Distinguished Kansan Stephen Lacy: K-State Alumnus Leads Meredith Corp. to Success
Under Lacy’s leadership, Meredith acquired Time Inc., doubling in size, before selling Time magazine. The company publishes about 40 magazines, including People, Better Homes & Gardens and Sports Illustrated.
Ad Age Publishes A-List 2019: Presenting the Magazine A-List Honorees
For 2019, (they've) expanded our annual publishing-industry honors program. It's now known as the Ad Age Publishers A-List and it includes the Magazine A-List, below, plus a new set of Digital Publishers A-List honorees.
Internal Hearst Podcast Brings the Inside Dish
Employees can now listen to Troy Young, Kate Lewis and Gayle King chat about mishaps in marriage counseling and a cauliflower wrap.
More on the Economist's Return to TV Ads
The Economist is running its first TV ad campaign in 10 years, seeking new subscribers with the theme “Never stop questioning.”
Glenda Bailey Is Named a Dame in the 2019 New Year's Honors List
Harper's BAZAAR's editor-in-chief earns a grand award.
Three Quarters of The Spectator’s 2018 Revenue Growth Came from Subscriptions
When No. 10 Downing Street got in touch with The Spectator last November and requested to write a rebuttal to an article published the previous week, the publisher knew it was on to something.
FestWorld Magazine Tunes Up to Cover Music Festivals
The quarterly FestWorld debuts March 9. It doubles as a lifestyle publication for the niche, covering all aspects of the festivals: travel, fashion, art, food, reviews and gear.
Quartz Shrinks UK Commercial Team, Citing Revenue "Slow-Down" Due to Brexit
In the past year, Brexit and GDPR have stirred up unusually choppy water for publishers in the U.K. Now, their currents are claiming some casualties.
Bob Garfield on the Merchants of Alarming Truth and the Reality of Media Bias
"In the Venn diagram of values, journalism and liberalism do have a huge overlap. Questioning authority, suspicion of big money, “reform” in general, afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted—which is really another way of saying “social justice.” Journalism isn’t a political party, much less an “opposition party,” but it is inherently progressive and inherently adversarial to the sitting government."