Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Hurricane Impacts Media Firms
With Hurricane Sandy bringing unprecedented damage to the East Coast, companies like Condé Nast and Hearst closed offices and canceled events.
Google Unveils Nexus 10 $399 Tablet
Google is partnering with Time Inc. and working with other major U.S. publishers to deliver even more magazines to Google Play.
The Atlantic's Evolving Look
Darhil Crooks, the creative director for The Atlantic, is just getting started. He has big plans for the title as he makes his imprint felt.
Robbie Myers on the Ease of Dresses
Myers, editor-in-chief of ELLE for the past 12 years, is a working mother who relies on efficient outfits to get through her day.
Obit: Evangeline Petrakis, Former Good Housekeeping ME
Condé Nast Russia Names New President
Greece Moves Quickly to Put Editor on Trial
France Calls on Google to Settle Rift with Publishers
Hatch, Fully-Shoppable Tablet Mag, Launches
Social Shopping Site Staffed by Magazine Vets, Is Like a Magazine
Study: Both Genders Big Tablet Users
Almost 2/3 of Mobile Device Owners Are Reading Digital News
IBM Predicts Mobile Consumer Spending Spree
Review: The New Nook HD Tablet Is Just About The Best Reader You Can Buy
Welcome to the Jony Ive Era at Apple
Nokia Launches $99 Verizon Smartphone
How Complex Buying Funnels Have Killed Traditional Lead Generation
Inside Gawker’s Brand Content Studio
The Atlantic: Photos of storms and flooding from Sandy are popping up all over Twitter, and while many are real, some of them--especially the really eye-popping ones -- are fake.