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Famous Photos Reimagined as Selfies in Newspaper's Wonderful Print Ads

'You can't get any closer to the news'

Lowe South Africa developed a campaign for the Cape Times newspaper last spring in which famous photographs—the wartime kiss, Beyers Naude and Desmond Tutu, Winston Churchill smoking, etc.—were reimagined as…

Hugo Lindgren Reportedly Out as Editor of The New York Times Magazine

Lindgren has held the post for 3 years

Hugo Lindgren, editor of The New York Times Magazine, may be exiting the magazine at the end of this year. According to a report from Capital New York, rumors of…

No Joke: The Onion Quits Print Editions

Satirical weekly was down to three from a peak of 17 editions

No, really: The Onion is folding the last of its print editions in December. The 25-year-old satirical newspaper once distributed its weekly newspapers in 17 markets, but now it’s down…

Time Inc. Signs on With Flipboard

People, InStyle first in the queue

No. 1 magazine publisher Time Inc. announced plans to put its magazine content on Flipboard. People and InStyle will roll out this week on the mobile news aggregator app, with…

Two Almost Entirely Blank Pages in Today's New York Times Are an Ad for a Movie

Less is more

Here's a pretty expensive way to say (almost) nothing: Buy two consecutive pages in the A section of The New York Times, and leave them completely blank except for a…

New York Times' David Pogue Jumps to Yahoo

Tapped to lead major expansion of tech coverage

David Pogue is leaving The New York Times to lead a major expansion of Yahoo's consumer technology coverage. Pogue has been a fixture in the consumer tech field for 25 years,…

Who Killed the Magazine App?

97% of Newsstand apps are now free

The Association of Magazine Media (MPA), the magazine publishers trade group, this month reported some seemingly encouraging results for an industry that’s become all too used to bad news. While print…

Man Uses Grappling Hook and Rope to Flee Michael Wolff in USA Today Ad

'This is off the record!'

USA Today has begun promoting several columnists in short YouTube videos—the most entertaining of which stars Michael Wolff, erstwhile Adweek editor and current writer for USA Today's Money section. In…

Native Seen as 'Salvation' for Ad Woes

Media heads discuss need for ads to innovate

Native advertising may be old advertorials in new cloth, but formats like it are necessary to publishers’ survival, media CEOs said at an Advertising Week panel today. “The salvation of advertising…

The Washington Post Unveils Visual News Product

A fast way to get caught up on the top stories

Ever wish it was easier to get up to speed on the biggest stories of the day when you're on the go? The Washington Post has that need in mind…

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