Friday, November 18, 2016
The Associate Member Spotlight: 4 Questions with Todd Krizelman, Chief Executive Officer, MediaRadar
Todd Krizelman was born and raised near the epicenter of technology innovation. Mr. Krizelman joined veteran web architect Jesse Keller to found MediaRadar in 2007. He previously co-founded one of the world’s first social media sites, theGlobe.com and led the site from inception to taking it public on NASDAQ.
Hearst Magazines U.K. Opens "World’s First Augmented Reality Retail District"
Hearst Magazines UK and Blippar have joined forces to create the "world’s first augmented reality retail district" in London.
Women’s Health Magazine’s December Cover Girl, Is Kaley Cuoco!
Entertainment Tonight! revealed Women’s Health magazine’s December cover girl, Kaley Cuoco, with an exclusive behind-the-scenes video last night where she gets real about her divorce, her plastic surgery, and how she stays in shape.
Elle Honors Artists at Dinner Celebrating December Issue
Elle celebrated its annual Women in Art issue earlier this week with a dinner at Le CouCou in New York City. The event, produced in partnership with Kering, was hosted by Kering America president Laurent Claquin, as well as Elle editor in chief Robbie Myers.
Q&A with Runner's World Magazine's David Willey, and Jessica Murphy
"2017 is going to be just as disruptive as the past two years have been, especially for television, in particular. I don’t think the disruption will ever stop, but once things start to normalize, quality journalism is going to be a key differentiator. We’ve seen that in the election, with all of the fake news and some of the other controversies around how news stories are elevated on social media, like Facebook. And maybe I’m idealistic, but I really do think that people will demand and choose high quality information, entertainment, storytelling and journalism. And that’s going to be the key to our success going forward.” David Willey, editor in chief, Runner's World.
How Nilou Motamed, Editor of Food & Wine Magazine, Spends Her Sundays
"For Nilou Motamed, the editor in chief of Food & Wine magazine, Sundays are for exploring markets and restaurants near her home in Carroll Gardens — as well as several other neighborhoods. Ms. Motamed, 45, lives with her husband, Peter Jon Lindberg, 46, a contributing editor at Condé Nast Traveler, who also recently became director of inspiration for Conrad Hotels & Resorts." Sivani Vora, writing for The New York Times.
Facetime: Magazine Parties, Television Premieres and More
Anthony Bourdain, Jack Ma, Anna Wintour, and Jess Cagle: The media world kicks off annual parties like the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards and the Alibaba Global Shopping Event. Runner’s World celebrated its 50th anniversary while People magazine partnered with Discovery Communications on a new TV series.
Bloomberg Businessweek Undertakes "Deep Change," New Leadership
Ellen Pollock is replaced by Megan Murphy, as the magazine moves toward relaunch and internal restructuring.
"A Petri Dish of Bullsh!t" - Confessions of Ex-Facebook News Curators
Tanya Dua writes: "a funny thing happened in August: Facebook fired its human trending-news curators and replaced them with an algorithm. Almost instantly, the social network was awash in false news stories that many users were treating as credible and sharing on their timelines."
This Analysis Shows How Fake Election News Stories Outperformed Real News on Facebook
A BuzzFeed News analysis found that top fake election news stories generated more total engagement on Facebook than top election stories from 19 major news outlets combined.
Refinery29 Is Combining Newsletters and Podcasts with Unstyled
“Both the podcast and newsletter focus on the fuller way a woman’s interests and passions inform each other,” said Christine Barberich, Refinery29’s global editor in chief.
How SpinMedia’s CEO Stephen Blackwell Spends His Downtime
U.K.'s Glamour Magazine Scraps "Handbag" Size After 15 Years
Print Newspapers See Subscriptions Surge Following Election: New York Times Reports 41,000 New Subscribers Since the Election
T: The New York Times Style Mag Expands to Spain and Singapore
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