There may be no group more hungry for information—and more desperate for news and gossip—than those who populate the halls of power in Washington, D.C. From congressional staffers to K Street lobbyists, the nation's capital—like Wall Street—feeds on immediate access to the most up-to-the-minute content.
The Atlantic’s creative marketing arm, Atlantic Re:think, recently overhauled its native ad strategy, introducing a new responsive, immersive and highly customizable platform for long-form branded content.
Just a few weeks after The Atlantic president M. Scott Havens announced that he'd be leaving for Time Inc. at the end of the month, Atlantic Media is getting another big executive shakeup, this time in its government-focused Washington division.
Time Inc. has made a big digital hire as it prepares for its spinoff later this year, naming The Atlantic president M. Scott Havens as svp of digital for cash cow People, Time, Sports Illustrated and business brands.
Richard Just has been named the new editor of Atlantic Media’s National Journal magazine. Just will start March 10 and be based at the publication’s D.C. headquarters. The announcement was made by Tim Grieve, National Journal's editor in chief.
The Atlantic is announcing a leadership change today. Hayley Romer has been promoted to vp and publisher, leading ad efforts across its print and digital platforms.
It's been pretty quiet since Justin Smith started as CEO of the Bloomberg Media Group Sept. 18. But today, he sent around a memo announcing a “hundred-day strategy process” to chart the company’s course for growth for the next few years.
Atlantic Media is shaking things up at National Journal, its publication for Beltway wonks. On Friday, owner David Bradley announced that Charlie Green, the magazine’s longtime editor, would leave the company at the end of the year after 16 years.
Six months after launching digital business site Quartz, Atlantic Media is preparing to roll out its fifth brand and second "digital-first" property.