The Association of Magazine Media

Friday, October 24, 2014

Magazine Media 360° September 2014 Data Now Available
Magazine Media 360° is a newly created industry metric that captures demand for magazine media content by measuring audiences across multiple platforms and formats (including print/digital editions, websites and video) to provide a comprehensive and accurate picture of magazine media vitality. Magazine Media 360° uses data from leading third-party providers and from the reader universe. This is the first time ever by any media to measure and communicate cross-platform consumer demand by brand.
Print Integrated: A Distripress Panel Discussion Moderated by Professor Sami Husni
The panelists were Matt Bean, Editor, Entertainment Weekly; Diane Kenwood, Editor, Woman’s Weekly, UK; Franska Stuy, Editor, Libelle, The Netherlands; and Morten Wickstrom, Sales and Analysis Director, VG, Norway.
Q&A with Forbes BrandVoice's Claire Robinson
Claire Robinson spoke with Polar on how BrandVoice started, how they approach industry problems, and what new challenges they’ll face in 2015.
At Forbes Under 30 Summit: Malala Yousafzai in Philadelphia Talks Education
In 2012, Malala Yousafzai was shot. The bullet went through her head, neck and shoulder. She was 15. Today, Yousafzai is able to talk proudly about her dream — the very same dream that she almost died for; the dream of seeing every child have the right to an education.
Meredith's Tom Witschi: Confident and Excited About The Magazine Business Today
Tom Witschi is EVP and President of the Women’s Lifestyle Group at Meredith Corporation. Tom ended day three of the Magazine Innovation Center’s ACT 5 Experience with a keynote address that showed why he and the Meredith Corp. are confident and excited about magazine business today.
Cosmopolitan Magazine to Host "Fun Fearless Life"
Conference with celebrity guests Eva Longoria, Kelly Osbourne, Chrissy Teigen to be hosted by the women’s magazine in New York City on November 8-9.
Car and Driver Editors: Where We're Going, We'll Probably Still Need Cars
In the year 2025, cars and the rules of the road could look a whole lot different. Cars that drive themselves. Run on hydrogen. Made out of futuristic materials. That know your musical preferences.
More on Harvard Business Review Ranks the Top CEOs
Number one on the list is Jeffrey Bezos, ceo of Amazon, whose sales keep growing even though it routinely reports losses.
FBDC's Magazine Cover of the Week: Bloomberg Businessweek
This week, FishbowlDC presents the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek and its cover story “Obama Is Too Cool for Crisis Management,” by Josh Green.
What Journalists Learn When They Become Entrepreneurs
Politico’s David Rogers to Receive David Nyhan Prize
More from InStyle’s News Director, Eric Wilson Remembering Oscar de la Renta
Popsugar Launching Shopping Magazine
Wolff: Real books Can Defeat Amazon and E-Books
Marketers Talk Mobile First at Media Tech Summit
Find Out How the Audience Mix Is Evolving in the Latest 360° Data
Add commerce to your content.
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.
“The companies tend to stop at Kerry Washington,” Aretha Busby, a stylist and the former beauty director of Essence magazine told the New York Times. “I’d love to see brands go two or three shades darker.”
 
 
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Joshua Green writes "By the time President Obama gave in and appointed an Ebola czar on Oct. 17, the White House response to this latest national crisis had already run a familiar course: the initial assurance that everything was under control; the subsequent realization that it wasn’t; the delay as administration officials appeared conflicted about what to do; and the growing frustration with a president who seemed a step or two behind each new development. Meanwhile, public anxiety mounted as cable news hysteria filled the vacuum and shaped the perception of the unfolding crisis.