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Why This Newspaper Ran an Issue With No Photos After Publishing a Disturbing Refugee Image

Editor: Shielding readers just makes 'the needy more invisible'

Few photos in recent memory have had the devastating emotional impact of last week's pictures showing a Syrian toddler drowned on a Turkish beach. Many news outlets were criticized for running…

Teen Vogue's Editor Fills New Office With Treasures From 24-Year Condé Nast Career

Amy Astley’s perch at One World Trade

As the most high-profile tenant of One World Trade Center, Condé Nast had a February move-in date that was talked about in the press for years before the building was…

Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Vice Journalists Accused of Supporting ISIS

‘Baseless and alarmingly false’ accusations, says Vice

Two British Vice News journalists and their fixer remain in custody today in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir. Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury are charged with "working on behalf of a…

What Your Home Looks Like When You've Traveled to Most of the Countries on Earth

Hearst’s Michael Clinton surrounds himself with memories

After visiting 123 countries, it is safe to say that Michael Clinton, marketing president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, is at home pretty much anywhere on the planet—and, it…

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…

These Are the 10 Magazines With the Biggest Mobile Readerships

ESPN, People bring in huge monthly audiences

Those lingering few who think mobile's not a big deal need only look to a new study from the Association of Magazine Media, which found 26 percent of magazines' total readership…

This Oregon Newspaper Is Looking for a Marijuana Critic

And resumes are rolling in

With Oregon becoming the latest state to legalize recreational marijuana last month, Portland's major daily newspaper is looking to grow its cannabis coverage. Last week, The Oregonian, the oldest continuously published…

4 Major Publishers Can Now Put Ads in Their Online Comment Sections

Livefyre signs up media notables

It was only a matter of time before marketers started squeezing native ads into every nook of a publisher's site, and now Condé Nast, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and…

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…

How CafeMom Plans to Cater to Millennial Latinas

Big backing for mobile-first site Vivala

CafeMom is expanding beyond moms. The media company today launched Vivala, a mobile-first platform catering to millennial Hispanic women. The user-generated platform will be run by editor in chief Zuania Capó,…

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