Director Ava Duvernay Guest Edits TIME Optimism Issue
She is the second guest editor in Time’s 96-year history. The first was Bill Gates, who edited Time’s first edition of the special issue dedicated to “Optimists,” published in January 2018.
Journalistic Phenom Pop-Up Magazine Brings Its Novel Storytelling to Variety Playhouse
Producer and host Aaron Edwards describes as "a podcast, a play, a live show, [all] wrapped up in one”
Harper's Bazaar Launches "Bazaar Bride Membership Product"
Called Bazaar Bride, the program will cost $90 and include 12 weekly digital editions of bridal mini-magazines, 15 masterclasses with celebrity experts, over 15 exclusive shopping deals, a members-only video series and a one year subscription to the new Bazaar Bride online vertical.
Golf Is Teeing Off on a New Multiplatform Strategy
The publisher is placing an increased focus on print, and making bets on video, education and commerce.
Axios, Kalmbach Media Hire Senior Execs
Kalmbach Media, publisher of Astronomy, Discover and Model Railroader, among other titles, named a new director of digital strategy, in addition to new EICs at two of its brands.
Folio: Reports People on the Move: Family Circle Taps New Editors
Danny Phillips joins Oaklins DeSilva + Phillips, Kalmbach makes three leadership promotions, Bauer Media Group names a new EVP of consumer revenue and more.
How Complex Networks Upped Its Storage Game for All-Digital Media Production
Complex Networks Manager of Video IT Operations Jermaine Harrell remembers the increasingly uncomfortable working environment circa 2014, as a handful editors working in 720p and 1080p video formats began straining the existing infrastructure. Those numbers would only grow...
Women’s Health's Liz Plosser and Men’s Health's Richard Dorment on TODAY
Women’s Health EIC Liz Plosser and Men’s Health EIC Richard Dorment appeared on the TODAY Show this morning to coach the anchors through our #GetFitToday fitness challenge.
It’s Not Just Google or Facebook: The Freezer Aisle Is Ad Targeting You Now
Walgreens is using cameras, eye tracking, and motion sensors to show you real-time ads meant to influence which ice cream you buy.
Profits at The New York Times Show Media Dinosaurs Are Ruling the Internet
Today’s news that The (failing?) New York Times reported net income of $55.2 million, after losses a year earlier — and that its digital business raked in $709 million — is just one indicator that some of the nation’s oldest media properties are finally crossing the bridge into the 21st century.
Marla Kaplowitz of the 4A'S Is an Agency Cheeleader in a Difficult Season
"From the agency talent crunch and brands bringing advertising capabilities in-house to an FBI investigation into agency media-buying practices launched last fall, we dig into the agency state of play as 2019 gets under way."
Jill Abramson Promises to Review Vice Sections of New Book After Plagiarism Accusations
“The attacks on my book from some @vicenews reflect their unhappiness with what I consider a balanced portrayal,” Abramson said on Twitter.
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.