YouTube CEO Defends Its Efforts to Reduce Violent Content
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki defended her company’s efforts to keep violent content off the video platform at the sixth annual Lesbians Who Tech Summit Friday in San Francisco.
More on TheSkimm Launches Daily News Podcast, Health.com Unveils Video Series "Misdiagnosed"
Meredith Corp’s Health.com launched a video series called “Misdiagnosed,” dedicated to stories about women whose medical symptoms were ignored, dismissed or misdiagnosed by the medical community.
Refinery29 Growing Events Business with New Executive
The women-focused digital media company has some ambitious plans for its live experiences and events.
Announcing the 2019 ASME–Yale Publishing Course Scholarship
The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) is pleased to announce the sponsorship of a full-tuition scholarship for the 2019 Yale Publishing Course: Leadership Strategies in Print and Digital Media. The course will be held July 21-26, 2019, at the Yale School of Management (SOM) in New Haven, Connecticut. The deadline to apply for the ASME scholarship is April 7, 2019. Only ASME members or editors working for them are eligible to receive this full-tuition scholarship. Complete the online application here.
Laurene Powell Jobs Invests in News Because She Worries about Democracy
Powell Jobs, who runs the influential Emerson Collective and is the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, sees journalism as a civic good.
Wallet Magazine's "Shamans of Space" Issue Discusses Fashion, Industries and Creative Spaces
Created by Elise By Olsen, “Shamans of Space” includes talks with Grace Wales Bonner, curator Matthew Linde and architect Ippolito Laparellito, exploring the spaces they work within. Wallet’s interviews cover the ins-and-outs of studios and runways, covering everything from installations to the advancements in traditional fashion show presentations.
LIFE Magazine Issue with Beatles on Cover Returned to Library — 50 Years Overdue
An Ohio library says a 1968 copy of Life magazine with the Beatles on the cover has been returned by a borrower who apologized for stealing it as a “kid” and sent $100 to cover late fees.
AMMC 2019 RECAP
See and read about the panels, perspectives and personalities from this year's special centennial conference—featuring cultural icons, business leaders and thought-provoking discussion about the challenges and opportunities ahead for magazine media.