MPA Daily News Roundup

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September 13, 2019

(Beverage Maker) AriZona's New Print Magazine Celebrates Brooklyn, Bodegas And Fashion

“She sees death everywhere she looks, from a flattened pigeon on the street to an alarming number of dead blackbirds in the park.”

- Katie Haegele in Utne Reader

'RuPaul's Drag Race' stylist Art Conn talks drag's "huge impact on fashion"

- The Hollywood Reporter Style

 

(Beverage Maker) AriZona's New Print Magazine Celebrates Brooklyn, Bodegas And Fashion

Designed to resemble an iconic fashion publication, the magazine depicts New York City through the lens of contemporary fashion, street culture and the bodega scene. Among its six feature stories is a tableau of AriZona’s iconic colors through makeup, hair and nail design by Britney Tokyo; images of AriZona’s skateboard team; an oral history of the New York bodega as told by three owners; and a preview of fall fashion on the streets of Brooklyn.

 

Pew: Print Readers Are Most Likely to Pay for Local News

"Print media has the highest portion of paying audiences, with 39% of U.S. adults who prefer to get their news from a local newspaper saying they paid for it. That’s ahead of 16% for radio, 12% for a news website or app, 10% for TV and 8% for social media." reports Rob Williams for

 

Study: Local Newspapers Produce More Original Stories Than TV, Radio, Digital Combined

Local newspapers accounted for about 25% of the local-media outlets sampled, while newspapers accounted for nearly 50% of the original news stories.

 

TIME Publishes Special Climate Issue, Launches Biweekly Newsletter

The issue features an essay by author Bill McKibben that flashes forward to the year 2050, looking back on the steps society took to adjust to or stop climate change. It also features reporting from every continent with Time contributing editor Angelina Jolie writing about why the world needs to help Pacific Islanders as climate change progresses.

 

Demi Moore, 56, Poses Nude for Harper's Bazaar Cover

“Baring all for the October issue of @harpersbazaarus,” Moore, 56, captioned the cover photo, which features the headlines “Be Your Best at Every Age” and “Look Better Naked,” on Instagram.

 

MPA Members: Act Now to Save $500+ on FIPP World Congress Tickets

MPA has agreed on a special discounted rate for members to attend the FIPP World Congress in Las Vegas from 12 to 14 November. Simply use the promotional code “MPA2019” when signing up to get the fixed MPA rate of $1,750.

 

MPA Members: Act Now to Save $500+ on FIPP World Congress Tickets

 

Folio: Recaps People on the Move: The Atlantic Taps Creative Leadership and More

Texas Monthly names its first-ever taco editor, Condé Nast Traveler appoints new U.S. editor, Vulture taps two film critics and more.

 

Bloomberg Media to Double Subscriptions this Year

Bloomberg Media is on track to double its digital subscribers by the end of the year, with revenue from subscribers reaching double-digit percentage of total digital revenue in 2020, according to the publisher.

 

"I Think You Need to Rewrite It:" Ruth Reichl on What Makes an Editor Great

The Gourmet editor remembers Susan Kamil, who died this week.

 

 

The 1975’S Matt Healy and Young Thug Front the Fader’s 20th-Anniversary Issue

Plus, the indie music title collaborates on a special vinyl release: "...two artists, Young Thug and The 1975’s Matt Healy, are fronting The Fader’s 20th anniversary issue. Young Thug’s cover was released online a couple of weeks back, while Healy’s cover drops today—both issues (in a split print run) hit newsstands Sept. 24." reports Simon Dumenco at Ad Age.

 

Q2 2019 Online Engagement Report Is Here!

MPA – The Association of Magazine Media has released the Q2 2019 Online Engagement Report. The Online Engagement Report (OER) measures various attributes of engagement in consumer media: Loyalty, Immersion, Intensity and Connection. Using third-party metrics sourced from comScore combined with statistics from MPA’s Social Media Engagement Report, these attributes have been quantitatively analyzed and combined by online platform. To review the Q2 2019 Online Engagement Report, please click here.

 

 

 

Save the Date!

Brand Power | November 5

 

 

 

WIRED25 RETURNS TO SAN FRANCISCO

 

ACTIVE INTEREST MEDIA LAUNCHES NATURX CANNABIS MEDIA PLATFORM

 

EATINGWELL DEBUTS FIRST THEMED ISSUE ON THE FUTURE OF FOOD

 

JESSE ASHLOCK JOINS CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER AS EDITOR, U.S. FROM TRAVEL + LEISURE

 

THE ATLANTIC ACQUIRES FAIRE DESIGN, INTEGRATING INTO CREATIVE AND CONSULTING DIVISION ATLANTIC 57

 

BONNIER CORP. NAMES ANDREW MCKEAN HUNTING EDITOR OF OUTDOOR LIFE

 

 

VIEW ALL MEMBER PRESS RELEASES

 

Editorial Assistant | Wine Spectator | New York City

 

eCommerce Editorial Intern | Meredith | New York City

 

Real Weddings Editorial Intern | The Knot Worldwide | New York City