ANA Slams Facebook For Lack Of 'Transparency,' Calls For Audit
“While ANA recognizes that “mistakes do happen,” we also recognize that Facebook has not yet achieved the level of measurement transparency that marketers need and require.”
Some publishers appear to be cooling on Facebook Instant Articles
Several media outlets, some of them early adopters to Facebook’s fast-loading Instant Article format, are posting less and less there, according to a new analysis by analysis by Newswhip and confirmed in independent reporting by Digiday.
Sandra Lee debuts food column for TV Guide
This week, she debuts a food column for TV Guide called Sandra Lee Favorites. The 50-year-old TV chef and author is also putting together a proposal for a new business book and confided that Sony has optioned her memoir, “Made from Scratch,” for a movie.
Associate Member Spotlight: License League, Inc.
Five questions with Daniel J. Schaible, COO/Founder, License League, Inc.: License League is about creating a delivery channel to be able to monetize content at the article level in an aggregated format.
Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter Presents Mario Testino with Clio Award, Talks Trump, New Projects
“I’ve had the great pleasure of working with Mario for almost two decades, and I will tell you that he’s as fresh, as unafraid and as talented as he was when he got into the business 40 years ago,” Carter said.
Modern Luxury names new editor-in-chief
Modern Luxury’s editorial director, Elizabeth Weitzman, who was also serving as the interim editor-in-chief of the company’s Angeleno magazine in Los Angeles, is leaving on Oct. 1 and is being replaced by a returning alum, Stephanie Davis Smith.
Instagram Remains a Major Opportunity for Magazine Media
History has shown that Instagram was tailor-made for the text+image aesthetic of magazines, with many major brands like National Geographic, Vogue, Playboy and People counting followers in the millions.
Los Angeles magazine dedicates entire October issue to one topic: Immigration
The big story here is that the magazine’s editors reworked the entire 170-page issue to see every section anew through the lens of immigration. Where to eat and shop, what to do this month, and how to master one of the most complex and divisive topics of our time – all that can be found in Los Angeles magazine’s October issue.
National Geographic Magazine Is 128 Years Old
It took several decades for photos to appear alongside articles in National Geographic magazine. And the publication’s trademark yellow border framing the cover wouldn’t be displayed until even later, 1910.
What, Exactly, Will People Use Snapchat's New Spectacles For?
Dubbed Spectacles, the new hardware-slash-accessory are a pair of rounded shades that have a camera installed above the eye. With a tap near the temple, users will be able to record 10-second videos, which will be automatically and wirelessly updated into your Snapchat memories folder.
More and more people get their news via social media. Is that good or bad?
But because social media is so young, political science hasn’t fully explored the political implications of how citizens use it to get news. Research has found that consuming news makes people more likely to vote.