The Media Chart for June 3: Singing, Dancing and Dribbling
Time Inc. titles Time and People had the biggest April audience numbers in their respective categories. Where did your brand place? Read more...
Time Inc. to Air Live Muhammad Ali Show
The show will be hosted by Maggie Gray and feature commentary from Neil Leifer (the legendary photographer who captured the iconic image of Ali standing over Sonny Liston), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Reverend Al Sharpton, Bernard Hopkins, Tim Layden and more.
Prevention Magazine Will Become Ad-Free
The move is part of a broader rethinking of the magazine, which first came out in 1950. It recently brought on a new editor in chief, Barbara O’Dair, and it plans to introduce a paywall section for its website in the fall.
Publishers Give Mixed Reviews So Far to Google AMP
Accelerated Mobile Pages is still in its infancy, and it’s hard for them to know what any new platform feature will do for them. But some publishers say that while AMP has delivered on its promise to speed up the web, it’s not driving much traffic.
Bloomberg Plea: Ad-Blockers Disrupt the Experience
On Tuesday, Bloomberg.com opted for the more passive, diplomatic approach, and began showing the following message to all ad blockers: "We noticed that you're using an ad blocker, which may adversely affect the performance and content on Bloomberg.com. For the best experience, please whitelist the site."
How Food & Wine's New Editor Is Bringing Her Own Flavor to the Brand
"Food is one of the hottest verticals, and when you look at any of the content that any of our sister publications curate, it eventually comes down to food. So we're happy to be the foodie family member."
One Month in: 10,000 People Signed Up to Quartz's Chart-building Tool
The Atlantic-owned publisher is well-known for its data-visualizations — half of the 60 daily articles published contain charts — and on May 10, it officially took the wrapper off Atlas, so anyone can sign up and create their own graphs.
Twitter Unveils Ad Carousel Featuring User Tweets
Twitter is testing out a new ad scheme that would allow brands to leverage both user tweets and their own through a carousel format.