The Association of Magazine Media

Monday, August 25, 2014

James Oseland Leaves Savuer To Launch Rodale's Organic Life
"Rodale's Organic Life will be a print and digital brand like no other," Oseland said in a statement. "It will be a community, a clearinghouse of beautiful, authoritative information that will weave together food, shelter, gardening, wellness and good living—an intersection of topics that lie right at the heart of Rodale and what so many of us care about."
ESPN Launches Score-Tracking App for Pebble Smartwatch
The app, launched Thursday, can track multiple games and causes the Pebble to vibrate when it receives game updates and score changes. It provides scores for all pro leagues and collegiate conferences, and ESPN is bowing the app ahead of the 2014-15 NFL and college-football season kickoffs.
Study: Mobile Is Growing But Tablets Aren’t
When Apple introduced the first iPad four years ago, it changed the mobile world. But just a few years later tablets, which drove much of mobile’s growth the past few years, are not as hot as they used to be. Instead it’s smartphones that are driving mobile gains.
The Matter of Time
In the 92 years since Henry Luce co-founded Time Inc., there have been just seven journalists to hold the title of editor-in-chief. More people have walked on the moon than have sat in Luce’s custom Eames chair in his office on the 34th floor of the Time-Life Building. With wood paneling, private dressing rooms, and sweeping views of Rockefeller Center, the stately backdrop was an emblem of publishing’s glamour and power—Luce’s American Century brought to life.
Is The Player Nervous? Just Ask His Shirt
Fortune Senior Writer Jessi Hempel Moves to Wired
Rodale Seeking a Chief for Women's Health
Playboy Revamps Its Digital Presence
NY Times Publishes Vogue Facts
InStyle Market Editor Ali Pew Comments on Levi's Latest PR Plan
Covers, Placement and The Single Copy Sales: A Much Needed Trilogy To Increase Sales.
WebMD Launches Their Second Digital-Only Magazine App
Instyle Magazine Praises Pictoguard for Leading the Battle of Online Image Removal
LG Set To Take On The Moto 360 With Round Watch Of Its Own
IG: USPS Needs To Fine-Tune Geo-fencing Technology Being Tested to Improve Mail Delivery
These Ex-Reporters Want To Save ‘Brand Journalism’
Marketers Mull Ad Value Of Instagram, Pinterest
More On: New Vine Upload Feature Should Appeal To Brands
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