Monday, December 9, 2013
We’ll See You There!
Don’t miss MPA Digital: TAP. It’s the only conference where you will learn the latest, see it in action and meet the agents of change driving magazine media's digital evolution. December 10, NYC.
Pope, Miley, Assad on TIME's Person of the Year Short List
What do the president of Syria, Pope Francis and Tea Party darling Ted Cruz have in common with Miley Cyrus and Edward Snowden, the American fugitive who leaked thousands of classified documents to the press?
Business and Finance Magazines at the Newsstand
The Economist, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and Money reviewed and cited among the best of the financial outlook magazines.
Magazine Assistants Add Social Media to Scheduling and Coffee Runs
Assistants at magazine media titles like Cosmopolitan and Saveur have an understanding of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and increasingly they are assuming some responsibilities for spreading the magazine’s message, and brand, across social media.
Students to Help Plot Glamour's Future
“‘The Future of Glamour' is an exercise to enable Condé Nast International editions of Glamour to explore our future process of innovation.... Having students reimagine (the brand) is a way to foster innovation,” said Condé Nast International in a statement.
Condé Nast Video Surging in Digital TV and Beyond
In November, CNE first appeared on the set-top box and started streaming programming from GQ, Glamour, Vogue, Wired, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair and Style.com. Among the channels this brings over 600 episodes of content to Roku. CNE will make available to Roku all future channels of digital video content.
Esquire Network Hones In on Guys
Original series to multiply quickly, Esquire will debut new shows like the nightlife real estate series Risky Listing, White Collar Brawlers, and the travel opus Alternate Route.
Consumer Cellular, AARP Celebrate 50th Milestone
Sarah Miller Named Travel + Leisure European Editor
More on Deirdre Finnegan Named Eating Well Publisher
The Information's Jessica Lessin on Paywalls, Information, and the Virtues of Knowing Who Your Audience Is
Erwin Ephron Remembered As Guru, Mentor, Nudge, But Mostly a Writer
Where Freedom of the Press Is Muffled
Big Data and Marketing: Don't Believe Everything You Read
Newspaper Dollars Still Tops in Local Media
Google+ Extends Reach Across the Web with New Social Ads
As Wearable Tech Sales Grow, So Do Privacy Concerns
Ad Spending Expected to Pick Up Pace
GroupM Downgrades 2014 Spending Forecast
10 Things You Should Know About the Global Ad Market
Is the Future of Programmatic Premium?
Olympics, Mobile Drive Three New Ad Forecasts, but Europe Stays a Concern
Jaffe: "I Have Seen the Enemy and the Enemy Is Within"
Marketers Find Success on Social Through Customer Engagement
The online video market is soaring, with advertisers expected to spend $4.1 billion on digital video ads in 2013, growing to $9.1 billion by 2017, according to eMarketer. For online publishers, this presents a great opportunity to offer new solutions to partners and prospects. MediaRadar CEO Todd Krizelman will highlight successful examples of online video and discuss recent online video advertising trends at TAP.
Late entries in all NMA categories will be accepted until 5 p.m. EST, Tuesday, January 21, 2014, subject to late fees. Visit magazine.org/nma for more information.