Thursday, December 17, 2015
Editors Pick the Top Editorial of 2015
The past year has been a high point as far as editorial being published and we wanted to know what were some of the top editors' favorites. With one hitch; the editors couldn't choose an article published by one of their brands...
With The Snug, Time Inc. Explores Lean Viral Publishing
The millennial DIY and home decoration site, launched in January, is a lynchpin of Time Inc’s efforts to experiment with new story forms and digital distribution.
Vice Magazine, "The Heart of Vice," Will Relaunch in March: Will Not Publish in January and February
Vice Media, the sprawling, global media behemoth that was most recently valued at over $4 billion, began in 1994 as the punk magazine Voice of Montreal.
Hebbard: "2015 Year in Review - The End of the (Apple) Newsstand, Not the End of Digital Magazines"
Part One: Despite the demise of the Apple Newsstand, a number of excellent new digital magazine apps were released in 2015, here is a rundown.
Publishers Embrace VR While Questioning Its Advertising Potential and Investing Resources with Caution
The Economist created a six-minute VR film last summer to document the cultural artifacts lost in Mosul to ISIS attacks by mobilizing preexisting staff.
The Economist and Others Explore Alternative Ways to Sell Media Beyond Impression-Based Trading
Advertisers want proof their money is going on ads that are seen, by humans, and publishers are beginning to get creative about how they address that.
Emma Roberts Stuns on Allure Magazine Cover, Talks Fashion Fails
The 24-year-old actress graces the cover of the beauty mag's January 2016 issue, and in her interview, she couldn't help but express her excitement over the photo shoot with famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier.
Miley Cyrus’ Latest Magazine Covers Might Be Her Raciest Yet
Miley is featured on four separate covers for Plastik Magazine — two of which have been released — and, yep, she’s featured in nothing but plastic wrap in the first.
SGL Mediacast Debuts "Telescope" Magazine for Tablets
Santa Monica-based communications agency SGL Mediacast launched the first issue of its new digital magazine Tuesday. Telescope is designed for tablets and to be read in portrait-mode, keeping a print magazine feel.
Rita Ora Looks Smokin' Hot for Her Latest Elle Canada Magazine Spread
CNBC Personal Finance Editor to Start Online Magazine
The Nation Signs 6-Year Deal with NewsGuild
New York’s The Cut Names Style Director
National Journal Adds 3
Atavist Cuts Half Its Staff and Searches for a Sustainable Path As Funding Dries Up
The Top Ten Emoji Campaigns of 2015: Domino's, Coca-Cola, Bud Light and More Make the List
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