Google Considering Pulling News Service from Europe
Google is considering pulling its Google News service from Europe as regulators work toward a controversial copyright law: The European Union’s Copyright Directive will give publishers the right to demand money from the Alphabet Inc. unit, Facebook Inc. and other web platforms when fragments of their articles show up in news search results, or are shared by users.
"Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Business From It."
Ads sold by Amazon, once a limited offering at the company, can now be considered a third major pillar of its business, along with e-commerce and cloud computing. Amazon’s advertising business is worth about $125 billion, more than Nike or IBM, Morgan Stanley estimates.
Hearst President & CEO Reflects on the Record Year
Steven R. Swartz President & Chief Executive Officer, Hearst: "Our strong financial results combined with a rock-solid balance sheet allowed us to make more than $3 billion in acquisitions and investments last year and to grow our workforce by 3 percent, adding more than 600 new colleagues, driving our total full-time employee base to more than 20,000 worldwide."
Kalmbach Media Celebrates 85 Years with Special Edition Model Railroader, Expands Platform
Model Railroader, launched in 1934 as a side business by Milwaukee commercial printer Al Kalmbach, reaches more than 200,000 consumers each month across print and digital content, video, books and special issues.
Cosmo’s Editor in Chief on Why Failing Every Day is a Good Thing
In her Thrive Questionnaire, Jessica Pels shares the lessons she’s learned about failure, burnout and pushing her boundaries.
Editorial Staff of Magazine Quit over Sacking of Colleagues
Drugstore Culture editor says dismissals part of plan to "gut" publication of its spirit.
BuzzFeed Journalist: "Our Reporting Is Going to Be Borne Out"
BuzzFeed says its sources are "standing behind" the bombshell report about the special counsel investigation. "We're being told to stand our ground. Our reporting is going to be borne out to be accurate, and we're 100% behind it," investigative reporter Anthony Cormier told CNN's Brian Stelter on "Reliable Sources" Sunday.
High Times Magazine Acquires Spannabis Event to Enhance Global Exposure
Parent company of cannabis-focused publisher High Times announced its intentions to acquire Feria Del Cáñamo S.L., which produces Spannabis, a cannabis trade and consumer event.
Veteran Editor Maer Roshan Is the New Editor in Chief of Los Angeles Magazine
An award-winning editor, writer, and media entrepreneur, Roshan has served as a top editor at several of the industry’s premiere titles and launched and edited a succession of trailblazing print and online publications.
Pop-Up Magazine’s Winter Issue Plays Oakland Next Week
Ashley Bulayo writes "This one-of-a-kind experience is hitting the road with stops in Los Angeles, New York City, DC, Atlanta, Austin, and, of course, Oakland. Never heard of Pop-Up Magazine or wondering what to expect? Imagine this: A live podcast, a comedy show, a concert, a play, and a film, all in one. It's a literal live magazine where nothing will be published online nor will there be physical copies of anything. It's an in-person experience."
See the November 2018 Magazine Media 360º Data and Reports
The MPA – The Association of Magazine Media released the November 2018 Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report showing a Total Audience of 1.65 billion for the 110 magazine brands in the analysis. Access the latest Brand Audience Report, Brand Rankings, Top Ten Lists, and Audience Mix Infographics today.