Friday, June 10, 2016
This week Leslie Dukker Doty Joined Time Inc. and Many More People Moves Were Reported in Magazine Media
Time Inc. also announced a series of promotions, Condé Nast Entertainment made an appointed to the newly created role of digital director for The Scene, and much more.
Chris Stone Tapped As Sports Illustrated’s Next Editorial Director
“It is exciting to have Chris take the reins of Time Inc.’s sports brands at this time,” said Rich Battista, president, Time Inc. Entertainment and Sports Group and Video. “He brings great vision to the nexus of content and the digital, social, video and experiential ecosystem. He offers a fresh perspective, and the ambition to experiment and innovate at a time when we are transforming these iconic brands into true multimedia, multi-platform businesses.”
Time Inc. and Video Platform Wochit Announce Partnership
Time Inc. looks to continue growing its online video presence: “Partnering with Wochit gives us a powerful tool to further accelerate the volume of our real-time video productions, which we can integrate at the deepest levels across our sites and social channels,” said Brandon Fong, Time Inc.’s vice president, business development.
Q&A with Marie Claire's Anne Fulenwider
Glossy caught up with editor in chief Anne Fulenwider to discuss her career, magazines in the digital era, and how it’s changed the role of publications. “As people’s lives are increasingly revolved around being online, the role of a magazine has become all the more luxurious,” Fulenwider said. “We reach our readers across all social media platforms, but we think of print as one way to reach her in the digital era, the most luxurious.”
Forbes CRO Mark Howard on Ad Blocking
For Forbes Media CRO Mark Howard, ad blocking isn’t just a nuisance confined to early adopter types. It’s an “industry-wide issue” that represents an “existential threat” to publishers — and calls for drastic action.
Q&A with Martha Stewart Living's Daren Mazzucca: Why Millennials Love Martha Stewart Living
Daren Mazzucca joined Martha Stewart Living as publisher in March 2015—around six months after the brand signed a 10-year licensing agreement with the Meredith Corporation. Since then, Martha Stewart Living has continued to transform itself to reach a younger, more digitally savvy audience.
How Martha Stewart Became the Undeniable Queen of Facebook Live
For years she's dazzled her fans with photos that offer behind the scenes glimpses of her life. There was that time she rode a hoverboard in Qatar and the day Snoop Dogg stopped by her office. Now, the 74-year-old homemaker extraordinaire is quietly taking over Facebook Live, the social network's recently launched tool that allows people to livestream just about anything to the online community.
The Atlantic, Allstate Team for Social Renewal Project
Atlantic Media Strategies and Allstate today announced the launch of a new social-first site and newsroom dedicated to civic innovation in America. Called The Renewal Project, the collaboration will spotlight individuals and organizations advancing social good across the nation.
Harper’s Boss Rick MacArthur on Blogging, Paywalls, His Editor Shakeup and the Future of Journalism
Harper's remains very much a print operation, now with a nonprofit corporate structure. It's now got a paid circulation of 70,000, charging $45.99 for an annual subscription. But even if you desire digital only, you've got to take the print version.
92nd Street Y: Women Who Rock with Ariel Foxman
Moderator Ariel Foxman, (editorial director, InStyle and StyleWatch) will oversee a panel with Judith Ripka, Monica Rich Kosann and Robin Renzi.
More on Prevention’s First Ad-Free Issue Arrives
Betting on editorial authenticity over ad dollars, Maria Rodale says the ad-free move will also cut costs in half.
Cosmopolitan Has Its Own Emojis!
The Cosmoji emojis include rosé, “Netflix and Chill” (kids these days!), a mermaid, iced coffee and more.
An 89-Year-Old Dynamo Covers Scientific American Mind
Photographer, actress and longtime aesthetic realist Barbara Singer.
Yes, There’s a Place for Trending Magazines at Checkout
John Morthanos writes "I advocate that in addition to the possibility of having independent titles buying a checkout pocket in a chain, there should be one rack dedicated to “alternative titles,” hot topics, and trends."
The App Boom Is Over
New York Times Editor Quits Twitter Over Anti-Semitic Tweets
Brexit Vote Gives Tabloids Chance to Unleash Anti-European Tendencies
Winner's Circle: Live Happy Grows with Digital Edition
CNET Magazine Highlights Golden State Warriors Gadget Guru
Acclaimed LIFE magazine photographer Gordon Parks photographed boxing great Muhammad Ali, who died June 3, 2016, at a pivotal time in Ali's life in 1966 ...