Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Q&A with Chief Executive of Hearst Corp. Steve Swartz
As chief executive of Hearst Corp., Steve Swartz leads one of the largest private media empires in the country, with holdings in newspapers, magazines, broadcast television, cable television and business information stretching from Cosmopolitan to its 20% stake in ESPN.
Q&A with Newsweek’s Editor in Chief Jim Impoco
Newsweek one year after the print re-launch: profitable and self sustaining. Born in 1933 and killed in print in 2012 under the watchful eye and leadership of one of the most celebrated editors of our time, Newsweek was bought by IBT Media and relaunched in print in 2014.
Q&A with Rodale's Beth Buehler: A Closer Look at the New Online Learning Platform
Last week, Rodale announced the launch of Rodale U – a new platform offering paid online learning courses. Amy Duffin spoke to Rodale’s SVP of digital operations and strategy, Beth Buehler, about the thinking behind this new product.
InStyle’s Ariel Foxman to Interview Donald Robertson
As part of AOL/Build’s ongoing speaker series, InStyle’s Ariel Foxman will sit down with fashion illustrator Donald Robertson for an interview on Donald’s work and creative process.
Good Housekeeping’s Executive Editor Meaghan Murphy Shares Secret Cleaning Weapons
Meaghan Murphy from Good Housekeeping magazine is sharing what household products are waiting in the wings to help you tackle the toughest stains.
Publishers See Finite Rewards from Infinite Scroll
“We almost feel like when putting more content out, it’s up to us to not give infinite, but finite choice,” said Mark Howard, Forbes CRO.
An Evening at the Moth: More on The New Yorker Turning Ninety
David Reminck: "The other night, along with four of my colleagues, I told a story at Cooper Union, at an evening organized by the Moth to celebrate The New Yorker’s ninetieth anniversary. It’s a story of journalistic failure in Moscow—of leaving the beat on the eve of a coup d’état. I’d hoped it would be a fairly funny story. But then, a couple of hours before the program began, I got the news that Boris Nemtsov, an opposition figure I’ve known for many years, had been murdered on the street, not far from the Kremlin. And so the story changed once more."
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Oprah Winfrey: Leaving Chigaco, Closing Harpo Studios, Expanding OWN, and Her Broadway Plans
More on Vanity Fair's Mexico Launch
People en Español Names Online Executive Editor
Clare Ferguson Joins Marie Claire
People Moves at Time Inc. and Food Network Magazine
A Day in the Life of Vice Media’s Shane Smith
VentureBeat’s Experiment in Finding Female Tech Reporters
Je Suis Charlie: A Collection of Cartoons by Creators Syndicate
The Net Neutrality Debate Consumes the Web
Ad Sellers Face Harsh New Reality: Evolve or Find Another Career
Frawley: ROI Is Dead. A New Metric Is Needed for Customer Relationships
Instagram Will Top 100 Million US Users by 2018
Pathak: "Facebook Is over" -The Social Networks You Need to Know Now
Max Kutner reporting for Newsweek: "Two National Football League players, including one from this year’s Super Bowl-winning team, say they are donating their brains to medical research when they die. Steve Weatherford, a punter for the New York Giants, and Sidney Rice, who recently retired as a wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, made the announcement Tuesday."