Wednesday, March 18, 2015
The Economist and Other Publishers Have Formed an Ad Alliance to Take on Google and Facebook
The Guardian, CNN International, Financial Times, Reuters and The Economist have banded together to form an advertising alliance they hope will have enough scale to take on the likes of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
More on Time Inc. Launches MIMI
MIMI is a new site that aggregates fashion-related content from social media and the Web and includes beauty news, trends, tips, how-to guides and product reviews drawn from Time Inc. beauty editors.
Adobe Updates Content Viewer to Support Larger iPhone Content
Adobe Content Viewer is now at version 32.5, and the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, which was updated on Monday, is now at version 32.4.4.
So, Print Is Dying? Don’t Tell the Megazine
American Megazine is five feet tall and more than three feet wide. Open it up, and it grows bigger than all but the biggest flat screens. It does what newspapers and evening news broadcasts routinely did when the mass media were still massive: It demands that you pay attention.
Dorothy Parker, Editorial Assistant
It's the 100th anniversary of her start at Condé Nast. She was a member of the Vogue staff from late 1915 to 1918. Among the copy attributed to her was the famous caption, among an illustration of ten styles of nightgowns, in October 1916: “From these foundations of the autumn wardrobe, one may learn that brevity is the soul of lingerie.”
More on How Hearst Corp. Leverages Its Profitable B2B Division
Zinio Updates App, Continues Library Push; Freelancers Find Common Cause in Nonpayments
New York Magazine Cited Among Must Reads This week
Olivia Wilde on Red Carpet Fashion in InStyle’s April Issue
More on InStyle’s April Cover Girl, Kate Winslet
Christian Lorentzen Named New York Book Critic
Alexander Hitchen Leaving Daily News for Bauer Publishing
Dolce and Gabanna Magazine Director Resigns in Protest
Vice Women’s Site Broadly Aims to Defy Expectations
BuzzFeed's Latest Vision: Who Needs a Website?
Google: Here's What We Did Wrong with Google Glass
FTC to Tackle Cross-Device Targeting
3 Ways Programmatic Provides New Opportunities for Creative
Hats Off to the Modern CMO [Infographic]
Samantha Neal reports Marie Claire's editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider gave a toast honoring cast members Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Matt Walsh, and Sam Richardson, with many other celebrities and friends who gathered at Austin's Spotify House at SXSW 2015.