. The frame of the magazine has been used in its entirety to resemble a ticket stub from the Eagles of Death Metal concert that took place during the shootings, where 90 people lost their lives.
Twitter’s Chief Operating Officer to Step Down
On Wednesday, Twitter said that Adam Bain, its chief operating officer, plans to leave the company. Mr. Bain was well liked by Wall Street for building up and running Twitter’s once fast-growing advertising business.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit First Lady
The SI assignment was Melania’s highest-profile U.S. modeling job up to that point. She was also featured in a follow-on 2001 SI Swimsuit Calendar, alongside the likes of Heidi Klum and Molly Sims.
ANA Tells Members How President Trump Might Help Marketers
Mr. Trump may name a Supreme Court justice and agency commissioners favorable for advertising, the Association of National Advertisers said.
Jennifer Aniston’s Most Memorable Magazine Covers
New York Times & Wall Street Journal Prepare to Slash Entertainment Coverage and Staff As Print Ads Vanish
Lagardère Magazine Publishing Revenues Drop 8.2% in Q3
Politico Founder Jim VandeHei Adds to His Startup
Demand Media Rebrands to Leaf Group
How Publishers Are Using Slack Bots Internally and Externally
The Forces That Drove This Election’s Media Failure Are Likely to Get Worse
In Britain: Make Google and Facebook Pay for Public Service Reporting?
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