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The New York Times Might Ban Visitors Who Use Ad Blockers

'This stuff is not made for free,' says CEO

New York Times CEO Mark Thompson did not mince words Tuesday when talking about ad blocking, which has been causing more than a few headaches for publishers. During a keynote discussion…

Nilou Motamed Is Named Editor of Food & Wine Magazine

Former Epicurious EIC replaces Dana Cowin

Food & Wine has officially found its replacement for longtime editor Dana Cowin: lifestyle publishing veteran Nilou Motamed, whose resumé includes more than a decade at sister title Travel &…

Allure’s New Editor Talks Diversity, YouTube and Branded Content

Michelle Lee shares her vision for the beauty bible

Specs Current gig Editor in chief, Allure Previous gig Editor in chief and CMO, Nylon Media Twitter @heymichellelee Age 40 Adweek: When you joined Allure last year, you replaced Linda Wells, its founding editor of 24 years. What…

Which Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Is Leading the Conversation on Social Media?

Another win for Ronda Rousey

Sports Illustrated made history this week with the release of its annual Swimsuit edition cover—or, more accurately, covers. For the first time, the Time Inc. brand produced multiple covers—three, to be…

Yahoo Is Shuttering 7 of Its 11 Digital Magazines

Will focus on news, sports, finance and lifestyle

Struggling tech and media giant Yahoo dropped the axe on seven content verticals today. Yahoo Food, Health, Parenting, Makers, Travel, Autos and Real Estate will no longer exist as stand-alone digital…

Grantland Founder Bill Simmons Reveals His Next Sports Site Will Be 'The Ringer'

11 former staffers are following him there

Grantland founder Bill Simmons is finally ready to unveil his next digital venture. This morning, he announced that his new sports and pop culture website will be called The Ringer. My…

Want to Block Ads? Wired Will Start Charging You for It

Offers ad-free version for $1 a week

Tech publisher Wired, which found that more than 20 percent of its daily readers use ad-blocking software, thinks it's found a way to recoup some of that lost advertising revenue:…

In a Major Sales Restructuring at Time Inc., 3 Top Execs Will Focus on Specific Categories

Automotive, pharmaceuticals, tech and telecom

Time Inc. today announced a major restructuring of its sales business that has three of the company's top publishing execs moving away from day-to-day magazine roles to instead focus on…

Fitbit Users Are Sassy (and Sweaty) in the Brand's First Super Bowl Spot

A smartwatch for every occasion

Fitbit is advertising in the Super Bowl for the first time this year with a playful ad for the Fitbit Blaze, its fitness-focused smartwatch. The spot, produced by Argonaut, flashes from…

The Atlantic Takes Top Honors at National Magazine Awards

Here are your 2016 Ellie winners

Last night in New York, the American Society of Magazine Editors handed out this year's National Magazine Awards (also known as Ellies) to 18 different print and digital publications. The…

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