Wednesday, October 2, 2012
Robert J. Manning, Former Editor of The Atlantic, Dies at 92
Manning covered the final term of President Franklin D. Roosevelt for United Press and later edited The Atlantic Monthly, now known as The Atlantic, for 14 years.
Traditional Print Ad Gets Digital Makeover
Bonnier's Popular Science is wooing advertisers with a new take on the "belly band," due to appear on the cover of November's edition.
A Real Smartphone Inside EW
The Oct. 5 print edition of Entertainment Weekly, which features a one-of-a-kind digital ad running video and live tweets, actually has a real, full-sized 3G cellphone inside.
Sell-Out Crowd at Cooking Light’s First-Ever Tasting Event
Cooking Light drew a sell-out crowd of 700 people to its first-ever tasting event, “Light Up The Night,” on the evening of September 21 on the High Line in New York City.
The Rich Love Print, Spending More Time with Digital
Taking Your Brand Global: Six Tips from the Magazine World
Consumer Reports Undergoing Reorg
Hearst Design Group Consolidates Editorial Side
People Moves: Cosmopolitan, EMAP
Shape France Folds
Time Out – The Listings Magazine with No Listings
MAD Mocks Up New Yorker Cover Spoofing Apple Maps
17 Things I Learned from Reading Every Last Word of Mojo Mag
Glamour Editors Unite in Paris
MAC and Carine Roitfeld Host a Ball in Paris
L’Oreal Goes Looking for Ladies on the Xbox, Lucky Mag to Help Build Content
At Ad Week, the Vital Role of Digital Marketing
Mobile Push Gains New Tools for Better Ads
Time to Prep for the Viewable Ad Era
Report: Online Video Ad Spending to Grow 29% in 2012, and 2013
Has QR Codes' Moment Passed?
Trends in Content Marketing
Advertisers to FTC: We're Not Going Back on Do Not Track
Auto Sales Are Highest in 4 Years
The New York Times’ New iPad Website Could Mean End of Apple App
In U.S. Smartphone Market, There Is No Third-Place Contender
Taploid Turns Your Social Feeds into a Personal Gossip Magazine
Publishers: Stop Flirting with Pinterest
Facebook Improves Help Center
New Data Shows Steep Drop in Email Sharing
Albertsons Acquires First Store in Decade
Texas Monthly: A glimpse at the mystical scarf designs and acclaimed representational painting of Kermit Oliver, Hermès's only American designer who has also been a Texas postal worker for more than thirty years.