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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Presenting the 2017 Readers’ Choice Poll Winners
The year's best in tech, tv and publishing: From Allure changing the way we talk about beauty to Amazon revolutionizing how we shop to Big Little Lies revitalizing the concept of water-cooler television, these were the hottest players in publishing, TV and tech in 2017,—presenting the winners of Adweek’s annual Hot List Readers’ Choice Poll...
Kiplinger Proves That Sometimes Less Is More
A recent site cleanup opened eyes on the keys to a better user experience.
On-Brand, Off-Page: Magazine Brands Aim to Build Social Communities
Both Domino and Seventeen look beyond their pages to interact with audiences: In a first for the design brand, Domino launched its Design Blog Awards, asking readers to nominate inspiring bloggers from around the world.
More on Bauer Increases Frequency for 4 Magazines
“Bauer earns a positive margin on every issue from single copy sales,” Bauer CEO Steven Kotok told Folio. “So the more issues we publish, the more money we earn, unlike an ad-dependent model in which fewer ads each year are spread over the same number of issues.”
October 2017 Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report Data Is Here!
Today, MPA – The Association of Magazine Media released the latest Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report. Total Audience for the month of October 2017 is up +5.1% versus a year ago. By platform, we see that Print+Digital maintains the +3.7% year-over-year gains since GfK MRI’s Spring 2017 study was released. Video continues to grow rapidly with a +32.1% increase over last year. Audiences continue to migrate from Web (Desktop/Laptop), which shows a decline of -8.3%, but at a slower pace than recent months. In a significant change from prior months this year, Mobile Web reported an increase of +10.5% versus October 2016.
Magazine Media Spotlight: The 25 Best Companies for Cyclists
Bicycling's inaugural roundup of the 25 most bike-friendly workplaces in the United States might make you rethink your career choices.
GQ Says Goodbye to Longtime Creative Director Jim Moore
Will Welch, who currently serves as GQ Style’s editor-in-chief, will play a dual role, taking on Moore’s title in the new year.
Media Stocks Surge — Has Wall Street Caught Merger Fever?
As another wave of mergers looks set to alter the media and entertainment landscape, Wall Street investors seem enamored with the prospect of major change in the often beaten-down sector.
Elle UK Appoints Fashion Director
Elle, Hearst’s fashion media brand, has announced the appointment of Phoebe Arnold as Fashion Director of Elle UK.
Vogue Editor Says Taylor Swift’s First Reputation-Era Magazine Cover Comes with a Poem, Not an Interview
Swift has yet to give an interview during the promotion of her new album Reputation, and the new Vogue marks the first magazine on whose cover she has appeared during this album cycle, aside from her own.
Vanity Fair Cancels Bruce Weber's Art Basel Bash
A rep for the magazine tells Page Six: “Vanity Fair and Genesis, the dinner’s sponsor, have agreed to cancel.” A rep for Weber did not get back to us.
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