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Will Reddit's Stand-Alone News Site Prove to Be a Safe Haven for Advertisers?

Upvoted won't allow any comments

Coming off a summer of upheaval, Reddit is looking to get back into the public's good graces with its first stand-alone property, a news-focused site called Upvoted. Upvoted will look to…

The DailyMail.com's North American CEO Is Leaving After 16 Months

Jon Steinberg helped double ad sales revenue

Jon Steinberg, CEO of DailyMail.com North America, is leaving the company, announced CEO and publisher Martin Clarke. In the short time Steinberg has been with DailyMail—16 months—he has overseen the acquisition…

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.…

How Gawker's Kotaku Is Helping Cheerios Reach Millennial Gamers

First editorial series produced with branded sponsorship

Honey Nut Cheerios wants to be the cereal of choice for gamers. And Gawker Media's gaming-focused vertical Kotaku hopes to make that happen by producing its first sponsored series for…

Josh Tyrangiel, One of the Industry's Most Influential Editors, Is Leaving Bloomberg

Ellen Pollock takes over as first woman to run Businessweek

Josh Tyrangiel, who oversees all media content for Bloomberg—including digital, TV and radio—and is editor of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, is leaving the company. "I've spent six years working with some of…

Hot List: Vote for the Year's Most Memorable and Must-Read Consumer Magazines

Your picks will determine our Readers' Choice winners

Vanity Fair and Caitlyn Jenner proved in 2015 that print still matters—and how. But they were hardly alone, as numerous consumer magazine brands made an impact both at the newsstand…

Who Is Axel Springer, the Company Behind Business Insider's $343 Million Acquisition?

German publisher is on a U.S. spending spree

Axel Springer's $343 million acquisition of Business Insider this morning gives the German publisher 97 percent of the news site and events company. And it is the continuation of the…

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,…

An Australian Hilariously Live Blogged Jarryd Hayne's NFL Debut

And it owned social media

Matt Cleary was the real MVP of Monday Night Football, even though it was Tuesday afternoon where he was. The San Francisco 49ers' 20-3 win over the Minnesota Vikings saw the…

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…

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