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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

TIME Bolsters Its Overseas Bureaus
TIME editor Nancy Gibbs has made a plethora of hires and promotions during her 13 months at the helm. The difference in the Oct. 16 round was the emphasis on overseas positions. It is partially timed with the emergence of the Ebola virus and the ISIS terrorism that helped produce a record 50 million unique visitors last month on Time.com.
InStyle’s Eric Wilson Discusses the Passing of Oscar de la Renta
InStyle’s Eric Wilson discusses the recent passing of Oscar de la Renta, why he was such an important fashion icon and so relevant over the past five decades.
More on Southern Living, Coastal Living Launch Branded Interior Design Network
Time Inc.’s Southern Living and Coastal Living brands have joined forces to create a new “Designer Network,” bringing together interior designers who have been given the aesthetic and professional stamp of approval by the home design magazines.
More on High Times: A 40-Year History of the Magazine
Pot, Bong and Something Else for the Coffee Table: In college dorm rooms in the 1970s and ’80s, High Times magazine was famous for the same reason Playboy was: its centerfolds.
Elle Magazine's Must-Read Personal Story on Why Guilt Shouldn't Factor Into the Abortion Equation
Adobe: Massive 43% Growth in Online Video Watching
Michael Kors and Anna Wintour Are the New "Lucy and Ethel"
Playboy Exclusive: Former Dem Governor of Montana Brian Schweitzer on Obama, 2016
InStyle and NineWest Collection’s Lace Up Heel Featured in Fall Trends
Nicki Minaj Talks Female Empowerment in GQ Magazine
Doug Grinspan Is Wired Associate Publisher
Cooking Light Hires Katie Barreira and Sean Kelley
Fabrice Plaquevent Named Elle International CEO
CQ Roll Call’s John Reichard to Retire
ESPN The Magazine Says Kobe Bryant Is "Destroying" the Lakers
National Journal Magazine Takes on New Orleans Post-Katrina Identity Crisis
Husni: A Revealing Ad in Wallpaper*
Why The Thick Isn't Your Ordinary Online Magazine
Retro Game Magazine Well on Its Way to Funding Another Year of Issues
Digital Ad Revenue Hits $23 Billion in First Half of 2014
Publishers: Facebook Atlas' Gain Is Your Loss
Millennial Media-Consumption Habits Explained, in 5 Charts
The Biggest Challenges Programmatic Advertising Faces
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Discover how new technologies, data and insights can be used to grow and increase the true value of your readers at MPA’s Audience 2.0 Symposium. Register today! November 13, Hearst Tower, NYC.
Find out how magazine media's top executives are preparing for What's Next at the 2015 American Magazine Media 360°Conference, our industry's most important meeting. February 2-3, 2015, NYC.
The law is changing as fast as your job description. ASME's annual Legal Briefing for Magazine Editors will bring you up to speed on the latest legal developments. In a fast-paced and interactive day-long program, learn what you need to know to keep your magazine out of court.
The law is changing as fast as your job description. ASME's annual Legal Briefing for Magazine Editors will bring you up to speed on the latest legal developments. In a fast-paced and interactive day-long program, learn what you need to know to keep your magazine out of court.
The ASME Best Cover Contest 2015 Call for Entries is now available for download. The Best Cover Contest honors magazines published between January 1, 2014, and December 31, 2014.
 
 
October 23 - 24, 2014
ASME
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
Condé Nast
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.
Véronique Hyland of New York Magazine writes: "Plenty of designers pay sound-bite-length tribute to so-called "strong women." Oscar de la Renta actually dressed them. The designer, who passed away today at the age of 82, was the preeminent outfitter of powerful women over his nearly five decades in business, whether they were First Ladies, CEOs, society grandes dames, or everyday women."
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