December 19, 2018

“…when you dress up, you wear makeup, you’re flamboyant, and you attract more attention, but you’re also kind of hiding.”

- Boy George in OUT

 

The stress of holidays can make teams less productive. Here’s how to keep everyone motivated.

- Harvard Business Review

Condé Nast International Is 2018 Luxury Publisher of the Year

Condé Nast International is Luxury Daily’s 2018 Publisher of the Year for navigating the rough waters of the current media environment with not just engaging content, brand collaborations and more regional editions, but integrally shifting its business model to fit modern-day needs.

 

Sports Illustrated Releases Exclusive Story on Apple News

They landed on the cover story for the 2018 Sportsperson of the Year feature, which ran exclusively on Apple News last week. This year, that title went to the Golden State Warriors, the Oakland, California-based NBA team. Now, the story is also available on Sports Illustrated's own platforms.

 

Cosmopolitan UK Announces Paid Scholarship Competition with SpareRoom

Cosmopolitan has announced a competition in partnership with flatshare site SpareRoom to offer four individuals a month-long paid scholarship with central-London accommodation included.

 

Say Media’s Matt Sanchez Appointed CEO of Hearst’s Autos Group

Say Media founder Matt Sanchez was appointed CEO of Hearst’s Autos Group, which includes Road & Track, Car and Drive and the Jumpstart auto group that is an ad network for outside titles such as Autoweek, J. D. Power, US News & World Report auto ads, and NADAguides.

 

Shirley MacLaine to Receive AARP Career Achievement Award

"The award means a lot to me personally because AARP was there when I began,” said MacLaine.

 

Chef Robert Irvine Partners with American Media, LLC to Launch Robert Irvine Magazine

FThe celebrity chef pushes his digital lifestyle magazine into print: Celebrity chef and fitness personality Robert Irvine and American Media, LLC (AM), a leading publisher of celebrity and health and fitness brands, today unveiled the first-ever special edition print issue of Robert Irvine Magazine, available on newsstands on December 21.

 

Arcade Fire’s Will Butler Headlining Pop-Up Magazine’s Brooklyn Show

Headlined by Arcade Fire’s Will Butler, the new issue will tackle such diverse topics as the conception of memory, explore the dating scene in the middle of nowhere and pay homage to the father of the electric guitar.

As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants

The latest issue involves Twitter users, a bug that potentially exposed the country code of their personal phone numbers, as well as whether their accounts had been locked by the social giant.

 

Potential Twitter Breach Exposed, Foreign Actors May Be Responsible
The latest issue involves Twitter users, a bug that potentially exposed the country code of their personal phone numbers, as well as whether their accounts had been locked by the social giant.

 

Google’s Marketing Plan for Home Hub Includes Bigger Deals with Fewer Publishers

Deals of this scale and scope reflect a shift in priority for Google as it looks to keep pace with rivals Amazon and Apple in the fast-growing voice and video device markets.

 

U.S. Ranked Among Deadliest Countries for Journalists for First Time

Six journalists were killed in the US out of the 80 media professionals that were killed this year, according to the report, which has been published annually by Reporters Without Borders since 1995.

 

Magazine Media Member Spotlight: KeepCraftAlive

Q&A with Rob Yagid, Executive Director, KeepCraftAlive: "At its core the #KeepCraftAlive initiave is about awareness. We strive to generate awareness of the skills gap and its far reaching impact in order to ignite action."

 

Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report Released

The October 2018 Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report shows that Total Audience remains strong at 1.8 billion for the 114 magazine brands in the analysis. We continue to see the same trends as recent months, with Mobile Web (+5.6%) and Video (+23.7%) on the steady rise.

 

 

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ESPN THE MAGAZINE’S “DOMINANT 20” ISSUE LOOKS AT THE YEAR’S MOST DOMINANT ATHLETES

 

CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE® AND COUNTRY LIVING ANNOUNCE EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION

 

 

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Senior Editor | Money | New York, NY

 

Faculty | Northwestern University | Chicago, IL