The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, July 15, 2013

Meredith's Allrecipes Site Inspires Print Magazine Title
The food magazine will be a spinoff of the Allrecipes.com website Meredith acquired last year, and will feature a curated selection of recipes from the site, whose user-generated content is popular with home cooks.
The New York Times Is Creating a Digital Longform Magazine
Jill Abramson, executive editor of the The New York Times, announced that the paper is developing a new, longform digital magazine, under the direction of former national editor Sam Sifton.
Q&A with Forbes' Mike Perlis
Ciar Byrne talks to Forbes CEO Mike Perlis about the magazine media brand's successful publishing strategy: in March 2013, it attracted 26.2 million unique monthly users to its website Forbes.com, according to comScore.
People's Military Heroes to Be Honored at the All-Star Game
The 2013 major league baseball season is complementing People's Help America's Veterans initiative and a highlight will be the 30 armed forces members and veterans who will be taking part in the events at New York's Citi Field.
Discovering the Modern Magazine
Leah De Graaf, interning at Real Simple, reflects on the special qualities of the magazine operation where she is learning the business, and offers impressions from the editors and professionals who uphold the brand's standards.
At the Newsstand: Women's Magazines
Time Inc. Makes a New Pitch to iPad Shoppers: Try Us Before You Buy Us
TIME Makes Several Hires and Promotions, Names Michael Scherer Washington Bureau Chief
New York Magazine Hires Fashion Critic Robin Givhan
Atlantic to Host Talk Between Rahm Emmanuel and Grover Norquist
U.S. News & World Report Gets Familiar Face: Lucy Byrd
ESPN's Body Issue: A History of Golfers in the Buff in Magazines
National Journal‘s Powerful Women List
XoJane.com Editor Jane Pratt: "Be willing to Put Yourself out There"
National Native American magazine to Go All Digital; Some Worry About Losing Access
Electrolux to Launch Online Magazine, New Ads Featuring Kelly Ripa
In the Netherlands, a Magazine Experiments with “Social Distribution” (and They Don’t Mean Retweets)
Next Issue Updates Its iOS App, Adds New Magazine Titles
HP Launches AR Platform, Tracks Print Ads Digitally
Six Media Trends that Have Shaped 2013 so Far
A Social, Elastic Model for Paid Content
Display Ad Share Drops, Uncertain Viewability, Metrics Blamed
Beyond the Native Advertising Name Game
OPA Study: Three-Quarters of Online Publishers Offer Native Ad Solutions
Time to Cut the Ad Tech Tax
Attention, Shoppers: Store Is Tracking Your Cell
Mobile Messaging Tactics Must Keep Channel and Audience in Mind
Ad Industry Proposal: "Do Not Track" Should Let Us Track Anyway
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Yankee magazine profiles Rob Mermin, who fulfilled a common dream: he ran away and joined the circus. He toured Europe and Canada, became friends with Marcel Marceau, and later taught at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. Then the Connecticut native returned and started a circus of his own.