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Playboy's No-Nudity Revamp Could Mean More Ad Dollars and Higher-End Brands

Magazine may compete with Esquire and GQ

That old line about "reading Playboy for the articles" is about to become a lot more legitimate. This morning, Playboy announced that beginning in March 2016, it will no longer…

Are Robert Redford's Movies About the Media Good for Journalism?

'Truth' is his latest film about the profession

Robert Redford has acted in dozens of films in his career and directed nine others, but there's one subject he doesn't seem to tire of tackling: journalism. Since Redford played…

Why The New Yorker Is Expanding Into Tech, Radio and Streaming TV

Magazine broadens festival and looks to build off its podcasts' success

This weekend marks the 16th annual New Yorker Festival, featuring a roster of big-name speakers, panelists and performers from Toni Morrison and Patti Smith to Jason Segel and Billy Joel.…

Ad of the Day: This Magazine Cleverly Hid a Dark Message in a Tour of a Luxury Home

Trouble in paradise

Home magazine is one of New Zealand's premier architecture, design and interiors titles, publishing, in its own words, "lavish spreads of inspiring homes, as well as the latest restaurants, art,…

Esquire Launches an Expansive, Paid Digital Archive to Mark Its 1,000th Issue

Making old content profitable again

For its 1,000th issue, Esquire is reaching back into its storied past. Esquire debuted in the autumn of 1933 with contributions from Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos and Dashiell Hammett. Over…

Media General Will Buy Meredith for $2.4 Billion

New company will be third-largest TV affiliate owner in U.S.

Media General Inc. announced today that it will buy Meredith Corp., in a cash and stock deal valued at $2.4 billion, which will create the third-largest owner of TV affiliates…

Sports Illustrated Gears Up for College Football Season With a New Site

Campus Rush focuses on game-day culture

Sports Illustrated is gearing up for the college football season with the launch of its newest digital vertical, Campus Rush. The site, which officially debuted yesterday, focuses on the culture…

Hearst Is Hawking September Issues From Its 'MagMobile'—a Roving Newsstand on Wheels

Rolling through NYC today

In an effort to promote its all-important September fashion issues, Hearst is taking its consumer marketing strategy to the streets—literally. This morning, the publisher is debuting the "MagMobile," a roving…

Women's Health and Domino Team Up to Cover Healthy Living

2 brands will share content

While magazine publishers are increasingly pushing for more internal collaboration between brands, it's still rare to see titles from different publishers working together—especially when they have very similar target audiences.…

Condé Nast's New In-House Native Ad Studio Debuts Its First Campaign

Samsung-branded cover to go out to Bon Appétit subscribers

Six months after its buzzy launch, Condé Nast's in-house native ad unit, 23 Stories, which allows advertisers to work directly with the publishing company's editors, is finally unveiling its first…

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