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Revealed: The Winners of Adweek's 2014 Hot List Our picks for the year’s best in magazines, television and digital media

What a year in media. Prime-time's drama queen Shonda Rhimes—plus literally anything HBO did—kept us from cutting the cord. Netflix, Instagram and Minecraft continued to dominate our digital lives, while…

December 7, 2014, 8:06 PM EST

USA Today Shutters Weekend Magazine USA Weekend was the country's second-largest news mag

USA Today is shutting down its weekend magazine at the end of this month, the newspaper’s president and publisher Larry Kramer said in a memo to staffers today. "After careful consideration,…

December 5, 2014, 5:30 PM EST

Stuart Elliott Takes Buyout as NYT Continues to Lose Top Media and Advertising Reporters Iconic ad columnist joins outgoing TV, press writers

The giant sucking sound you might be hearing from Manhattan this week is probably the vacuum of media and marketing insight being created by New York Times buyouts. Stuart Elliott, the…

December 3, 2014, 1:19 PM EST

The New York Times Runs Its First-Ever Native Print Ad The 8-page section was sponsored by Shell

The New York Times introduced its first native ad product, called "Paid Posts," on its website in January. But today, the Times is making its initial foray into sponsored print…

November 19, 2014, 2:19 PM EST

Model Gigi Hadid Helps Her 'Real Housewife' Mom With Social Media Find out her favorite guilty pleasure show

Specs Age 19 Claim to fame Model; face of Tom Ford; 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue rookie Base New York Twitter @GiGiHadid What's the first information you consume in the morning? I usually check my emails…

November 2, 2014, 11:01 PM EST

Why Terry Bradshaw Doesn't 'Tweet or Twit' The NFL legend prefers old movies over snapping selfies

Specs Who Terry Bradshaw Age 66 Claim to fame Co-host of Fox NFL Sunday; former NFL quarterback and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Base Aubrey, Texas, and Love County, Okla. What’s the…

October 29, 2014, 12:18 AM EDT

How Shane Smith Built Vice Into a $2.5 Billion Empire 2014 Brand Genius winner for media

By now, you’ve no doubt heard about Vice’s humble beginnings. It’s 1994 in Montreal, and three guys—Shane Smith, Gavin McInnes and Suroosh Alvi—decide to launch a free punk magazine called…

September 29, 2014, 12:04 AM EDT

Why Did This Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Ditch His NBC Gig for a Pot Pub? Smoking out the stigma of a growing industry

Not so long ago, the idea of a marijuana news site would have probably conjured up images of smoking paraphernalia and stoner jokes. But as marijuana legalization has become an…

September 1, 2014, 7:47 PM EDT

The Hill Names Bob Cusack as Editor in Chief Hugo Gurdon leaves for Washington Examiner after 11 years

The Hill, "publication of record for policy influencers inside and outside Washington," announced today the appointment of Bob Cusack as editor in chief. Cusack will replace 11-year veteran Hugo Gurdon,…

July 28, 2014, 1:13 PM EDT

Publishers Ditch Swanky Offices for Savings and Subsidies Is building a brand more important than branding a building?

It’s the end of an era for publishers—at least as far as their iconic New York headquarters are concerned. Time Inc. and Condé Nast, stalwarts of the midtown media scene,…

June 1, 2014, 8:38 PM EDT

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