Pride Media, iHeartMedia to Co-Produce Slate of LGBTQ+ Podcasts
Hosted by Out Magazine deputy editor Fran Tirado, the weekly podcast will explore queer and queer-adjacent topics pertaining to politics, pop culture, fashion, relationships, money and more, with each episode taking a deep dive into one theme or story.
Architectural Digest's 'Clever' Partners With Urban Outfitters On Artist Series
“Editorially, Clever is all about accessible design with a bold point of view. Ecommerce content is an important part of that strategy. We want to help our audience find home decor that's fun and unique, but still attainable,” Keith Pollock, AD's executive director, digital, told Publishers Daily.
Money Launches Millennial-Focused 'Dollar Scholar' Newsletter
Dollar Scholar is written by Julia Glum, who will cover personal finance with the help of financial experts, discuss spending habits and answer financial questions. Some of the topics slated for coverage include choosing the best bank or credit card, saving for retirement on a budget and Venmo requesting.
Trusted Media Brands’ SVP of Marketing on ‘Nicest Places’ Program & Digital Revenue Strategy
When Trusted Media Brands launched Reader’s Digest's “Nicest Places in America” in 2017, the main goal was to engage fans and build the program’s brand equity. Now in year three, the publisher is monetizing the program through a custom content partnership with first-ever sponsor Life Extension, a wellness and supplement company.
Upcoming Movie "Hustlers" Based on a New York Magazine Article
The real-life revenge tale — it’s based on a New York magazine article by Jessica Pressler — co-stars Constance Wu (“Crazy Rich Asians”) as a single mom whom Jennifer Lopez’s character teaches how to dance.
'Time' Moon Landing Anniversary Issue Features Jimmy Dean Cover Ad, VR App
Jimmy Dean is also the sponsor of Time's new augmented reality and virtual reality app, which launched this week to coincide with the publisher’s efforts around the moon-landing anniversary.
Magazine Media Spotlight: Living Legend Missy Elliott Covers Marie Claire
The artist, who's ready to drop long-awaited new music, redefined hip-hop vocally and visually—and lifting up other artists only burnishes her superstar legacy.
The New York Times’ Commercial Plan for Live Events? Put Editorial in Charge
“I view [the festival] as an innovation for us, not because it's a new format, but because the way we're doing it is really deliberate. It's really about our journalism and [we're] not just trying to make some money on ticket sales.
Google Closes 'Incognito' Loophole, Leaving Publishers to Rethink Paywalls
The New York Times, The Washington Post and others will no longer be able to identify when a reader is in private-browsing mode.
Martin Sorrell on Challenging the Ad Industry Giants He Helped Create
S4 Capital executive chairman discusses in-housing, zero-based budgeting and reining in Big Tech.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings May Have Missed the Real Reason Why U.S. Subscriber Numbers Plunged
Consumers turn to a trusted source when they don’t know what to watch on their streaming service.
FIPP Announces Congress Travel Partnership with SkyTeam
Delegates attending the FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas in November will benefit from a new partnership between FIPP and SkyTeam Global Meetings. As a result of the partnership, travellers can take advantage of exclusive discounts of up to 15% in both business and economy class with no fee for online bookings.