Travel + Leisure has found a replacement for longtime editor in chief Nancy Novogrod, who announced last month that she’d be retiring after more than 20 years on the job. Time Inc.
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Travel + Leisure editor in chief Nancy Novogrod announced today that she plans to step down after more than two decades at the magazine’s helm.
In a well-kept secret for the usually gossipy media industry, Time Inc. has agreed to buy American Express’ luxury publishing division, which includes Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure and Departures. The price of the sale, expected to close in Q4, wasn't disclosed.
If the fashion’s record-breaking September issue paging is any indication, the luxury wave is still booming.
There are a lot of creative ways media outlets use Tumblr: to post niche content that wouldn’t otherwise get published, surface archived material, interact with their audiences and answer subscriber questions. But with as much freedom as the platform allows, companies tend to draw from their own resources and audiences.
Further evidence of the strength of luxury advertising in an otherwise slumping ad market, Departures this month is launching Home + Design, a one-off issue that will be delivered to half a million subscribers—otherwise known as American
American Express Publishing has given expanded duties to Steve DeLuca at a time when the company faces growing print competition for the luxury ad dollar.