The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, October 8, 2012

Wives Take the Campaign to Newsstands
As the candidates for president debate in the press over weighty topics like taxes and health care, their wives are waging their own campaigns in women’s and celebrity magazines.
Automobile EIC Launches Car Site for Women
Jean Jennings, Editor-in-Chief of Automobile, launched JeanKnowsCars.com to take the mystery out of car ownership for female drivers.
Paul Caine Talks Time Inc. at Ad Week Panel
Caine on Amplify, whilch offers brands the chance to marry new campaigns to existing editorial content — in print, digital or mobile — in any of its magazines.
A Week of WIRED, The Design Issue
Brandon Kavulla, Creative Director of WIRED, and his team give behind-the-scenes insight into how the magazine's landmark issue was put together.
101 New Magazines Debut in September
To all who doubt that there is a very good future for print in a digital age, a visit to the newsstands is all what they need to be convinced otherwise.
Glamour.com Wants to Be More Than Your Home Magazine "Companion"
Reader’s Digest Alive and Growing in the Digital World
AllRecipes Moves Toward Mobile-First with New Recipe Pages
GPS Company Garmin Releases Tablet Magazine into Apple Newsstand
A Paris Review Mobile App
Man Bites Downward Dog: Health Mag Teams with Wanderlust for "Yoga in the City"
For Publishing Success, Look to an Older, Truer Example of "The Voice": Malcolm Forbes
Former SI Writer Johnathan Rodgers and Other AAF Hall of Famers Grapple with Diversity in Ad, Media Industries
On the Newsstand: Mags on Halloween
Presidential Debate New Yorker Cover "Brutal but Genius"
The Newest Factchecker: Reddit
Anna Kendrick Admits She’s a Redditor on Letterman
When News Breaks, Most Americans Seek a Second, Trusted Source for More Info
Beyond Crowdsourcing: How to Turn Sources into Storytellers
Ad Malaise Points to Ho-Hum Holidays
A Parting Glance at Ad Week 2012
Study Finds Broad Wariness Over Online Tracking
Ad Industry Wants RTB, but Misconceptions Could Stifle Growth
BuzzFeed Embraces Sponsored Content to Tap Social-Media Sharing
Here's What BuzzFeed's Print Ad—That's Right, Print—Looks Like
iPad Mini Design “Could Outshine the New iPad”
Take the Money and Run, Burrus Tells Postal Workers
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