Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Utilize the MPA Daily News Round Up Archives
Due to technical difficulties, some of you may not have received yesterday's MPA Daily News Round Up. You can access yesterday's edition by clicking on the link above, and you can always access past editions in the archive.
Magazines of Stuff: Embracing the Physical in the Digital Age
Edited collections of items, delivered by subscription, that tell their own stories -without the aid of text on paper: These creations look very different from the bound stacks of paper we’ve long known as magazines, but they follow a similar concept.
Sports Illustrated Gives Its Biggest Star His Own Website: Monday Morning Quarterback Kicks Off Next Week
Sports Illustrated’s Peter King launches his own property next Monday: The longtime football writer/multimedia star will transform his Monday Morning QB column into The MMQB, a standalone site with its own staff of eight.
Citibikes -A Review
Andrew Chow, interning at TV Guide Magazine, examines the pros and cons of the new human-powered mass transit system appearing in neighborhoods across New York City.
Jet Magazine: New Look to Be Unveiled with August Issue
Designer Behind New York Magazine’s "Weintzer" Cover on Accidental Masterpiece
Elizabeth Schimel Named President of Condé Nast in China
NewYorker.com Names Vauhini Vara Business Editor
Daily Beast to Launch a New Weekend Title, "Beast Weekend"
Newsweek/Daily Beast Names Michael Moynihan Editorial Director of "Beast Weekend"
Boston Bomber Makes the Cover of Rolling Stone
Cory Monteith Tragedy Frames Hollywood Reporter Traffic Record
Find Out How Many Logos ZinePak Had in 2 ½ Years
Is Unspammable Reddit a Newspaper Model from the Future?
Hearst Newspapers Team with Monster.com on Employment iPhone and Android apps
Are Traditional News Operations Really Ready for Innovation?
Former Observer Features Editor Has Big Plans for Pasadena Magazine
iPad Publisher Inkling Nabs $16M and Partners with Pearson and Elsevier
The Social-Media Bubble Is Quietly Deflating
Yahoo's Profits Up, Future Focuses on Mobile
Apple May Delay the New iPhone Because of a Change in Screen Size
Android Dominates Smartphone Market, but Publishers Haven’t Monetised It
Google Mobile Study Identifies SEO, Paid-Search Clicks
Google Glass Had a Vulnerability for Being Taken Over Via QR Code, But It’s Been Fixed
Hashtags Boost Online Brand Visibility
PR Giant Edelman Calls For Ethics in Sponsored Content
Madison Avenue Says It Doesn't Fear Apple's Ad-Skipping TV Service
Study: Are Americans Ready for Marijuana Advertising? Legalization Is One Thing, -but Marketing Quite Another
Ad Council, Keep America Beautiful Recycle Their Cause
W3C Group Rejects Industry Do Not Track Proposal Consensus Elusive as Adoption Deadline Nears
Don’t miss MPA’s digital training course on Sept. 18, where industry experts from Condé Nast, Hearst and Time Inc. will cover the framework for understanding the mechanics, vocabulary and processes of digitizing magazine media. Find out some of the key titles registered and learn why you should sign up today.
October 22 - 23, 2013
Reimagined and reinvented, AM²C 2013 is Magazine Media’s premier conference, convening the top minds from publishing, editorial, technology and advertising, to explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times.
Thrillist tapped the editor-in-chief of Saveur magazine and Top Chef Masters judge James Oseland, along with the team from their Test Kitchen, to share some magical grilling tips you probably know, -but might not.