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Linda Thomas Brooks, president, CEO of MPA, called Gwyn’s background “impressive” and noted that her “broad strategic experience” would help drive effective advocacy.
Q&A with Hearst's Michael Clinton: "2019 Will Be the Flight Back Year to Quality, Quality Brands, Quality Environment, Safe Environments, and Obviously, Our Magazine Brands Represent That."
“I think credibility is a real issue right now because there was that moment in time where influencers were viewed as an important platform. Well, I think the market has learned that many people who set themselves up as influencers really are not influencers. They’re just people trying to set up a business and when you’re coming through the Cosmo lens or the Elle lens or the Good Housekeeping lens, that’s influence.” -Michael Clinton, president, marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines.
Tim Walker's Latest Shoot for W Magazine Features Fantastic Fashion and "Egg People"
Not to mention a cast that includes Timothée Chalamet, Michael B. Jordan, Saoirse Ronan, Yalitza Aparicio, Kiki Layne, Nicole Kidman, Troye Sivan and more.
Fortune’s New Owner Wants to Make It a Pre-Eminent Biz Media Brand
“We also will reaffirm our commitment to making business better, in every sense of that word. We will continue to encourage diversity in the workplace, in order to ensure society makes the best use of its most precious resource – people."
GNI YouTube Innovation Fund Boosts Video Capabilities for 87 News Organizations
The GNI YouTube innovation funding is supporting 87 projects across 23 countries, including Brazil, Australia, India, Indonesia, France and the U.S.
Apple's Rare Sales Warning Sparks iPhone Fatigue Fears
Apple's new lineup of iPhones didn't have a happy holiday. And a rare sales forecast slash may bode poorly for the rest of the year.
CBS’ Ratings Deal With Nielsen Expires, Complicating Network’s Advertising Buys
Measurement company estimates the move could impact $500 million in ad revenue: CBS, however, disputes that estimate and counters that the move could save the network $120 million.