Friday, January 8, 2016
Condé Nast’s Brides Offers "Private Access" to Clients
Called “The Bridal Style Package,” brides-to-be will be able to meet one of the magazine’s editors for up to $12,500. The package includes a one-hour pre-consultation via Skype, followed by half a day at the Brides’ offices at Condé Nast headquarters at One World Trade Center.
Condé Nast Is Expanding and Hiring
Late on Wednesday, Condé tweeted that it would be revealing a new job posting on Twitter each hour on Thursday under its Condé Nast Career handle: @CondeNastCareer.
The Atlantic to Launch New Politics Section, Election Hub
The Atlantic is launching a new politics section and election hub, and will triple its reporting, events and business staffs as it absorbs some National Journal staff, the organization has announced.
More About InStyle’s Web Series on Fashionable Films Debut
In choosing their favorite films, the InStyle-approved fashion industry professionals tended to focus on specific decades that resonate with them.
In the U.K. FHM Unveils Last-Ever Cover Featuring Holly Willoughby
Following last year’s announcement that monthly men’s magazine FHM will be closing down operations across both its print and digital platforms, the magazine has unveiled its last cover, ending its 31-year-old history with its February 2016 issue.
Chaos Continues at Maxim
Maxim publisher Sardar Biglari will be officially named editor in chief of the men's magazine, Politico Media reported. In addition, fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon will be named to a senior creative position.
People on the Move in Magazine Media This Week
Time Inc. welcomes a new SVP, a new editor-in-chief for Meredith's bimonthly Spanish-language lifestyle magazine Siempre Mujer, The Daily Dot hires a teenager, IBT Media hires a VP, director of marketing operations, HarpersBazaar.com named a new travel and weddings editor, and much more...
The American Society of Magazine Editors Reveal Best Covers Finalists
The best 50 covers were selected by a jury of top editors, art directors and photo editors. Media junkies can vote for their favorite covers at texture.com/vote. The winners of the ASME best cover contest will be revealed at the American Magazine Media Conference on Feb. 2, which will take place the night before the Ellie Awards Annual Dinner.
There’s Been a Mindset Change: Legacy Publishers Are Catching Up
Viewability Complexity Stalls vCPM Model
Millennials Continue to Challenge Marketers
Publishers Are About to Hit a Wall with Native Ads
Baseball Writers Face Moral Dilemma in Hall of Fame Vote