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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Meredith’s Purchase of Time Inc. "a Truly Transformative Moment" Says Steve Lacy
The Wall Street Journal called it “a significant bet on the magazine industry”, while media commentator Colin Morrison said the deal shows that “much of the future promise of legendary brands will come from the ability to exploit them in other channels, whether digital, broadcast, events or product merchandising...”
Teen Vogue Launches Summit, Extends Brand to Live Audience
Hosted by Teen Vogue editor in chief Elaine Welteroth, credited with the publication’s prominent and celebrated political and activist-centric voice, the summit speakers include actress Rowan Blanchard, actress, scholar and activist Yara Shahidi, founder and CEO of Girlboss media Sophia Amoruso, and former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who will give the keynote address and be interviewed by Shahidi.
Bustle Eyes More Deals with Revenue on Pace to Rise 50%
Female-focused site is on track to hit its target of $45 million in revenue this year, says founder Bryan Goldberg.
Penske Media Acquires FashInvest, Expands Its Fashion Reach
Penske Media Corporation (PMC), which publishes Variety and Hollywood Life, announced the acquisition of fashion and tech entity FashInvest.
Bullett Media Is Shutting Down
The publication and media company bid the world adieu with a salty farewell letter that dragged Trump, Refinery29 and "Tumblr-girls-turned-Instagram-girls."
Marketers Fear the FCC’s Plan to Kill Net Neutrality Could Increase Advertising Prices
Costs could also go up and competition decrease: While many platforms and internet rights advocates agree that ending net neutrality could hurt consumers, marketers say brands have a lot to worry about as well.
In the UK These Women Created a Beautiful Kinfolk-Style Magazine All About Weed
"In 2015, Newsweek magazine suggested that legal marijuana could be the first billion-dollar industry not entirely dominated by men. This is largely why Anja Charbonneau decided to launch Broccoli, a new print magazine launching in January 2018 that will, according to Charbonneau, “look at cannabis from an art and culture and fashion perspective,” while also being completely owned, run, and created by women. " Reports Amanda Scriver.
Why Lena Dunham’s Concept for Gigi Hadid’s “Love” Magazine Advent Video Didn’t Happen
The idea came from Lena Dunham, who was initially brought on as creative consultant for the calendar by Katie Grand, Love’s founder and editor in chief.
Meredith’s Purchase of Time Inc. "a Truly Transformative Moment" Says Steve Lacy
Teen Vogue Launches Summit, Extends Brand to Live Audience
Bustle Eyes More Deals with Revenue on Pace to Rise 50%
Penske Media Acquires FashInvest, Expands Its Fashion Reach
Bullett Media Is Shutting Down
Marketers Fear the FCC’s Plan to Kill Net Neutrality Could Increase Advertising Prices
In the UK These Women Created a Beautiful Kinfolk-Style Magazine All About Weed
Why Lena Dunham’s Concept for Gigi Hadid’s “Love” Magazine Advent Video Didn’t Happen
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