Thursday, September 19, 2013
“There’s Always Going to Be Room for a Newsweekly,” Nancy Gibbs, TIME’s New Editor
"The great advantage that TIME has, partly because we now have the largest audience that we’ve ever had in our entire history, is that we are able to go places where other people can’t and do the kind of both deep investigative work and quick, high-velocity news coverage," offers Ms. Gibbs in the interview.
Harvard Business Review and New England Journal of Medicine Launch Online Health Forum
Harvard Business Review and New England Journal of Medicine have launched the Leading Health Care Innovation Insight Center as a two-month online experiment designed to help health care leaders improve quality and lower costs.
Q&A with AFAR's Joe Diaz
Growing up, Joe Diaz, a founder of the travel magazine and website Afar, visited his father’s birthplace, Málaga, the Spanish port city along the Mediterranean, nearly every year.
Q&A: This Old House’s Scott Omelianuk Explains Shifting from Print to Screen
Scott Omelianuk, editor for This Old House magazine talks about investing in video, leveraging in-house talents and the strategic building blocks for success.
Early Measures Show Massive iOS 7 Adoption on Day One
Apple has already gone over the biggest features like the redesigned apps, but there are dozens of other improvements and changes as well.
Senate Postal Reform Hearings Began Today
Alerting members of Congress to the urgency of postal reform is one of the key issues mailers aim to accomplish today. “We can make exigency a moot issue if we can drive action forward on reform,” says Patrick Henderson, director of government affairs at Quad Graphics.
IDG Communications Expands Executive Team
TIME Cover: Can Google Solve Death?
Texas Monthly Looks at the Lastest Forbes 400 Richest Americans
WME Inks The Atlantic to Mine Articles for Film and TV
Quartz to Reach Profitability by 2015 with Native Ads and Open Web Focus
Cover: The Atlantic‘s October, 2013
Politico Hires Editor from The Atlantic
Smithsonian Magazine Offers Free Ticket for Two to Museums Across America
Q&A with Alexandra Senes of Forthcoming Harper's Bazaar France
Brand Suffers Most from Spat Between Owner and Hollywood Blogger
One Publisher's Social Media Strategy: Outright Rejection
MediaCom Study: Girls More Tech-Savvy Than Boys
Marketers Put More Work in the Hands of In-House Agencies
Pinterest Sends Your Site More Traffic, Study Says, but Maybe Not the Kind You Want
What Part of a Web Page Gets the Highest Viewership?
Watchdogs Tell FTC: Facebook's New Terms Unfair to Teens
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The Atlantic's Quartz looks at "The World According to Screen Size" and concludes the new national identity is determined by what smartphone you prefer, but nobody’s quite sure why.