Monday, December 29, 2014
Here's to a seriously successful 360° Days in 2015
Pressboard: Hearst Integrated Media and Revlon’s #GoBold Campaign Among the “Best Branded Content Partnerships in 2014”
2014 may very well go down in history as the year that native advertising officially grabbed a seat at the mainstream media table. You couldn't attend a conference or even a boardroom meeting without coming across one of the many terms that have come to describe the blending of editorial and advertising.
Hearst Thinks Outside the Tower for Its Digital Strategy
Cosmopolitan.com’s New Office Space: With an in-house photo studio and its own fashion and beauty product closet, the site can shoot lots of pictures at an affordable price, Troy Young explained. The entire space is "almost like a set," he said. "We should be able to shoot anywhere."
What Does It Mean to Run “Product” in a News Organization? Hayley Nelson’s Big Challenge at WIRED
If there’s a news outlet you would expect to be ahead of the curve in digital media, it might be Wired. The San Francisco-based magazine of technology has been at it longer than just about anyone; it launched HotWired.com back in 1994, with completely different content from the print magazine. Its creators, whose efforts were chronicled by Kyle Vanhemert on the occasion of the site’s 20th anniversary, were among the first to try and shape what a successful digital news business might look like.
InStyle’s Dana Avidan-Cohn on Today
InStyle’s Senior Market Editor/Digital Correspondent Dana Avidan-Cohn shows viewers how to dress for New Year’s Eve.
InStyle’s Ariel Foxman Gets Married at the Brooklyn Museum
The wedding to Brandon Cardet-Hernandez at the Brooklyn museum was the culmination of a long, considered and eventful courtship between the two young professionals.
At the Newsstand: Pick up These Magazines Instead of that Eclair and Eggnog
Self, Shape, Women’s Health, and Fitness among the exercise and health titles reviewed by NYP staff, along with The New Yorker, New York, and TIME.
Q&A with Tim Ohnmacht, General Manager of Magazine & Catalog at Quad/Graphics
The December Issue Publishing Executive featured the re-launch of the Top 20 Magazine Printers, a ranking that lists the largest printers in the U.S. and Canada by revenue. To accompany that ranking, we interviewed top printing executives to find out how the printing industry has changed and the issues they think publishers should be most mindful of in the future.
Advertising of the Future Will Be on the "Thin-ternet"
Ingram: The Year in Media or 12 Reasons Why We Should Be Optimistic
BoSacks Speaks Out: End of the Year Message - "I Salute You"
Miller: “Publishers Must Put Audience First & Take Risks”
NPR Hires Tasneem Raja from Mother Jones
Nook’s VP of Marketing on “Delivering An Experience” on E-Readers
Media Trends 2015: Precision TV, Everyday Memes, and Media with Pace and Purpose
Pinterest Focusing on Ads, Education in New Year
TabletTV Launches in San Francisco, National Rollout Scheduled in 2015
Judge Rules Facebook's Scans of Private Messages Might Violate Wiretap Law
FTC Charges Data Broker with Selling Sensitive Info to Scammers
MA-Focus Media Secures Halls Reports Data
What Would Don Draper Say About Programmatic?
Biggest Stories of the Year: From Publicom Bust to World Cup Mania, These Events Kept Us Talking
Time to Refocus on CPG Marketing Analytics
Online Sources Grabbed Shoppers This Year
E-Commerce Tallies Nearly 6% In Global Retail Market
Stark: Do We Need a Chief Customer Officer?
From Chrysler to FCA. (Make That FCA U.S. LLC)
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.
On alternate Mondays, New York lays out a challenge and offers a sample response: Enter in the comments section, or on Twitter with the hashtag provided, and the editors will select a winner.
Criteria are highly subjective, but heavily retweeted and favorited posts will have an advantage.