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Gannett Debuts an Immersive Mobile Version of Its Gravity Ad Unit

LG is first featured advertiser

Gannett is looking to give smartphone users an IMAX-style experience, launching a mobile version of its Gravity advertising technology. The ad unit is available starting today on USA Today platforms for both…

Meredith Corp. Bought an Ad-Tech Company to Make Grocery Shopping Easier

Brings together mobile, e-commerce and native ads

Women's magazine publisher Meredith Corp. has acquired Grocery Server, a digital firm that powers location-based ads for food and retail brands. Grocery Server was founded in 2008 as an ad platform…

Bloomberg Parts With Digital Editor Joshua Topolsky

He joined one year ago to oversee website relaunch

Joshua Topolsky, Bloomberg's digital editor, left the company this morning. The departure was amicable and mutually agreed upon, both parties report. "The last year at Bloomberg has been an incredible experience for…

Amy Schumer Narrates the Extremely Awkward Experience of Her Glamour Cover Shoot

Not her most enjoyable day

Glamour is getting good at video content tied to its cover models and other interviewees. A couple of months ago, we got Anna Kendrick's take on Reddit's Shower Thoughts. And…

Time Inc.'s Digital Innovation Group Is Launching Its Next Big Vertical, 'The Drive'

Cars for the under-35 crowd

Time Inc. is betting big on digital-only brands. After launching home site The Snug and beauty site Mimi earlier this year, the company is set to unveil another brand new…

Cannes Lions Releases Name of Journalist Who Died During the Festival

Michael König of Germany collapsed in press center

CANNES, France—This year's Cannes Lions festival proved doubly tragic as the death of a Google marketing employee was followed by that of a German journalist. On the opening day of the…

Why Vanity Fair’s Caitlyn Jenner Cover Became Instantly Iconic

Plus, legends weigh in on other memorable mags

Vanity Fair made headlines this month with the release of its July 2015 cover, featuring a photograph of Caitlyn Jenner shot by Annie Leibovitz. It didn't take long for the…

Rolling Stone Wants the Whole World to Think, and Dress, Just Like Steve Jobs

'Question everything,' says new ad

In this amusing 90-second spot for Rolling Stone, men and women of all sorts dress up like Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs. They don wire-rim specs, black turtlenecks and blue…

Take a Tour of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

See where the editors taste the magazine's recipes

High above New York City on the 35th floor of One World Trade Center is the test kitchen for Bon Appétit magazine. It's here editors test the recipes foodies everywhere rely…

For The NYT, Digitizing 16,000 Recipes From Its Past Is Part of Securing Its Future

Food editor Sam Sifton says it's about service

Specs Current gig Food editor at The New York Times Previous gig National editor at The New York Times Age 48 National editor to food editor seems like a big shift. How's that…

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