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The New York Times Just Bought an Agency Focused on Virtual and Augmented Reality

Fake Love will help expand T Brand Studio

You can't buy me love, but The New York Times just bought Fake Love. An experiential design studio with a focus on virtual reality and augmented reality, Fake Love will help…

Arianna Huffington Is Leaving The Huffington Post

Site co-founder will launch new company Thrive Global

Arianna Huffington is leaving The Huffington Post, a site she co-founded 11 years ago. Her new venture will take her right back to where it all started.  I thought HuffPost would…

Bloomberg Media Names New Global Chief Revenue Officer

Keith Grossman was previously the company's head of U.S. sales

Publishing vet Keith Grossman has had a busy few years. Just over two years ago, the Condé Nast alum left a more than decade-long career at Wired to join Bloomberg…

In the Midst of Its Sale to Verizon, Yahoo News Saw Record-Breaking Traffic

44 million video views during RNC and DNC

Yahoo News set out to produce an unconventional two weeks of convention coverage. In the end, the site generated 60 million page views from 236 stories, and 44 million streams…

Travel + Leisure's Openly Gay Editor Proudly Defends Ad That Some Attacked as 'Unnatural'

Tolerance goes 'hand in hand with a love of travel'

The American Family Association calls it "unnatural and offensive," but a Hilton ad featuring a gay couple in Travel + Leisure is a point of tremendous pride for the magazine's…

8 Eye-Opening Digital Marketing Stats From the Past Week

GOP and Facebook are socially killing it

The media world for months has been all Facebook, Donald Trump and ad blocking, so why would the past week in digital marketing be any different? Check out these eight…

Time Inc. Nixes the Role of Publisher in Ad Sales Reorganization

New groups will focus on ad categories, brands or digital

The publisher title is no more at Time Inc., which today is continuing to shake things up in its top ranks. This afternoon in a memo to staffers, chief revenue…

IAB Study Says 26% of Desktop Users Turn On Ad Blockers

Report digs into why people tune out digital promos

The Interactive Advertising Bureau has been vocal about the ongoing ad-blocking war between publishers and blockers, and now it has data to back up its position. According to a new IAB…

How a Refinery29 Vet Is Reshaping Domino Into a Major Digital Player

The cult shelter brand is expanding

Mention the name Domino to any décor-savvy 30-something, and you're likely to get a squeal of excitement followed by a sigh of nostalgia. Launched by Condé Nast in 2005, Domino…

Upfront Postmortem: Buyers Assess This Year’s 'Ugly' Market

Networks secure big CPM gains, but trouble is on the horizon

Given how strong the scatter market had been last season, and the network execs' brash predictions of a lucrative upfront after a couple of lean years, buyers had entered upfront…

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