Monday September 28, 2015
Consumer Reports Undergoes Strategic Realignment
Consumer Reports, is undergoing a strategic realignment that will significantly expand its digital capabilities with the goal of increasing its reach and influence. The realignment includes reorganization at the executive level as well as investments in new technology.
Pamela Anderson Expresses Her Passion for Animal Rights People StyleWatch
Long-time vegan actress and pin-up Pamela Anderson — who has dabbled in design in the past — has two new fashion projects on the horizon. Both involve accessories and both are 100 percent animal cruelty-free.
At the Newsstand: Bowhunter, Field & Stream, Petersen’s Hunting Are Reviewed
Bowhunter is full of heartfelt readable personal essays, making it seem like a community gathering where hunters share their stories. There is a story, for example, on the pride of being a Dad turkey hunting with his son.
Nexstar Offers to Buy Media General for $1.85 Billion
The Nexstar Broadcasting Group said on Monday that it had made an unsolicited offer to buy Media General for $1.85 billion in cash and stock, potentially upending Media General’s recent bid for the Meredith Corporation.
Ad of the Day: Magazine Cleverly Hides a Dark Message in a Tour of a Luxury Home
It opened like any other editorial feature, with a normal shot of the home's exterior and the beginnings of an anodyne essay about the Ashworth family and the modern Auckland home they'd built over four years...
Ad Age Imagines a World Without Ads and It's Not Cheap
Ever wonder how much content would cost without advertising to subsidize it? Ad Age did the math. —BuzzFeed: We have some bad news for you...
Some Final Thoughts On Anderson News and The Anti-Trust Lawsuit
Everything Has a Price: Publishers Weigh Options for Buying Their Way out of Blocked Ads
Naomi Watts Is Elegant and Quirky in a Disney-Style "Tinkerbelle" Dress at the InStyle TIFF Party
Banana Republic Creative Director Marissa Webb Talks to InStyle About the 5 New York Fashion Week Brands You Can Afford
The British Vogue Guide to Making People Pay Attention to Ads
She Shreds: Guitar Magazine Empowers Women to Rip Up Stereotypes
Washingtonian Magazine Celebrates Milestone Anniversary
How a College Magazine Built a Comedy Empire Called "National Lampoon"
Getting “The Bight” –Q&A with Brandon Hayward, Publisher, Editor-In-Chief, The Bight Magazine
Healthy Mom & Baby Magazine Collecting Diapers
6 Ways Technology Will Change Consumer Engagement with Brands
Programmatic Direct Takes Majority of Programmatic Ad Dollars
Commentary: You Can't Convince Consumers We Aren't Hucksters
View: Mobile Advertising Is Killing Itself
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In The New Yorker: Besides co-anchoring the nightly news, and cranking out books, Ramos hosts a Sunday-morning public-affairs show, “Al Punto” (“To the Point”), and writes a syndicated column; for the past two years, he has also hosted a weekly news-magazine show, “America with Jorge Ramos,” in English, on a fledgling network (a joint venture of Univision and ABC) called Fusion. (When Jon Stewart asked him, on “The Daily Show,” to account for his hyperactivity, Ramos said, “I’m an immigrant. So I just need to get a lot of jobs.”)