Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Mary Berner Heads to MPA
“Everything I’ve ever done has been a turnaround, or a transformation,” said Berner, the incoming President and CEO of the magazine media association.
Condé Nast's Dolce Vita
Under Jonathan Newhouse's leadership, the number of Condé overseas titles has nearly quadrupled from fewer than 30 to 122 in 24 markets, along with 79 websites.
Fast Chat with Real Simple's "Pinterest Pioneer"
An early adopter, Real Simple Senior Editor Kristin Appenbrink has pinned her magazine to the top of the board.
Who to Follow on Pinterest
From Anna Wintour to fashion bloggers, these are the Pinterest accounts and inspiration boards that you should be following--now.
Why CNNMoney Matters
Seventeen Tests E-Commerce with a Charitable Angle
EatingWell to Increase Rate Base
James G. Elliott Co. Handles Ad Sales for Saturday Evening Post
Fashion Mag Slink a Hit with Curvy Girls
How Vice Became a Video Success Story
Joyce Shirer Takes Charge of Rodale's E-tail Marketing (and More)
People Moves: Time Inc., People Stylewatch
Former Time Inc. Exec Wayne Powers Joins Parade
Spin Publisher Buzzmedia Names Hansen President
Letters, Memos from Helen Gurley Brown
Up Close with Carine Roitfeld, the World's Chicest Grandmother
What to Expect at Graydon Carter's New Beatrice Inn
Study: Majority of Smartphone Users Access Content
Nook Sales Fall, Though Digital Content Sales Increase
Barnes & Noble Nook E-Reader Goes International
AT&T Ends Tablet Subsidies
iPads Hit Self-Checkout
Quora Debuts Embedded Quotes to Better Court Publishers
LinkedIn Confirms Profile Redesign, Says More Changes to Come
Latest MPA Washington E-Newsletter: A Packed Legislative Agenda Predicted Following Election; Republican VP Candidate’s Remarks to MPA Board; and more.
From MPA Chairman Michael Clinton (Hearst Magazines): Our industry is changing at a rate faster than ever, and many of the forces disrupting our business emanate from the Silicon Valley area. That’s just one of the many reasons you need to attend AMC 2012 in the heart of San Francisco.
Reader's Digest: If you were stranded on a desert island and could only have one album, what would you pick? Here's what magazine staffers declared they just couldn't survive without.