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April 4, 2019

Condé Nast Selects a Deal-Making Tech Executive as Its New Chief ( Roger J. Lynch )

“After months of research and brainstorming, one in seven parents still think they’ve made a ‘terrible mistake’ with their baby’s name, a survey reveals.”

- Stephanie Grassullo in The Bump

When the ice closed in, the earliest Antarctic expeditions turned to penguins for discovery, meat, and camaraderie.

- The Atlantic

 

Lillian Yim Named Executive Director, ShopBazaar, Harper's Bazaar's Ecommerce Division

"Working closely with Jade Frampton, the site’s editorial director, Yim will manage content, sales and marketing and oversee all strategic decisions that correspond to revenue growth at the site." writes Melynda Fuller.

 

Folio:'s People on the Move Recap: New York Mag Elevates Noreen Malone and Genevieve Smith

Among the moves this week in magazine media—Newsweek taps its first editorial director, Politico's editor-in-chief steps down, Bonnier and The Atlantic name new hires and more.

 

Study: U.S. Consumers Are Limiting Digital Activities

Nearly half of U.S. consumers (45%) have taken steps in the past year to shrink their digital footprint. The major reason: A lack of trust that businesses holding their personal data will protect their privacy.

 

David Pilcher: The Looming Flatline of Online Consumption

“There’s a saturation point, definitely,” said WIRED’s former editor in chief Scott Dadich. “The personal outlook of how many phone minutes I spend per day has increased past the point of my liking, for sure. E-mail drives so much of that. I think there are practical limits to how much we can take on. That will take shape in discarding certain platforms or moving deeper behaviors to others...”

 

"Social Used to Be 30 Percent. Now It’s 10 Percent:" Candid Thoughts of Publishers

“Is anyone else seeing a soft [first quarter] in the programmatic marketplace? Last year, we had a strong Q1 and Q2, and then in Q3 and Q4 it just fell off a cliff — from a fill perspective. And I don’t want to pull prices down to chase fill. But it’s been a soft quarter”

 

Why eCommerce Remains Crucial in Driving Growth

Accenture's Angelo D’Imporzano writes "Just one in five of those surveyed said they have commercial models in place with digital retailers to manage pricing, promotions and distribution. Similarly, low numbers said they have the right culture to foster collaboration and the right processes to deliver digital ecommerce content at scale."

 

 

People’s April 15 Issue Exclusive: Angelina Jolie Is Not Ruling Out Running for Public Office

The 43-year-old actress and U.N. special envoy tells People magazine “never say never!” However, Jolie says she’s “looking to others for leadership.”

 

Twitter Cancels Source Magazine Over Its Clickbait Nipsey Hussle Murder Video

NewsOne Staff reports"Hussle was killed Sunday afternoon in the Crenshaw area of Los Angeles in front of a clothing store he owned called Marathon Clothing. Folks on Twitter said it was disrespectful to post a video of the 33-year-old rapper who was widely praised for his community activism."

 

High Times Owner Hopes Stoner Mag Will See Green with New CEO

Keith Kelly reports "High Times Holdings on Wednesday named Kraig Fox, a director of Dick Clark Productions, as its new CEO. Prior to working with Dick Clark Productions, which produces the Golden Globes and the American Music Awards, Fox was a founder and chief operating officer of Core Media, the company behind “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance.”"

 

Kristina Stewart Ward Named Editor in Chief of Avenue Magazine

"The veteran of Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Hamptons and Quest was picked to replace Michael Gross by the magazine’s new owner, real estate tycoon Charles S. Cohen." writes Richard Johnson.

 

The Opportunity Is Well Beyond 1 Million: The Financial Times CEO John Ridding on Growing Subscribers

“My mentor said to give a date or a target but never both, but we did,” said the FT’s CEO, John Ridding. “Still, reaching 1 million hasn’t been easy; it’s really hard. But we have 10-plus years on how to target readers, how to reach new audiences and understanding from reader behavior what stories engage them.”

 

 

Woolsey (California) Fire Memories Are Subject of New Magazine, Fundraiser

A one-time magazine about the community’s experience during the Woolsey fire is being paired with a gathering Thursday night to share stories, music and art while raising money for education, emergency preparedness and habitat restoration.

 

(UK) Dennis Bolsters Cycling Portfolio with Launch of Print Magazine Cyclist Off-Road

Dennis, the leading international media group and publisher of Cyclist and Bikes Etc, has launched a third print title into its cycling portfolio, Cyclist Off-Road.

 

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.

 

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CONDÉ NAST APPOINTS ROGER LYNCH CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

NEW HIRE ANNOUNCEMENT FROM HARPER'S BAZAAR

 

JONATHAN NEWHOUSE APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF CONDÉ NAST

 

TRUSTED MEDIA BRANDS LAUNCHES “FAMILY HANDYMAN INSIDER” MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

 

POPULAR SCIENCE HIRES ART DIRECTOR, SENIOR EDITOR, AND DIY EDITOR

 

NOREEN MALONE AND GENEVIEVE SMITH PROMOTED AT NEW YORK MAGAZINE

 

ZINIO ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF ZINIO TV, THE STREAMING SERVICE FOR VIDEO CONTENT FROM THE WORLD’S TOP MAGAZINES

 

 

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