Monday, December 16, 2013
The Best Winter Trips For 2014, As Chosen by National Geographic Magazine
It may be a while before equestrian ski joring becomes an official Olympic winter sport, but according to a list curated by editors of National Geographic magazine, the cowboy sport for skiers is the reason Whitefish, Montana was named one of the best winter trips for 2014.
The Forbes School of Business Is Unveiled
In San Diego on Dec. 12, Forbes Media chairman/editor-in-chief (since Feb. 1990) Steve Forbes and president/CEO (since Dec. 2010) Mike Perlis participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the Forbes School of Business.
Nicoletta Santuro Named Town & Country Creative Director-At-Large
Nicoletta Santuro, with a magazine fashion-stylist background in the U.S. (Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, etc.) and overseas (Egoiste, Italian Vogue, Paris Vogue and, most recently, Chinese Vogue), ,joined Town & Country as creative director-at-large on Dec. 4.
Against 'Long-Form Journalism'
(Also the introduction to The Best American Magazine Writing 2013) When it comes to great magazine writing, what’s in a name? As networks of human beings displace search algorithms, editors are discovering that not just headlines but overall quality matters more and more.
The Number of Online Video Ads Is Up 205% in the Last Year
The Onion Ends Its Print Run on a Satirical Note
Joanna Coles Hosts Her Second 'Cosmo 100' Luncheon
Budget Travel Magazine Sees a Digital Rebirth
Adam Prather Named 'The Hill' Publisher
Ward’s AutoWorld Magazine Names Its 2014 10 Best Automobile Engines
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Cover 'Vegas' Magazine December 2013
Mindshare's Chief Content Officer Discusses Making Branded Entertainment That Resonates
Google Seeks Brand Advertising Billions with YouTube
Ducati Redline Magazine Free Download
NPR Gets $17 Million in Grants to Expand Coverage and Develop Digital Platform
Almost Half of The Huffington Post's Traffic Comes from Overseas
Apple App Store Search Changes Shake Up Results During Critical Season
Gen X, Gen Y Value Brand Friendships
Google Buys Boston Dynamics, Creator of Big Dog
Yahoo Makes Its iOS Weather App iPad-Friendly, to the Everlasting Joy of Those Who Miss a Native One
Amazon Really, Really Wants to Sell More Kindle Fire HDX Tablets
Despite Cutbacks in Marketing, Big Companies Keep Hiring
IAB Releases Content Marketing Primer
Stay on the forefront of design and UX at MPA’s half-day symposium. You’ll hear from a lineup of experts including Jeff Gothelf, principal, Neo (NYC) and author of Lean UX. January 27, NYC.
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.
For two decades Peyton Manning has methodically elevated the standards of everybody from NFL quarterbacks to video-room interns to offspring named in his honor -- one film session, one spiral notebook, one dummy audible at a time. The mother of an eighth-grade classmate once told Manning's mom, Olivia, "Peyton really has to study for his A's. My child just goes in and takes the test." The remark, while rude, was revealing. Manning always did the work, and as a result he never disappointed the families who put so much faith in him. He is still the striver who scored a modest 1030 on his SAT yet graduated with the highest GPA that year in Tennessee's College of Communication and Information.