Facebook Earnings: Record Profit Still Expected
Analysts expect Facebook to crack $6 billion in profit for the first time, adding more than $2 billion from last holiday season
More on Apple's iOS Update Hints At Apple News Magazines
The tech giant this week provided a glimpse of a service called Apple News Magazines with the first test version of iOS 12.2, the mobile operating system that runs iPhones and iPads. The company typically provides test versions of iOS to app designers to help them prep for major updates.
Before Pursuing Consumer Revenue, Glamour Seeks to Build Habit with Site Redesign
The redesign, six months in the making, is also meant to distinguish more clearly between quick-hit pieces and the in-depth reporting that the publisher’s new editor in chief, Samantha Barry, sees as most important to Glamour’s brand.
Miley Cyrus Honors Ellen with Earrings Featuring Her Iconic TIME Cover
Cyrus, 26, performed her hit “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” alongside Mark Ronson wearing a pair of earrings dangling with tiny versions of DeGeneres’ iconic 1997 Time magazine cover, on which the comedian publicly came out as gay.
Q&A with Midwest Living's Trevor Meers
“I think that’s going to depend somewhat on that brand. What is its identity? What is its target audience? I think it would be hard to give a one-size-fits-all answer to that. Certainly that print component has such an enormous part in continuing to ensure your permanence and credibility. And obviously we’ve seen that a lot with many digital brands and TV brands going into print rather than the other direction when you look at the success of say, Allrecipes or the Magnolia Journal...print piece still plays such an anchor role in defining who your brand is.” Trevor Meers, Editorial Content Director, Midwest Living/Meredith Travel Marketing Content Studio.
Condé Nast Names 2 Agency Veterans as Creative and Strategy Leads for In-House Unit CNX
Xavier Teo and Brendon Volpe come from Anomaly and Team One
The Magazines Publishing One Another’s Work
Polarization is everywhere. But it’s being challenged in Poland by a handful of magazines across the political spectrum. They’ve begun sharing articles, to show readers a variety of viewpoints.
Email’s Next Act: It’s Still About "The List"
Wasn’t it supposed to be dead by now?