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March 5, 2019

Meredith’s Allrecipes Is Using AI to Sell Wine

“My cat had a cold, complete with runny nose, sneezing and laryngitis. A few days later, I got a cold too.”

- Tina Shaycort in Parade

A certain amount of failure supports success. Here’s how to make the most of your misfires.

- Experience Life


Harper’s Bazaar Kicks Off First Podcast with Olivia Wilde As Host

Dubbed “Dare I Say,” the podcast has a political bent with Wilde discussing a range of topics with celebrities and activists.


New York Debuts Digital Crossword; The Cut to Publish New Fiction Series

Available on the publication’s website across desktop and mobile devices, the crossword will be exempt from New York’s digital subscription package and will post every Sunday night. A new puzzle will post every two weeks with each new issue of New York.


James Wildman CEO, Hearst UK on Transforming the UK’s Best-Loved Magazine Brands into Media Platform Businesses

James Wildman is CEO of Hearst UK. As the country’s largest premium magazine publisher, it has a circulation of 5.3 million and a digital footprint of over 20 million through magazines including Elle, Good Housekeeping, Esquire, Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar.


Fortune Hires 3Pillar Global Executive Jonathan Rivers As Chief Technology Officer

Rivers was most recently CTO at 3Pillar Global, a product development services company, whose clients include National Geographic, PBS, and Equinox.


More on Bon Appetit Uses Batch-and-Window Release Strategy to Promote Its New OTT App

While the app includes videos from Bon Appétit’s YouTube channel, its primary programming is the slate of original shows that the publication is producing specifically for the OTT app, though they will also be available on its YouTube channel after a period of time.



More on National Review, and the Weekly Standard Alums to Debut Conservative Media Company

Stephen Hayes, the editor-in-chief of The Weekly Standard before it was shuttered in December, and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at National Review, will create a “Trump-skeptical company,” according to Axios, which first reported the news.


Pinterest's Latest Updates Seek to Make the Platform More Shoppable

Among the updates are personalized item recommendations for shoppers within style, home, beauty and DIY boards based on what they’ve saved; in-stock product pins now appear at the top of search results; and a new “Shop a brand” section that appears beneath product pins that enables a merchant like Levi’s to highlight other items within its catalog.


WTF Is Apple’s Latest Anti-Tracking Update?

Like all jargon-riddled technology updates, it’s difficult to see the forest for the trees. Jessica Davies of Digiday gives us a primer.


Exclusive: PR Newswire Owner Cision Explores Sale -Sources

Cision Ltd, the owner of PR Newswire and provider of software for public relations professionals, is holding discussions with private equity firms about a potential sale, people familiar with the matter said.


Announcing the 2019 ASME–Yale Publishing Course Scholarship

The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) is pleased to announce the sponsorship of a full-tuition scholarship for the 2019 Yale Publishing Course: Leadership Strategies in Print and Digital Media. The course will be held July 21-26, 2019, at the Yale School of Management (SOM) in New Haven, Connecticut. The deadline to apply for the ASME scholarship is April 7, 2019. Only ASME members or editors working for them are eligible to receive this full-tuition scholarship. Complete the online application here.


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