Thursday, January 22, 2015
Our most ambitious conference yet. A deep dive into WHAT’S NEXT? in advertising, content, audience, leadership, and of course, technology.
Q&A with Hearst’s Duncan Edwards on Cosmopolitan’s Online-Only Expansion
The launch of online-only, local language brands in several new markets is part of a drive to extend Hearst’s Cosmopolitan brand into markets where it does not already have a print presence.
Businessweek's Abercrombie and Fitch Cover Will Make You Look at Grandpa Differently
Businessweek hits another one out of the park with its latest cover featuring a half naked old man. The image is part of the cover story about the aging Abercrombie and Fitch clothing empire.
Time Inc. Invests in Keaton Row
Time Inc.’s partnership with Keaton Row, a peer-to-peer social commerce marketplace, will open an array of ecommerce opportunities for brands such as InStyle.
Vanity Fair Oscar Party Moving to Beverly Hills
After revealing in the fall that the party would be one-and-done on the space behind Sunset Plaza after the 2014 Oscar night, speculation had centered on Beverly Hills, with the Annenberg Center being mentioned as a possible new home a year ago.
Economist Group Names Zanny Minton Beddoes Editor of The Economist
Zanny Minton Beddoes has been appointed editor of the Economist, the first female to land the role in the publication’s 170-year history.
Foreign Affairs and the World Economic Forum Partner to Publish “The New Global Context” an E-Book
As business-leaders, government officials, and prominent members of civil society and academia gather at this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Foreign Affairs and the WEF have partnered on a special e-book, The New Global Context, which will be available to all WEF attendees in both electronic and print formats.
Bill Gates to Guest Edit The Verge
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and the world’s wealthiest person, is going to serve as The Verge’s guest editor in February. No pressure, Verge staffers.
More on AllRecipes Rate Base Surges: The Secret to Allrecipes’ Success
IBT Media to Launch Newsweek Middle East
Bob Dylan Appears on the Cover of AARP Magazine
Dakota Johnson Covers Vogue
Inked Gets a Beautiful Redesign
Bloomberg and Good Housekeeping Add to Teams
Garrett Graff Named Editor of Politico Magazine
More on Physician's Life Launch: An Enviable Magazine Demographic
Cover Battle: Parade or New York Times Magazine
New York Times Advertising EVP on the Art and Science Behind the Newspaper's Ad Strategy
Art & Business Magazine Sold to Artnews
Why It’s Risky Business for News Publishers to Build Their Own CMS
Some Security Concerns for Controversial Magazine's Sale in Evanston Illinois
70 Percent of Consumers Buy CPG Products After Seeing Mobile Ads
February 02, 2015
New York Marriott Marquis
The National Magazine Awards honor print and digital publications that consistently demonstrate superior execution of editorial objectives, innovative techniques, noteworthy journalistic enterprise and imaginative art direction. The awards will be presented at the National Magazine Awards Annual Dinner at the New York Marriott Marquis on February 2, 2015. Purchase tickets now. National Magazine Awards Supported By Publishers Press