Avenue Won't Have a Hamptons Edition Amid Slew of Layoffs
Keith Kelly writes "There will be one less magazine crowding onto Hamptons newsstands this summer. As my colleague Richard Johnson first reported, the new owner of Avenue — real estate mogul Charles Cohen — on Friday laid off the full-time writers and contributors except for Editor-in-Chief Michael Gross in advance of an extensive redesign."
Pastry Star Turned Magazine Founder Returns to a Top SF Kitchen: Nick Muncy Is Onboard at Michael Mina
"More than two years and four magazine issues after leaving the kitchen at Coi and founding his food-focused publication, Toothache, pastry chef Nick Muncy is back in kitchen, leading the pastry program at Michael Mina. Toothache magazine continues: Muncy is at work on issue five, and it’s “doing as well as an independent magazine can do,” he says." -writes Caleb Pershan of Eater Blog.
The Orthodox World Gets Its Own Indie Meat Magazine
Shira Feder writes "Fleishigs magazine is glossy and well-shot, and it appears to be the Orthodox world’s answer to indie food magazines like Lucky Peach, Edible Brooklyn and Jarry."
White House Press Corps Booted from Kim Jong Un's Hotel
Objections by Kim and his security personnel appear to have forced organizers to move the White House press filing center from the hotel where the North Korean leader is staying.
New Attribution Tool Tracks Metrics at the Account Level
The new service helps firms analyze the impact of marketing and sales activity across all touchpoints, the company says. It also evaluates performance based on time spent.
Facebook's Content Review Practices Under Fire
Facebook is responding to criticism that it doesn’t do enough to support the thousands of content reviewers tasked with keeping its platform free of violent images, revenge porn and other disturbing fare.
“Publishers Are Getting a Raw Deal”: Path to a Profitable Revenue Ecosystem on the Web
From WNIP: "With third-party cookies, users can be tracked from high-value publishers to sites they have never chosen to trust, where they are targeted based on their behavior from those publisher sites. This strips value from publishers and fuels rampant ad fraud."
CFO: Facebook’s Launch of "Clear History" Feature This Year Will Crimp Ad Growth
“Privacy is a headwind for us in 2019,” CFO David Wehner said, speaking at the Morgan Stanley 2019 Technology, Media & Telecom Conference on Tuesday in San Francisco. “It’s one of the factors that’s contributing to our expected deceleration of revenue growth throughout the year.”
AMMC 2019 RECAP
See and read about the panels, perspectives and personalities from this year's special centennial conference—featuring cultural icons, business leaders and thought-provoking discussion about the challenges and opportunities ahead for magazine media.
Magazine Media 360° - The December 2018 Data Is Here.
Total Audience of over 1.7 billion for the 110 magazine brands in the analysis. See the latest Brand Audience Report and download the new Audience Mix Infographics.