Haskell Named Editor in Chief, New York Media
David Haskell will succeed Adam Moss as editor-in-chief of New York Media, overseeing New York magazine and its digital verticals. He will take on the role of editor-in-chief on April 1.
Q&A: New York Media’s New Editor in Chief on Reinventing the Brands and Diversifying Revenue Streams
“We are living through an extraordinary time in American life, one eerily well suited to New York’s strengths and obsessions. It’s now my job to make sure we cover it all with the intelligence and creativity our readers have come to expect,”
Former Interview Director Randi Peck Heading to Hearst
Hearst has a hired former entertainment director at Interview Randi Peck as executive director of talent.
New Health Editor in Chief Amy Conway’s Vision for Refreshing the Magazine
How the repositioning of a 38-year-old magazine is aimed at creating a closer community of readers.
Anna Wintour on Slate for Upcoming Women in the World Summit
Annual event celebrates women's contributions and seeks solutions to the problems they face around the world.
The Hill’s Jimmy Finkelstein: Our Priority Is Video Before Subscriptions
“We were going into subscriptions and it’s very smart for people who do it. But we decided we wanted to be first in high-end video because nobody was in it,” said Jimmy Finkelstein, chairman of The Hill, the politics-focused media brand.
Hearst Promotes Mark Medici to President, "Houston Chronicle"
Hearst has six other daily Texas newspapers: the San Antonio Express-News, Beaumont Enterprise, Laredo Morning Times, Midland Reporter-Telegram, Conroe Courier and Plainview Daily Herald.
Folio: Reports on People on the Move in Magazine Media
Steve Lacy will retire after two decades with Meredith, Parade.com has a new digital content director, and much more.
Real Fake News: Activists Circulate Counterfeit Editions of The Washington Post
As copies of the counterfeit paper were distributed outside the White House and the city's train station, the Post's PR team rushed to clarify the obvious: The "news" is fake.
Digital Can’t save Anyone: What Went Wrong at Pier 1 Imports
Increased competition from larger marketplaces like eBay, Amazon and Etsy, combined with a lack of reinvention, is forcing the company to look for a lifeline.
P&G Takes a Page from DTC Playbook for Its Skin-Care Brands
For some of its skin-care brands, P&G is eschewing TV in favor of more performance marketing tactics, more common with so-called digitally native or direct-to-consumer brands that are now its competition.
Mic Quietly Comes Back to Life with New Writers, Fresh Content
Mic.com has begun quietly publishing again just weeks after the company laid off its entire editorial staff and sold itself off to Bustle Media for $5 million.