MPA Daily News Roundup

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October 15, 2019

Meredith Adds Another Home-Renovation TV Duo to Its New Magazine Lineup

"I do wonder about the success I’ve had and whether I deserve it.”

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Meredith Adds Another Home-Renovation TV Duo to Its New Magazine Lineup

Publisher to launch quarterly publication featuring HGTV’s ‘Property Brothers,’ years after creating Magnolia Journal with Chip and Joanna Gaines. Read more in Publishing Insider...

 

Save $645+ If You Attend the FIPP World Magazine Media Congress with MPA

The 42nd FIPP World Media Congress is now a little over one month away, taking place from 1pm on 12 November to 1pm on 14 November at the newly refurbished Planet Hollywood resort in Las Vegas, the USA. There are many reasons to attend.

MPA has negotiated a special offer for MPA members, discounting tickets to $1,750 – as saving of at least $645 on the standard rate! When you sign up, simply enter in the promo code “MPA2019” and your ticket will be discounted.

 

More on La Cucina Italiana: Let’s Do Lunch and Let’s Do Launch... Condé Nast Brings A Nearly Century-Old Brand to American Shores

Mr. Magazine™ interviews Maddalena Fossati, editor in chief and Alessandro Belloni, business director, Condé Nast Italia: “The real reason is that we still believe in print. Of course, not just print because the brand in Italy is a strong magazine because it has existed for 90 years. But we are also very strong Internet-wise because our website has five million unique users. And that five million in Italy is a huge number compared to the population. We think that print is still something that readers need. Of course, we tried to do more of a coffee table type magazine, it’s quarterly and this is because just the website is not assertive enough, I don’t think.” - Maddalena Fossati.

 

How GQ Has Redefined Itself in an Era of a New Masculinity

"Instead of being like in order to be cool or fashionable or stylish or successful in the office, you need to look this way, it's how can we help you become your best self, essentially," Will Welch.

 

Hearst to Operate Autoweek Digital Businesses, Crain Communications Ends Print Magazine

Hearst Magazines has entered a multi-year licensing deal with Crain Communications to operate the digital and experiential businesses of Autoweek. Crain will cease publishing the print product, which was produced twice a month. “As Crain continues to grow its B2B footprint, we felt Hearst was a perfect fit for our only consumer brand,” stated Crain Communications president-COO KC Crain.

 

Anthony Bourdain Helped Get Ronan Farrow’s Harvey Weinstein Exposé to the Public

Farrow was initially reporting the story for NBC, but the network derailed its publication — so Bourdain urged The New Yorker to run the story, Farrow writes in his new tome “Catch and Kill.”

 

Elle Magazine's 26th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration: Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling was among the honorees Monday night at Elle magazine's 26th annual Women in Hollywood celebration in Beverly Hills. The 40–year–old actress and writer showed her solidarity with the Time's Up movement by wearing an elegant all-black outfit to the ceremony.

 

MPA CEO Linda Thomas Brooks: A View from the Chair: "Much More than a Conference" — FIPP World Media Congress 2019

The FIPP World Media Congress 2019 will bring a host of high-profile speakers together in Las Vegas later this year to discuss the issues facing magazine media. But, as FIPP CEO James Hewes and event chair Linda Thomas Brooks explain, it aims to offer a whole lot more too…

 

 

BrandPower

 

ESPN's New "Cover Story"

The new franchise will be the focal point of ESPN's editorial ambitions moving forward. It will be managed by leaders across the entire ESPN newsroom, from TV to digital, photography and podcasts.

 

WWD Launching Korea Edition

WWD Korea marks WWD’s third international edition.

 

 

Safari’s New Private Browsing Mode Provides a New Path Around Publisher Paywalls

The latest version of Apple’s native web browser makes it harder for any publisher with a metered paywall to drive subscriptions.

 

The Purple Project for Democracy Launches in November

The Purple Project for Democracy will launch on November 1: Democracy-themed editorial content will run nationwide in broadcast, podcast, newspapers, magazines and so on -- border to border, coast to coast. Plus live events. Plus libraries. Plus schools. Plus a broad advertising/pr/social media campaign to raise awareness for democracy themes and Purple itself.

 

Microsoft Brought Book Burning into the Digital Age - and You Should Be Worried

Microsoft shutting down its ebooks and Apple retiring iTunes is stark reminder of digital ownership.

 

 

 

Brand Power | November 5

 

 

 

GLAMOUR’S WOMEN TO WATCH: FOOD

 

GQ INTRODUCES THE NEW MASCULINITY ISSUE: AN EXPLORATION OF IDENTITY, CULTURE, AND STYLE IN 2019

 

MEREDITH TO PARTNER WITH PROPERTY BROTHERS DREW AND JONATHAN SCOTT TO LAUNCH NEW QUARTERLY BRAND

 

HEARST MAGAZINES ANNOUNCES LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH CRAIN COMMUNICATIONS

 

RUNNER’S WORLD AND WOMEN’S HEALTH LAUNCH NATIONAL RUNNERS ALLIANCE

 

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