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Emma Bazilian
More Magazine Gets Luxe Redesign to Reflect Its High-Income Audience Women's title boasts industry's most affluent readers

If you had to guess which women's magazine had the highest median household income, what would you say? Perhaps Harper's Bazaar? Maybe Vogue? As it turns out, the answer isn't an…

January 26, 2015, 11:33 AM EST

Modern Farmer Loses Edit Staff, but the Magazine Might Survive Rift between owner and founder led to walkout

It's been less than a year since Modern Farmer, the Hudson, N.Y.-based magazine covering agriculture for a largely urban audience, won its first National Magazine Award for Best Magazine Section. Unfortunately,…

January 23, 2015, 5:30 PM EST

House Beautiful Names New Editor in Chief Sophie Donelson recently consulted with e-commerce, lifestyle brands

Hearst Magazines has finally found a replacement for House Beautiful editor in chief Newell Turner, who announced plans to step down more than two years ago when he was made…

January 20, 2015, 12:36 PM EST

New York Leads 2015 National Magazine Awards Nominations But Condé boasts the most nods per publisher

Today, the American Society of Magazine Editors released the list of finalists for the 2015 National Magazine Awards (or "Ellies," after the elephant-shaped statuette given to winners). For the second…

January 15, 2015, 1:13 PM EST

Hearst to Introduce Company-Wide Editorial Awards Inaugural ceremony will be held in April

For the past several years, Hearst has handed out its annual Tower Awards to the magazines boasting the strongest business performance. This coming spring, the publisher will also start honoring…

January 14, 2015, 5:22 PM EST

Sports Illustrated Is Unveiling Its Swimsuit Issue in a Not-So-Sunny Location It's going to be a hot winter in Nashville

This year, Sports Illustrated is kicking off the biggest celebration yet for its annual Swimsuit Issue in a city that's not exactly synonymous with sun and sand: Nashville, Tenn. On Feb.…

January 8, 2015, 2:18 PM EST

The New Republic Makes First Hires Following Staff Walkout Fills four editorial positions

Following last month's staff exodus, The New Republic has begun to fill some of its vacant editorial positions. Today, the magazine's recently appointed editor in chief, Gabriel Snyder, announced in…

January 7, 2015, 5:18 PM EST

People Magazine Editor Jess Cagle Dishes on the Brand's First Live Awards Show The ceremony airs tonight on NBC

People magazine isn't just covering awards season from the sidelines this year. For the first time, the brand is hosting its own live awards ceremony, The People Magazine Awards, which…

December 18, 2014, 3:49 PM EST

The Best (and Worst) Celebrity Weekly Covers of 2014 Who sold and who bombed at the newsstand

From Will and Kate to the Kardashians, celebrity weekly covers in 2014 were dominated by familiar faces—but not all of them were newsstand gold. Proving that tragedy still sells, the suicide…

December 15, 2014, 5:03 PM EST

The New Republic's Chris Hughes Says If You Care About an Institution You Don't Walk Out The mag was forced to cancel its upcoming issue

Following last week’s resignation of The New Republic editor Franklin Foer and resulting staff exodus, the magazine’s owner, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, has issued a lengthy response by way of…

December 8, 2014, 9:57 AM EST

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