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Monday, June 16, 2014

Conde Nast Entertainment Signs First Look Deal with 20th Century Fox TV
Under the deal, scripted broadcast shows will be developed and produced by CNE for Twentieth Century Fox Television, and cable projects will be developed and produced for Twentieth's cable production arm Fox 21.
Q&A with Teen Vogue VP and Publisher Jason Wagenheim
Wagenheim discusses Teen Vogue's research results on millenials, among the many findings: how they use technology and how they employ social media to connect with brands on mobile, and how they influence purchase in the home.
Forbes Magazine Achieves Its Highest Readership Ever in the U.S. Adding More Than 1 Million Readers
Forbes Media announced today at the 61st Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity that, according to recently released GfK MRI Spring 2014 data, Forbes magazine has achieved its highest readership ever in the U.S., increasing by over one million readers in the past year to more than 6 million.
TV Guide Magazine Names New Editor in Chief, New Executive Editor
TV Guide Magazine has named Doug Brod, Editor in Chief and Michael Schneider, Executive Editor. It was announced today by CEO David J. Fishman.
W Magazine’s June/July Edition Parallels Art, Fashion for W:Art Supplement
Chanel, Prada and Louis Vuitton are among the luxury marketers underscoring the connection between the world of art and fashion in W magazine’s dual issue for June and July.
Reddit's Newsgathering Comes of Age
Reddit’s breaking news platform is helping the site live up to its slogan: the front page of the Internet. Armed with a new live thread system built by Reddit engineers, a group of volunteer moderators have elevated the site to the forefront of the real-time news movement.
Single Copies at Check-Out and the Mid-Level Publisher: A Solution to a Major Dilemma
Samir Husni's ongoing analysis with MagNet’s Luke Magerk now focuses on checkout acquisition for the mid-level publisher.
More on the InStyle West Hollywood Party for Eric Wilson
Google and ESPN Partner to Put World Cup Highlights in Search
Tim Cook, Making Apple His Own
"Employee of the Future:" Bridging Media’s Church-State Divide
Jennifer Gallo Hicks Named Condé Nast Traveler Associate Publisher, Sales
Sophie Gilbert and Denise Kersten Wills Join The Atlantic As Senior Editors
The New Republic Editor Franklin Foer Adds Linda Kinstler to His "Cabinet" with Amanda Silverman
Sylvia Barsotti Is Highlights for Children Director of Parenting Editorial
More on Bill Wasik, Jake Silverstein's First New York Times Magazine Hire
Dean Baquet Has Malignant Tumor Removed
Incomes Keep Soaring for Fashion's Top Bloggers
New York Times Debuts the "Snowfall" of Native Ads
WebMD Relaunches iPhone App As a Hub for Fitness Data
Maxim Magazine Sues "Pornographic" Modeling Agency for Ripping off Its Name
Shane Smith, the Hard-Partying Mogul Who Has Won Over the Millennials
Yahoo Beauty Hits Go
Global Ad Revs Expected to Hit $516 Billion in 2014
Native, Programmatic Lead Ad Industry Growth, But Not Without Challenges
Brent Poer, president of LiquidThread North America, is a powerful marketer of many strong opinions and lots of boldface clients, including world class marketers P&G, Walmart and American Honda Motor Company. Come hear this top advertiser and creative force reveal how to make the tablet a better experience for advertisers and consumers. MPA CHEW ON THIS bring-your-lunch series, NYC, Thursday, June 26.
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.
An English model named Emma Appleton had tweeted a screenshot of what appeared to be a Facebook message from Richardson... The message was clearly an impersonation (Richardson does not have a personal Facebook account, and he hadn’t worked for American Vogue in four years), and another photographer might have ignored the incident. But Richardson occupies a singular, controversial position in photography... New York's The Cut interviews Richardson.