The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, October 22, 2012

Would You Rather Own a Magazine or a Digital Startup?
"A lot of magazines continue to be not only damn good businesses, but are doing better than ever, " concludes Simon Dumenco.
TIME Moves to Responsive Design
The magazine moved its site to responsive design so that the content automatically “snaps” to the frame, regardless of screen size (no more pinching and zooming.)
Eating Well Thrives
The magazine gained circulation under Meredith, jumping to 549,300 from 369,231 in the last year.
Hearst Plans Holiday E-Book of Its Magazines’ Recipes
This is the first time Hearst has published content from across its family of magazines in digital form.
Glamour's Hofman Talks Upcoming Site Redesign with MPA's Grey
Glamour is less than a month away from launching a fully responsive website, which will allow the brand to have a single online property for readers across virtually every device. The Read has an exclusive interview with Glamour's Digital Managing Director, Mike Hofman, who will be a keynote speaker at our October 30th Responsive Web for Magazines Workshop in NYC.
Cooking Light Taps Subscription Commerce
2013 Rate-Base Increases for Yoga Journal and Vegetarian Times
Can AARP Become a YouTube Hit?
National Geographic to Auction Famous Photos, Art
Print’s Poetry Still a Draw for the Publisher Felix Dennis
Next Issue Media's Guenther: “It’s the Netflix and Hulu Model, Outside the Apple Newsstand.”
Tremor Taps Meredith's Wiener As President
More on Jennifer Levene Bruno Named Town & Country Publisher
More on Lucy Kriz Named W VP/Publisher
A Night with Cosmo’s Most Eligible Bachelors
Karl Lagerfeld Speaks Out in Spanish Marie Claire
Men's Health Names the Fittest Man
Walking Dead Gets Its Own Magazine
Iterations: The Harsh Realities of iOS App Distribution
A Lot of Buzz for Apple's Smaller IPad
Expectations High for Ads on iPad Mini
Is Native Advertising Really New?
Clothing, Consumer Electronics Draw Mobile Shoppers
Commentary: Here's Why Google Could Disappear in Five Years
Commentary: Cross-Platform Measurement and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
With a high-energy MPA booth that offers complimentary magazine media (print/digital) and a big-screen video showcase of editorial content from MPA members.

Bicycling magazine's authoritative coverage of the PE and doping scandals surrounding Lance Armstrong is summarized and aggregated in an online feature called the "Daily Lance." Armstrong’s fate was sealed today, as cycling’s governing body backed a life ban for doping and decided to strip him of his record seven Tour de France titles.