Wednesday September 23, 2015
min's Integrated Marketing Award Winners Celebrated in New York
Multiple award-winners included Hearst Integrated Media, InStyle, and SHAPE. Among the award winners were Cosmopolitan, Taste of Home, National Geographic, Bloomberg and GQ. Categories ranged from best app integration, to live event, to the "Wow! Award."
Shareablee's Top 10 Media Publishers for August 2015: Engagement on Instagram Tops Facebook
National Geographic, Bleacher Report, Complex, People, and Playboy all posted impressive numbers across total actions and fans and followers.
Why WIRED Debuted a Big Story on Apple News
Visitors to WIRED’s website were greeted by a titanic profile of Bjarke Ingels, the architect behind several monoliths that will reshape New York City’s skyline. Running nearly 5,000 words and illustrated with full-screen photographs, it’s the kind of longread that makes a splash as soon as it hits the Web.
Good HouseKeeping's Lori Bergamotto Recaps The Emmys Red Carpet Style on Morning TV
Lori Bergamotto, Style Director at Good Housekeeping highlights the biggest red carpet moments from the 67th annual Emmy Awards.
The Luxury of Print Is Not Just for Subscribers
Marina Haydn: "Circulation marketers around the world tend to focus on subscriptions... But the newsstand need not be neglected; there are some simple ways to reinvigorate sales there."
Advertising Doesn’t Have to Irritate, Intrude, Lie, Cheat and Generally Suck
Jarvis: The future of advertising and the media it supports rests on building real relationships; The situation for advertisers and the media they feed will only grow worse as Apple introduces adblocking into the heart of its next operating system, iOS9 and OS X El Capitan.
The New Yorker Has the #PizzaRat Scoop
Gwyneth Paltrow Covers Condé Nast Traveler
Shareablee's Ranking and Data for New York Fashion Week: Celebrities and Video Ruled
Photos From New York Fashion Week: Anna Wintour, Penelope Cruz, Dana Walden and More
Time Inc. Appoints New Editor of Sunset Magazine
Olivier Rizzo Guest Edits Document Magazine
Bloomberg, MarketShare Partner for Ad Analytics
The Untitled Magazine Responds to an Angry Ruby Rose
Vice Went to Prison with Obama. Now It's Going Deep into Inmate Issues
Snapchat Publishers Want Ad Sharing to Return
#PopeinUS —How Brands and Publishers Are Turning a Buck on the Papal Visit
Social Network Ad Revenues Accelerate Worldwide
Interview: Crowdfunding Journalism to Confront the Media Industry’s "Huge Problem"
GroupM Demands Ad Nets Enforce Anti-Piracy
Mobile Skyrockets with 1Billion Users, Global Reach Expands
Free Report —The Economist Intelligence Unit, Beyond Personalization: The Challenges of Contextual Marketing
October 21 - 22, 2015
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Newsweek reports: During his first speech to Americans on his historic trip to the White House, Pope Francis on Wednesday morning said this is a critical time in history to address climate change. "It seems clear to me that climate change is a problem we can no longer [leave] to our future generations," the pope said to a loud round of applause from the crowd on the South Lawn of the White House. He continued, saying this is a critical time in history to bring about sustainable and integral development. The pope, who is Argentine, spoke in English.