Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Joan Lunden Appears Bald on People Cover
Joan Lunden, the former Good Morning America host, graces the cover of the latest People magazine. In June, Lunden announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer, and she has since undergone chemotherapy.
SELF Magazine Gets a Fashion-Forward Makeover Under New Editor
The magazine’s October issue hits newsstands nationwide on Sept. 30, and it’s the first to reflect the new design and viewpoint of Editor in Chief Joyce Chang, her newly formed team, and Condé Nast Artistic and Editorial Director Anna Wintour.
Bicycling Publisher Zack Grice Talks Cycling, Culture and NYC
Mr. Grice appeared on a panel on the Pimm Foxx Show on Bloomberg TV on Tuesday afternoon to discuss New York as America's Best Bike City and the culture of cycling in America. A Sneak peek at the October cover was shown.
Lauren Conrad Gives InStyle’s October Issue a Tour of Her Beverly Hills Home
"In my last apartment I turned a bedroom into a closet, so I knew I needed at least that much space," she says.
Dr. Dre Tops Forbes’ Highest Paid Hip-Hop Acts List
Forbes has named Dre 2014′s highest paid hip-hop act because he raked in an astonishing $620 million. That was more than the combined earnings of every other act on Forbes’ list combined.
Martin Scorsese's Latest Film Is a Documentary on a Magazine: The New York Review of Books
"The 50 Year Argument," which airs Monday on HBO, mixes archival footage with contemporary interviews, scenes from the Review's office and highlights from an anniversary celebration at Town Hall in Manhattan in 2013.
SocialFlow Updates Publisher Platform, Emphasizes "Real-Time" Aspect of Social
Serving as further evidence that “real-time” is becoming synonymous with social media advertising, social media optimization platform SocialFlow on Tuesday rolled out updates to its SocialFlow for Publishers platform -- the majority of which are focused on “real-time” tools and analytics for marketers.
Five Questions with the Ad Council's New CEO
Ms. Sherman, who served as a VP at Hill Holiday before moving on to LogoTV, has extensive experience with nonprofits. She is a board vice-chair of God's Love We Deliver, an East Coast-based meals-on-wheels program, and she is also a corporate adviser to the Greater New York initiative.
Photos and Images of Celebrities at the People StyleWatch Denim Awards Event in LA
Cara Delevingne Goes Naked for Allure Magazine Best of Beauty Issue
What the Team Behind Music Magazine The Fader Wears to Work
Bill Mulvihill Joins The Atlantic as Associate Publisher
Townhall.com’s Katie Pavlich to Join The Hill As an Opinion Columnist
Bauer Media’s Digital Strategy: Slow and Steady
Lebenthal Launches Online Magazine for Female Advisors
PRSS Digital Magazine Platform Acquired By Apple
The Secret to BuzzFeed’s Video Success: Data
Instagram Launches Ad Service with Omnicom
For Adland, Party Lines a Little Blurry Ahead of Midterm: ANA and 4A's Court Allies on Both Sides of the Aisle
Help People Connect By Disconnecting
The Programmatic Obesity Problem
3 Ways Content Marketers Can Integrate with Wearables
Effective Consumer Engagement on Mobile
Typefaces, Colors Carrying Brand Searches Through Conversions on Small Screens
Remembering CompuServe, 35 Short Strange Years Ago
Learn how to attract, convert, engage and monetize your audiences across screens at MPA’s Audience 2.0 Symposium – featuring can’t-miss magazine media innovators and digital experts including Hayley Romer, VP and Publisher, The Atlantic. November 13, NYC. Learn more and register today.
October 23 - 24, 2014
Two-day workshop for junior-level editors on print and digital fundamentals. Includes how to pitch and assign • line edit • write display type • work with art and photo • write and edit for the web • develop content for tablet magazines • maximize the value of social media • manage your career.
October 23, 2014
Join your fellow junior editors for an evening of networking and a Q&A with Wired's Editor in Chief Scott Dadich, at the next ASME NEXT Talks. Registration includes open bar.
In Modern Farmer: Just as Maine has lobster and Dungeness Crab season opens on the West Coast with a clamor, Enoshima has its own destination delicacy. It's a baby sardine called shirasu, a rare and fragile treat, and photographer Alanna Hale found an old fisherman willing to tell its story.