Monday, January 26, 2015
Our most ambitious conference yet. A deep dive into WHAT’S NEXT? in advertising, content, audience, leadership, and of course, technology. Save the date: FEBRUARY 2, 2015.
More Magazine Gets Luxe Redesign to Reflect Its High-Income Audience: Women's Title Boasts Industry's Most Affluent Readers
More, the Meredith title launched in 1998 as an upscale service magazine for middle-aged women now has a median household income of $112,000.
The Economist, and Forbes Among Magazine Media Brands Selling Advertisers on Reader Attention, not Clicks
Some notable names in the online publishing business starting to rethink the way they present their content and sell their ads, focusing on the amount of time spent on their content by readers. To be sure, no one wants less traffic. But some news outlets are starting to pitch "audience attention" as a selling point in response to skepticism from advertisers about clicks and as a self-serving way to stand out among the hundreds of millions of websites.
More Q&A with InStyle’s Ariel Foxman
Foxman talks about the recent award win, and his remarkable team at InStyle and Drew Barrymore recently presenting him with the Fashion Media Brand of the Year award at the Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards.
Forbes Top 100 Most Promising Companies Includes Several from Ad Tech
A handful of programmatic ad companies were included in Forbes’ recent list of the 100 most promising companies in America. It’s the fourth annual ranking, which requires the companies to be privately held and generate under $300 million in annual revenue.
More on Zanny Minton Beddoes Promoted to The Economist Editor
Publishers Know You Didn’t Finish “The Goldfinch,” -Relevant to the Future of Books
Would You Want to Be a Media Agency CEO in 2015?
Two-Thirds Of Mobile App Developers Sell Programmatically
Garfield: Top 7 Things Nobody Will Miss When The Internet Disappears
Mobile Payments: Tap to Pay vs. the Credit Card Swipe
Mobile Commerce May Not End Real-World Shopping, After All
Things We Learned about Pinterest Last Week
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
“He’s the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain,” one source tells GQ’s Gabriel Sherman of NFL commissioner Robert Goodell. “No one knows leverage like him. He just sits there, like ice.” In the February issue, Sherman goes inside the NFL commissioner’s ruthless machine and speaks to nearly a hundred people over the course of this long and brutal season, including current and former NFL executives, front-office types, agents, and players.