Advertisement

The Press

:

Articles

House Beautiful Names New Editor in Chief

Sophie Donelson recently consulted with e-commerce, lifestyle brands

Hearst Magazines has finally found a replacement for House Beautiful editor in chief Newell Turner, who announced plans to step down more than two years ago when he was made…

Ev Williams: Why I Don't Care if Instagram Has More Users Than Twitter

One metric doesn't tell the whole story

This article first appeared, in a slightly different form, at Medium.com.   I was recently quoted as saying "I don't give a shit" if Instagram has more users than Twitter. If you read…

Eric Garner and Michael Brown Join MLK as Civil Rights Martyrs on New Yorker's Cover

'Dream of Reconciliation' also includes slain officer Wenjian Liu

Over the past year, race relations in America have been more volatile than at almost any time since the 1960s, a fact The New Yorker's cover next week will highlight…

New York Leads 2015 National Magazine Awards Nominations

But Condé boasts the most nods per publisher

Today, the American Society of Magazine Editors released the list of finalists for the 2015 National Magazine Awards (or "Ellies," after the elephant-shaped statuette given to winners). For the second…

Medium Sits Down With Jason Segel on Its First Web Video Series

Show could expand ad opportunities

Most people see Medium as a place ruled by the written word, but the blog platform doesn't want to be limited to plain text. It recently launched Foreword, its first…

Hearst to Introduce Company-Wide Editorial Awards

Inaugural ceremony will be held in April

For the past several years, Hearst has handed out its annual Tower Awards to the magazines boasting the strongest business performance. This coming spring, the publisher will also start honoring…

9 Popular Sites Become Core of New Adweek Blog Network

Previous parent Mediabistro refocuses on recruitment and professional development

A diverse collection of industry blogs previously owned by Mediabistro today has been integrated into Adweek.com as the new Adweek Blog Network. Purchased by Adweek's parent company in 2014, the sites…

The Intercept Found Serial's Elusive Jay, but Can It Find a Profitable Future? [UPDATED]

Investigative site looks for ways to generate revenue long-term

Last month, The Intercept scored an exclusive interview with Jay, a suspect in the murky murder case detailed in the hit podcast Serial. That was happy news for the beleaguered…

Reported.ly Wants to Be the First Truly Social News Service

Instead of driving readers to a site, Andy Carvin flips the formula

The problem with the way journalists deliver news in social media, according to Andy Carvin, is that they're not actually delivering the news. Instead, the former NPR social media strategist says,…

Sports Illustrated Is Unveiling Its Swimsuit Issue in a Not-So-Sunny Location

It's going to be a hot winter in Nashville

This year, Sports Illustrated is kicking off the biggest celebration yet for its annual Swimsuit Issue in a city that's not exactly synonymous with sun and sand: Nashville, Tenn. On Feb.…

Advertisement
Adweek Blog Network