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Friday, June 3, 2016

Selling Positivity: A Look Inside Condé Nast Aurora
Late last year, Condé Nast’s then-president Bob Sauerberg revealed a reorganization in which the sales and marketing teams of Glamour and Self were to be combined under Glamour publisher Connie Anne Phillips.
Real Simple’s New Video Director Puts Focus on UX, Optimizing Video for Social & Mobile
Video director Brian Madigan is eager to bring his experience at Buzzfeed to bear for Real Simple, creating new kinds of video that appeal to a wider audience and cater to the needs of specific platforms.
Snapchat Gains Daily Users, Valuation Upped To $17B
Snapchat now boasts 150 million daily active users, sources tell Bloomberg. If accurate, that means the 4-year-old startup has securely surpassed Twitter, which is reported to have about 140 million daily users.
Will the Johnny Depp Case Change How Tabloids Cover Powerful Celebrities?
People's call to put Heard's evidence on its cover signifies a small shift, it seems, toward giving women the benefit of the doubt — or at least not jumping directly to discrediting them.
Facebook kills off Notify news app
“Thanks for using Notify. We’re transitioning parts of Notify into other Facebook products, and the app will no longer be supported.”
'It's about raising the floor': Why NowThis doesn’t focus on viral hits
Despite the big numbers — its average video now gets 750,000 views — NowThis consciously doesn’t focus on viral hits. In fact, it tends to throw out the highest (and lowest) performing videos in its analysis in favor of focusing on the median.
Jessica Alba Had An ‘Awkward’ First Photo Shoot With Maxim
Jessica Alba may be one of the most sultry actresses in Hollywood, topping the Maxim Hot 100 list year after year. Still, the actress-turned-mogul hasn’t always been comfortable with her sex symbol status.
Out of Office: How Dana Points Spends Her Downtime
Even after 30 years in Manhattan, Dana Points (who has been with Meredith Corporation for eight of those years) still thinks of Lexington, Kentucky, as her hometown. But that doesn’t stop Points from making NYC her personal playground.
National Enquirer hires Clinton foe as chief correspondent
“I think I’m going to make the race livelier. If anyone knows where the bodies are buried, I do,” he said, adding, “I mean that figuratively, not literally.
Introducing Live-Plus … 35-Day Ratings(!) as TV's New Normal Struggles
Live-plus-7 numbers? So last year! This fall could bring live-plus-35 as networks need more time-shifting and multiplatform views to make up for more drops.
GQ Adds Three to Masthead
Traditional Ads Flat, Local Digital Forecast To Hit $71B In 5 Years
No condom, but the emoji overlords give us arm-taking selfie, avocado and pancakes emojis
Snapchat redesign will combine Live Stories and Discover
Is It Ever Okay to Wear Flip-Flops? 6 Fashion Experts Settle the Debate
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2016 Yale Publishing Course

A guest needs to be sharp to spot the brand fingerprints on the decor of the Fendi Private Suites hotel on the third floor of Palazzo Fendi, a recently restored 17th-century villa that bookends Rome’s Via Condotti fashion strip to the west. The eagle-eyed will recognize Fendi in the abstract artworks (Rothko-like arrangements of the fashion house’s fur samples) and in beds, side tables, and other Fendi Casa items discreetly scattered among contemporary and vintage design pieces by names such as the Campana brothers and Gio Ponti.