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Publisher Reach on Facebook Is Down 42%

The 'pretty notable drop' happened over the past 5 months

Publishers who have noticed their overall reach on Facebook has dramatically declined over the past few months can at least have peace of mind that they're not alone. According to an…

Some Very Ugly Fish Star in This Bizarre Ad About Investigative Journalism

But is the advertiser in over its head?

The news is like the ocean. On the surface, everything might seem pretty, but the further down you go, the worse things look.  That, at least, is the metaphor behind a…

What Lies Ahead for Gawker Now that a Tech Billionaire Is Bankrolling Lawsuits Against It?

Cash-strapped company reportedly looking to sell

If you thought the Gawker saga would slow down as we creep closer to Memorial Day weekend, you thought wrong. Following a dizzying 24 hours that ended with Silicon Valley billionaire…

Judge Denies Motion for New Gawker-Hulk Hogan Trial Following Peter Thiel Bombshell

Tech billionaire has reportedly been bankrolling Hogan's suit

Gawker was just handed another loss in court this afternoon, when a Florida state court judge upheld the jury verdict rendered two months ago in the lawsuit from Hulk Hogan. During…

Facetime: Network Upfronts in Full Swing

Robert Greenblatt, Mark Burnett, Samantha Bee and more

This week, across New York City, tv networks presented the best of their talent, programming and execs to advertisers in a bid to the fall lineup. Samantha Bee got laughs…

Esquire's New Editor Wants to 'Reimagine the Way Fashion Can Be Done'

Jay Fielden on female voices in men's magazines

Specs Current gig Editor in chief of Esquire; editorial director of Town & Country Previous gig Editor in chief of Town & Country Age 46 Twitter @jayfielden Adweek: Growing up, were you…

This Newspaper Used an Algorithm to Play a Nasty Trick on Readers in Comments Section

Inverting opinions gives them a taste of censorship

A publication in Pakistan is taking an aggressive approach to stressing the importance of press freedoms—by helping readers better understand the unpleasantness of having their own words inverted. The Daily Times…

In Its Third Year, New York Magazine's Vulture Festival Is Bigger Than Ever

It's also an opportunity for sponsors to connect with cultured millennials

For magazine publishers looking to recoup lost print dollars, live events are becoming increasingly important as independent revenue streams. Over the past several years, titles like Cosmopolitan, Sports Illustrated and…

Teen Vogue's Amy Astley Named Editor of Architectural Digest

A trio of directors will run the magazine in her place

The past year has seen plenty of shakeups on the business side at Condé Nast, and today there's some equally momentous news coming from its editorial ranks: Amy Astley, founding…

The New Yorker's Cover, and Qualcomm Ads, Come to Life This Week via Augmented Reality

Christoph Niemann fronts the Innovators Issue

The new issue of The New Yorker, on newsstands today, comes with a tech tie-in befitting its title of Innovators Issue—a cover, designed by Christoph Niemann, that springs to life…

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