Thursday, January 16, 2014
All That Glitters Is Glamour
“This is the new Glamour,” publisher Connie Anne Phillips told WWD Wednesday. “We have 11 million readers in print and eight million online. We deliver real scale, real impact and take that to marketers.”
Vanity Fair Launches Hollywood Vertical
"The idea was to grow VanityFair.com over the course of the next year, and so my suggestion was that we zero in on a few areas where we really have authority and we can win," Digital Director Mike Hogan said in an interview Tuesday.
Lena Dunham Redefines Glam in Vogue
“Lena is a strong, confident woman who charts her own path, and that, to my mind, makes her an inspiring role model,” said Anna Wintour.
E-Books Aren't Going to Make Print Obsolete Anytime Soon
Some 28% of Americans read at least one e-book in 2013 up from 23% the year earlier, according to a new survey of more than 1,000 adults from the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project.
TIME’s Provocative Hillary Clinton Cover
The cover features a pant-suit-clad leg ending with a high heel with a tiny man hanging onto the heel, and asks "Can anyone stop Hillary?"
Capital New York to Introduce Monthly Print Magazine
Mad Magazine to Stay in New York?
Comedians, Newspapers and Magazines Take Aim at Chris Christie
Company Has Endured for 159 Years by Keeping Its Beds Consistent. Ditto for Its Ads
UW Launches Natural Resource Magazine
Lorde Graces Rolling Stone Cover
Emily Banks Leaves Mashable for WSJ
iPhone-Only Magazine Showcases Next Generation of Photographers
Washington Post and Politico Talk About a Rift
Canadian Sen. Patrick Brazeau Fired By Frank Magazine After One Column
Rep. Waxman on Tribune Meeting: ‘My Concern About the Fate of the Los Angeles Times Was Not Alleviated’
J.C. Penney to Close 33 Stores and Cut 2,000 Jobs
AOL Unloads Most of Patch Local-News Site
Facebook Revamps Ads to Compete With Google
More Developers Targeting Android vs iPad for Tablet Apps
Smartphone Users Worldwide Will Total 1.75 Billion in 2014
Why Your Old Mobile Strategy Won't Cut It This Year
Net Neutrality Just Got Sucker-Punched. Will Madison Avenue Get the Bill?
Net Neutrality and the Future of Journalism
Can Europe Really Offer Startups a Better Deal on Net Neutrality?
Local Media Forecast to Rise Single Digits, Digital Expands
Don’t miss MPA’s Design/UX Symposium, featuring some of today’s most accomplished authorities in design, content strategy and product development. See full agenda and sign up today. January 27, NYC. #MPAdigital
Be a part of the only magazine media industry event that brings together all retail supply chain partners. June 9-11, The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner, VA.
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.
Tell your readers to visit Facebook from March 31 to April 13 to vote for their favorite covers. The most "liked" cover of the 10 finalists will win the ASME Best Cover Contest Readers' Choice Award.
Speakers include MPA’s Mary G. Berner, Hearst’s Michael Clinton, All You’s Nina Willdorf and Deborah Curtis, The Atlantic’s Corby Kummer and Jay Lauf, Glamour’s Cindi Leive and Bon Appetit’s Adam Rapaport—plus Richard B. Stolley, the founding editor of PEOPLE, and Dorothy Kalins, the founding editor of Metropolitan Home and Saveur.
Photo: Octavian Cantilli
That's right. TIME interviewed burger historians and experts to determine which patties made the biggest impact on the burger industry and the world at large... but only one can be king.