Monday, March 23, 2015
Real Simple Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Real Simple was first imagined as every woman’s go-to guide for streamlining life. Readers still flock to the title for that, but in a different way.
Q&A with TIME Inc.'s Norman Pearlstine
The executive vice president and chief content Officer of Time Inc. says, " “We may change the (publishing) model in different ways; we may become more sophisticated about printing and delivering content by zip code or by ways in which our readers define themselves, but I think that there’s still a robust market for print having had such a long tradition of creating content.”
Q&A with Hearst's David Carey: "We’re a Content Company with a Platform Mentality"
A new interview series featuring media company leaders kicks off with David Carey, who has been the president of Hearst Magazines since 2010.
Time Inc. Holds Town Hall for Employees
Chief executive officer Joe Ripp kicked off the week with a 90-minute quarterly management meeting on Tuesday, among the many presentations, Time Inc. executive vice president Evelyn Webster presented MIMI, a beauty-focused site focusing on social media, bloggers and video, which launched last week.
People StyleWatch and JustFab Launch Accessories Collection
At Toro in New York City, media insiders including People StyleWatch Editor In Chief Lisa Arbetter and other People StyleWatch editors, "We Wore What" blogger Danielle Bernstein and "Damsel in Dior" blogger Jacey Duprie celebrated the launch.
At the Newsstand: Get Ready for Prom Season with these Magazines
Seventeen, Seventeen Prom, Teen Prom, Teen Vogue are among the titles reviewed this week along with The New Yorker, New York, and TIME.
The Curious (and Vital) Power of Print
The New Yorker Uses Emoji on Hillary Clinton Cover
Quartz Taps New Head of Video
Rolling Stone to Publish Review of Campus Rape Article Soon
Plus-Size Magazine Holds Model Search for Curvy Girls Everywhere
The Strand Magazine Mines Tennessee Williams Treasure
Apple Watch Stars in Elle Australia Magazine's Styling Section
Arizona Highways Magazine Celebrates 90 Years with Special Issue
Why a New Wave of Independent Magazines Are Thriving (in the U.K.)
Advocacy Group Calls for FTC to Reopen Google Investigation
Rentrak Fails MRC Audit, TV Ratings Accreditation Withheld
When Augmented, Virtual Reality Becomes Real for Advertisers
Commentary: Native- Why And How