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Lucia Moses

Why Celebrity Weeklies Should Worry About Dreft's Baby Notice

More celebrities will likely bypass media to put out sponsored news

Are brands the new celebrity weeklies? A tweet announcing the news and first pic of the birth of pop singer Kevin Jonas' daughter came not from People or OK! Magazine…

SpinMedia Gets New Investors, Hires New CRO

After setbacks, aims for profitability 'early this year'

SpinMedia Group, a publisher of celebrity and entertainment sites, today announced that it's lined up new investors and hired sales vet Tom Morrissy as chief revenue officer as it attempts…

Dr. Oz Magazine Loses Lead Designer Ahead of Launch

Title set to hit newsstands next week

Hearst’s newest magazine, Dr. Oz The Good Life, hasn’t put out its first issue, but it's already lost a key member of the launch team. Cass Spencer, the design director, was let…

Inc. Media Hires Jim Ledbetter From Thomson Reuters

Was first op-ed editor for news and information site

Mansueto Ventures’ Inc. Media is hiring Jim Ledbetter from Thomson Reuters as editor of its namesake magazine and website. The veteran business journalist was named the first op-ed editor at Reuters…

Washington Post Outlines Hiring, Expansion Plans

After losing Ezra Klein, paper puts a focus on blogs

The Washington Post has made headlines lately for the high-profile departure of Wonkblogger Ezra Klein. The Post hasn't been sitting still, though; it's made some hires of its own in…

Super Bowl Fans Are More Sophisticated Than the Typical Fantasy Football Player

Comparing the demos

Super Bowl fans may like their beer and nachos, but did you know they’re also interested in the finer things? With the big game coming up, ad tech company Digilant…

Bon Appétit Takes Top Company Honor

Turnaround makes Pamela Drucker Mann Condé Nast's Publisher of the Year

Condé Nast CEO Chuck Townsend handed out awards at the company's annual publishers' meeting in Naples, Fla., tonight, and this year, the top Publisher of the Year prize went to…

Business Insider Has Ambitious Paid Content Plans

Blodget says free site's healthy, but covets dual-revenue stream

Business Insider is known for its clicky mix of business and gossip content, delivered in the form of rapid-fire posts, slideshows and videos. In six years' time, Henry Blodget has…

The Washington Post's Ezra Klein Joins Vox Media

Looks to marry editorial talent with cutting-edge newsroom technology

The Washington Post wunkerkind Ezra Klein ended days of speculation Sunday, announcing that he is joining Vox Media. The founder of the Post's policy site Wonkblog detailed his plans to start…

NFL’s Presence Continues to Grow Among Women, and Marketers Are Taking Note

Shape magazine is co-hosting a big bash

Football isn’t just for guys, and marketers are getting wise to it. Joining the lineup of historically testosterone-fueled Super Bowl parties this year is one co-hosted by Shape, a women’s magazine;…

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