News Roundup


December 3, 2021

Meredith Corporation Announces Winners of Good Impressions Program

Five BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA-majority owned small businesses will receive pro bono ad space and marketing consultation services valued at approximately $100,000 each. PR Newswire, Black Enterprise

How ‘Harvard Business Review’ Harnessed LinkedIn to Become its Most Powerful Social Media Channel

‘Harvard Business Review’ has 13M followers on LinkedIn, built up through the sharing of up-to-date news as well as the careful curation of archived content. WNIP

Conde Nast’s ‘Architectural Digest’ Will Publish Its First Global Print Issue

‘Architectural Digest’s’ US and international editions came together to work on the brand’s biggest issue of the year. CNN

Meredith, Harris Poll: Pandemic Shifted Women’s Retail

A national survey of American women found that the pandemic has changed women’s shopping behaviors, desires and expectations. PR Newswire

Time Launching ‘Educational’ Services on Cryptocurrency

Time magazine is launching an initiative to educate readers about the metaverse, starting with an awards-and-recognition program and a weekly newsletter dedicated to cryptocurrency. Time

U.K. Publishers Band Together to Standardize Citing of Sources

To mitigate traffic losses from sources that aren’t properly cited, U.K. publishers have worked together to develop a standardized process for citing. Digiday

Why Publishers are Introducing (and Growing) Product Box Programs

Product boxes are a tactile way for publishers to engage with their audience and show off their editorial curation abilities with products that people want to try out. Digiday