The Best Books for Print Lovers, 2018
A holiday gift guide for those who believe in the lasting power of print: "They may do well to remember that one of the core strengths of magazines and books has historically been their portability. Print media is, after all, the original “mobile” device."
Ellies 2019 Deadline Next Week
The next National Magazine Awards deadline is 5 p.m. EST on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Late entries will be accepted until Friday, December 14, subject to an additional $95 fee per entry. To submit content published after December 11, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.872.3737. For more information, or to submit an entry, visit EllieAwards.org.
Condé Nast Unifies Global Creative Studios with Lexus as First International Client
One month after Condé Nast revealed it set up an ad agency and brand consultancy within its British headquarters, the company is unifying its creative hubs across 11 international markets to better serve brands.
Working Mother Diversifies Revenue By Recognizing New Demographics
How approaching new readerships allows the advocacy brand to expand its print product and grow its conference portfolio.
Washington Examiner Relaunches Magazine with National Distribution, Aims Outside the Beltway
"“Over the years, we’ve frequently been asked if individuals outside of the Beltway could subscribe to the publication,” stated Ryan McKibben, president-CEO of publisher Clarity Media Group, the Denver-based company that owns the Washington Examiner and The Weekly Standard in D.C., as well as other publications in Colorado.
Glamour's True-Crime Podcast “Broken Harts” Will Chill
Glamour magazine and iHeartMedia have joined forces to debut Broken Harts, Conde Nast’s first investigative podcast, made in collaboration with HowStuffWorks.
Running with LTB: Keep a Knockin' But You Can't Come In