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February 7, 2019

AMMC: Diversification Is Magazine Media’s Continuity Plan

“When you give a bird everything it wants, they give it back to you tenfold in love.”

- Brian Wilson in National Geographic

 

Make the perfect scrambled eggs by whisking in this one ingredient—which is likely already in your refrigerator!

- Real Simple

AMMC: Facebook Executive Pledges to Get Platform to "Work for Publishers"

In an interview with Glamour editor in chief Samantha Barry, Campbell Brown said: “We need to get Facebook to work for publishers. We are not there yet, and have real work to do on that front."

 

AMMC: Instagram and Admissions at Annual Magazine Conference

The annual American Magazine Media Conference was full of Instagram, Facebook and some open talk of a "difficult" time in the industry.

 

AMMC: See the Striking Magazine Cover That Just Won the American Society of Magazine Editors’ Magazine Cover of the Year Award

The American Society of Magazine Editors awarded its magazine “Cover of the Year” for 2018 to Time magazine for its Oct. 15, 2018, cover “Her Lasting Impact,” depicting Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.

IMAGINATION AWARDS

How Collaboration Across Departments and Companies Benefits Magazine Media

"If you want to create new value in the marketplace, new relationships, you have to change internally,” explained Tim Paulson, general manager for science brands at Kalmbach. “To create that shift in how we do business, we have to shift how we relate to each other functionally, and process-wise.”

 

How The Cut Is Redefining Itself As a Multiplatform Publisher

“We’re really different than we were two years ago,” says president and editor in chief Stella Bugbee. “I expect in two years we’ll be pretty different again because we’re really evolving at the rate that our audience is evolving.”

 

Deadline Extended—John Bartlow Martin Award for Public Interest Magazine Journalism

The deadline has been extended to Monday February 11: John Bartlow Martin advanced the tenets of public interest journalism. His magazine stories about labor racketeering, poor working conditions, racism, crime and abuse of mental patients were marked by careful reporting, incisive writing and a palpable concern for victims. In many cases, these stories, published in major magazines such as Harper’s, The Saturday Evening Post, Life, Look, Collier's and The Atlantic, prompted public policy changes and inspired other journalists to make a difference with their own reporting.

 

Hearst UK Chief James Wildman to Chair British Media Awards 2019

The awards, which are in their eighth year, celebrate the best work by media owners and publishers, and recognise innovation and revenue diversification at a time of unprecedented change.

 

The New York Times Wants 10 Million Subscribers by 2025

The company also said it generated more than $709 million in digital revenue, a number that positions it to meet another goal — $800 million in digital revenue by the end of 2020.

 

Women’s Health Magazine's Abby Cuffey on Good Morning America

Women’s Health Executive Editor Abby Cuffey was on GMA this morning discussing March cover star Gabrielle Union and her surrogacy.

 

Essence Unveils First Monthly Digital Cover

“Our team is always looking for innovative ways to deliver content to our audience,” Essence Chief Content Officer MoAna Luu told Publishers Daily. “Each month, Essence's digital cover will showcase a sleek, eye-catching design, as well as an interactive rollout.”

 

YouTube Moves to Make Conspiracy Videos Harder to Find

Whether it is a video claiming the earth is flat or the moon landing was faked, conspiracy theories are not hard to find on Google’s YouTube. But in a significant policy change, YouTube said on Friday that it planned to stop recommending them.

 

The MPA Would Like to Thank the Following Sponsors for their Support of AMMC 2019

Alliance for Audited Media, ANC, Chartbeat, Deloitte, eMagazines, Facebook, House of Kaizen, Issuu, LSC Communications, MRI, MediaRadar, Piano, Quad/Graphics, and ZINIO.

 

The MPA Would Like to Thank the Following Member Publishers for their Sponsorship and Support of AMMC 2019

Active Interest Media, Bonnier, Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, National Geographic, M. Shanken Communications, and Trusted Media Brands.

 

 

May 8-9 | 

 

 

WHERE WOMEN CREATE WORK NAMED THE 2018 MAGAZINE LAUNCH OF THE YEAR BY MPA – THE ASSOCIATION OF MAGAZINE MEDIA

 

ESSENCE LAUNCHES ITS FIRST-EVER DIGITAL COVER FEATURING GRAMMY-NOMINATED SISTER ACT AND GROWN-ISH STARS CHLOE X HALLE!

 

MPA – THE ASSOCIATION OF MAGAZINE MEDIA ANNOUNCES THE 2019 KELLY AWARDS WINNERS

 

KALMBACH MEDIA ANNOUNCES NEW EDITORIAL AND DIGITAL LEADERS

 

FAMILY CIRCLE EXPANDS EDITORIAL TEAM

 

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY ROLLS OUT ITS FIRST ROMANTIC COMEDY (ROM-COM) ISSUE WITH 10 DAYS OF CONTENT IN PRINT AND ONLINE BETWEEN NOW AND VALENTINE’S DAY

 

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Marketing & Market Development Manager | American Society of Landscape Architects 
| Washington, DC

 

Senior Editor | Money | New York, NY