The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday November 4, 2015

Meredith Reveals Due Date for Fit Pregnancy and Baby
“The Fit Pregnancy and Baby brand reflects the modern expectant and new mom’s approach to maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout her pregnancy and beyond,” says Carey Witmer, EVP/President, Meredith Parents Network in a statement. “We believe the brand has a strong resonance in particular with today’s audience of multicultural Millennial moms who understand the importance of wellness but also want to look great and have fabulous style throughout the journey of pregnancy and new motherhood.”
The Economist Adopts Time-Based Ad Sales
The publisher, which operates a hybrid subscription and ad-funded business model, is offering marketers globally the ability to buy readers’ attention in-app and online, on a cost-per-hour (CPH) basis. The move follows the Financial Times’ adoption of time-based selling in early 2015.
Jose Canseco Threatens Haute Living's Magazine Publisher "Pay Me $350k or Else"
Attorney Sandy Becher, "We have authorities in various jurisdictions dealing with Canseco's not only defamatory but downright extortionate and otherwise criminal behavior."
Many New Titles Arrive in October to the Nation’s Newsstands… 21 Magazines with Frequency and 41 Book-a-zines
Professor Husni, "October brought us some of the most engaging content and beautiful imagery since…well, since September. For a look at how Oct. 2015 compared to Oct. 2014 take a look at the charts…"
Print Is Not Dead: Amazon Goes Brick-and-Mortar As E-Books Falter
The opening of Amazon.com’s first brick-and-mortar store on Tuesday proves that software is not really “eating the world,” as venture capitalist Marc Andreessen put it in 2011.
Lonely Planet’s New Travel Magazine Is Now on U.S. Newsstands
Lonely Planet’s CEO promised at last year’s Skift Global Forum that the travel brand would launch a magazine in the United States in 2015, and this week a Winter 2015/2016 issue appeared on newsstands and in subscribers’ mailboxes.
Russell Westbrook Covers Bloomberg Pursuits
Gaming's Classiest Magazine Wants to Put Real Money Behind Longform Journalism
CBS Outdoor Name Change Spells Trouble for Denver LGBT Publication
Fab.com Names Emily Holt Creative Director in Residence
More on Bloomberg Media Hires M. Scott Havens from Time Inc. As Digital Chief
Turkey Charges Magazine Journalists with "Coup Plot"
Why Content Marketing Is the Best Way to Build Trust Between Consumers and Brands
Vice and A&E Create Viceland Cable Channel
MPA’s sold out Mobile Matters conference, features an all-star speaker lineup that includes Vice President and General Manager Kimberly Lau of The Atlantic. Lau joined The Atlantic in 2012 to oversee digital strategy and operations. During her tenure, traffic on TheAtlantic.com has grown more than 108% and she’s overseen consolidation and strengthening of the brand’s technical platforms including embracing testing and optimization, mobile, video and a focus on ad viewability. Most recently, Lau lead the effort to test Facebook’s Instant Articles initiative and Apple’s News Application. Before joining The Atlantic, Lau was vice president of business development for Hearst Magazines Digital Media.
Join industry experts for a recap of the groundbreaking research presented at the Print and Digital Research Forum in London. Complimentary for MPA/ASME members. Hearst Tower Auditorium, NYC. Register today.
The Ellie Awards 2016 Call for Entries is now posted at ellieawards.org. Founded in 1966, the Ellies are one of the most sought-after awards in print and digital journalism—every year nearly 1,800 entries are submitted. More than 100 finalists and winners will be honored at the Annual Ellie Awards Dinner, hosted by ASME, at the Grand Hyatt New York on Monday, February 1, 2016.
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The law is changing as fast as your job description. Are you keeping up?
In New York magazine: Standing onstage at the Times Center, New York Times chairman and publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. surprised staffers by announcing that the controlling Ochs-Sulzberger clan has officially begun the selection process to choose his successor as publisher. According to an attendee, Sulzberger said the decision to name a deputy publisher — his heir apparent — will be made within the next two years.