Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Condé Nast Looks to Expand Digital Efforts Under New CEO Bob Sauerberg
Condé Nast announced that it is appointing its president, Robert A. Sauerberg Jr., as its chief executive, and naming Charles H. Townsend chairman of Condé Nast.
Two-Thirds of Wired's Revenue Is Digital, and Brand Content Is Why
Wired so far this year has attracted over 15 big brands to Wired Brand Labs, its nine-person branded content unit, including Porsche, Bank of New York, Marriott and the U.S. Army. Mostly recently, Nokia inked a yearlong deal for #maketechhuman, a multiplatform campaign that included a site on Wired.com...
Wired.com Sets Traffic Records
Wired.com has announced some of its own record-setting numbers: The site—which was revamped in March—has already surpassed 170 million unique visitors, more than all of 2014.
Esquire Opens Up Its Archive: 82 Years of Past Issues Online in New Subscription Archive
This week, Esquire is publishing its one thousandth issue. To commemorate the event, people can now pay to read every article and view every iconic photo from all issues on the Web.
Q&A with People StyleWatch's Lisa Arbetter
Lisa Arbetter profiled on the StyleWatch redesign, her career and the new editorial direction, in print and online.
Could You Shoot the Cover for National Geographic?
For the first time ever, editors at the magazine are inviting readers to shoot the December 2015/January 2016 cover photo as part of an assignment, Your Shot National Geographic's photo community. Your Shot regularly asks its 600,000 plus members to 'go on assignment' by contributing photos around a theme, with the editors picking their favorites.
British Vogue and Alexa Chung Team for Documentary Series
InStyle Throws One Heck of a Star-Studded Event at the Toronto Film Festival
How Bloomberg Media Plans to Win in the Crowded Events Business
Read a Bold New Magazine for Interactive Fiction Fans
Inmate Wants $500 for Destroyed Magazine
The Best Product People Come out of the Newsroom: How The Washington Post Adopted a Product Mindset
Big Cuts Coming to L.A. Times, Likely Other Tribune Papers Amid Tumult
The Micropayment Platform Blendle Is Expanding to Germany (Eyes the U.S.)
Instagram Ads Are a Hit Among Brands
AppNexus Filters 65 Percent of Impressions As Fraudulent
Yes, There Is a War on Advertising. Now What?
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American Politicians are now eager to disown a failed criminal-justice system that’s left the U.S. with the largest incarcerated population in the world. But they've failed to reckon with history. Fifty years after Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s report “The Negro Family” tragically helped create this system, it's time to reclaim his original intent.