Monday, August 12, 2013
Celebrity Weeklies Are Reveling in a Royal Baby, and Sales
People, which published the first royal baby cover with the “Royal Baby Joy!” collector’s issue, was expected to sell 1.4 million copies during the two weeks it remained on newsstands, said Larry Hackett, People’s managing editor.
Technology Industry Extends a Hand to Print Media
Helping print journalism adapt to a changed era is becoming a cause du jour among the technology elite.
Ariel Foxman Talks about InStyle and Nine West Shoe Collaboration
Ariel Foxman discusses InStyle’s collaboration with footwear firm Nine West to create a capsule collection of fall shoes.
Publisher Jason Wagenheim Discusses Teen Vogue's Back-to-School Saturday Initiative
Wagenheim talks about Teen Vogue's annual Back-to-School initiative, (in its second year) and what it means for retailers and readers going into the fall season.
Time Magazine Branches out into Documentary Films
Red Border Films, named after the magazine’s border, will produce one 10-minute film a month and two longer, more ambitious projects each year. While some of these projects will tie in to articles in the magazine, other videos will stand alone.
Yankee Magazine and Others Update Apps in Advance of Possible September 10th iPhone launch
Smithsonian Acquires 100 Irving Penn Photographs
IEEE Computer Society Launches Personalized Aggregation Tool
Dearly Departed Celebs Make Magazine Sales Come Alive at Newsstand
Magazine Writing on the Web, for Film
Watch Out Publishers: Here Comes LinkedIn, with Original Content
Rank & Rile: Why Some Lists Prove Irksome
David Epstein to Leave SI
Politico Putting Together Its Magazine Team
The New Math of Media Deals
A Gossip Site Finds Its Niche
Meet Dorian Grinspan, the 21-Year-Old Editor of an International Fashion Magazine
"I'm 13 and None of My Friends Use Facebook"
Meta, the Crazy AR Glasses That Aim to Do What Google Glass Can’t
Next iPad Takes After Thin, Light Mini
To Stay Afloat, Bookstores Turn to Web Donors
Boardroom Battle at J.C. Penney Over CEO
Consumers Set to Reach for Their Wallets
Rich, Mobile-Centered Ads Work Best
Leaning Towards a Better Way to Gauge Consumer Media Interaction
Judge Denies Apple a Stay: Another Setback in Its E-Book Price-Fixing Case
Newspaper Bane: Nobody Reads the Stories
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.
Just train for 10,000 hours, right? Not quite. Outside looks at author David Epstein's new book that argues that the top-shelf athletic performance may be the result of a more complicated formula than we’ve recently come to believe.