Hearst’s Michael Clinton on the Passion that Keeps Him Moving
Mr. Clinton is interviewed about his latest book, Tales From the Trails: Runners’ Stories That Inspire and Transform, which focuses on one of his longtime passions — lacing up his sneakers and getting moving. Attend the launch and book signing Thursday, September 19, from 6-9pm at the NYRR Runcenter, 320 West 57th Street, NYC.
Hearst’s Multi-Cloud Strategy Taps AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud
"I tell people all the time if cloud is expensive for you compared to on-prem, then you're not doing it right," says Jimmy Shaffer, Hearst’s executive director of cloud and DevOps. "With cloud, we have huge advantages to be able to tailor the workloads to the environment and be highly cost-effective by doing that."
DCN's Tyler Bishop Asks "Subscriptions Vs Advertising Models: Can They Co-Exist?"
"Unfortunately, despite consumers' willingness to sign up for subscription based content, news has been one of the most difficult areas to monetize. In part, this is because so many people consume it through social media platforms."
Vogue Japan to Mark 20th Anniversary With Milan Fashion Week Party
The party, organized in partnership with Bulgari, will celebrate all things Kawaii.
Tribal Art, Dancing Times Magazines Offer Subscriptions to Digitized Archives
Exact Editions, a London-based company that digitizes the archives of periodicals, has partnered with Tribal Art magazine to digitize and offer subscriptions to its 15-year archive.
How (Newspaper) Publishers Are Cutting Print Days — and Not Losing (Too Many) Subscribers
"Cutting print is going to happen. But what’s the best way to make it happen? —It’s now inevitable that many newspaper publishers will slash the frequency of their print product."
For CMOs, Pressures to Deliver Short-Term Growth Prevent Long-Term Transformation
CMOs worldwide believe that creativity, data collection and customer experience are vital for their future business success, but the percentage who believe their brands are currently doing those things well falls short, according to a May 2019 survey.