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Friday, August 15, 2014

Edward Snowden Embraces American Flag on the September WIRED Cover
Edward Snowden isn’t an easy man to get a hold of. The U.S. government wants to prosecute him, his admirers want to meet him and the media want to interview him. Meanwhile, Snowden is in Russia, and for many of his seekers, inaccessible. But WIRED managed to interview Snowden for its current issue, however, and in a decision sure to arouse controversy, put on its cover the man some believe to be a traitor draped in an American flag, looking pensively off into the distance.
Time Inc. Partners With Meal-Kit Startup: Plated's Recipes Created by Magazines
Time Inc. brands Real Simple and Cooking Light are teaming up with Plated, a New York-based service, to create ready-to-cook ingredient boxes based on the magazines’ recipes.
Bicycling Taps Editor in Chief As Magazine Looks to Satisfy a Broader Audience
Bicycling magazine, which is seeing one of its strongest years to date in terms of revenue, has named Bill Strickland editor in chief, according to Rodale Inc., the magazine's owner.
More on Food Network Magazine's Staffing Up
Steven Barbeau, Sarah Bruning, Yasmin Sabir, Kara Freisinger and Erica Cohen are among the new additions to the title's editorial and publishing divisions.
InStyle's Fashion News Director Eric Wilson Among Industry Notables Remembering Lauren Bacall
Beginning with her first appearance on the cover of Harper's Bazaar at age 19, Lauren Bacall's decades-long relationships with designers and love of fashion fed directly into her film career, as in the 1957 motion picture "Designing Woman," notes Wilson.
Repurpose, Republish
Cosmopolitan is among the media brands in online publishing deftly resurfacing their content using social channels and achieving results.
Mag Bag: This Week in Magazine Media
Bon Appetit and Bravo team for "Best New Restaurant," Lucky joins forces with BeachMint, Schutte named EVP and Publisher of Details and more.
National Journal's Alexia Campbell and Reena Flores Document Police Interference in Ferguson
Nine West InStyle Collection Featured As Editor's Pick
People Moves in Magazine Media
Why Media Companies Are Ditching Their Newspaper Operations
Simpson: Pay for Placement? Fat Chance
Twitter to Crack Down on Bullies, Trolls
Why BuzzFeed Is Trying to Shift Its Strategy
Global Ad Spend Will Finally Exceed Pre-Crisis Peak in 2015, GroupM Forecasts
Senators Plead for One-Year Moratorium on Postal Consolidation
An Open Letter to Bob Garfield's Open Letter to My Open Letter to John Oliver
A Buyer’s View on Native Advertising and Transparency
Survey Gauges Web User Response to Native Advertising
Survey on Programmatic Says Publishers Are Behind
Programmatic Moves Further Toward Premium Future
Martecchini: Marketers, Make Sure You Get the Audience You're Buying
Ad Viewing Grows on Traditional TV Digital Platforms with Longer Content
Ad Tech's Next Step
Whitman: 4A's And ANA Play Blame Game Over Dearth of Agency Talent
Consumer Confidence Falls to 9-Month Low
Come hear an international authority on psychological profiling, consumer analytics and talent management. Join Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, professor of business psychology, University College London, for a look at how big data and social media are impacting the magazine media workplace, as well as tactics for working with Gen Y and Millennials. Coming next Monday, September 8, NYC.
Don’t miss Mashable’s Mike Kriak, CFO/COO, as he outlines how technology can predict and track the viral cycle of content, keeping editors, readers and advertisers ahead of the competition. Complimentary for MPA/ASME members – save your seat, register today!
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Tech and Publishing: A Symbiotic Relationship for the Digital Age
When InStyle launched, no one had seen anything like it before. Instead of using models for inspiration, the title decided to focus on celebrities—visiting their homes and showing red carpet looks head-to-toe. Much has changed since then but one thing remains true: The power of style and its ability to transform the everyday.