Magazines celebrated their fall issues with star-studded cocktail parties; Adweek’s Media Plan of the Year presented by The Trade Desk brought out media’s heavy hitters, and NBCUniversal celebrated the Emmys […]
Bonnier’s food magazine Saveur has found a replacement for former editor in chief James Oseland, who left last month to oversee the relaunch of Rodale’s Organic Gardening.
James Oseland is resigning as editor in chief of Bonnier Corp.'s critically acclaimed food title Saveur and heading to Rodale where he'll oversee the relaunch of Organic Gardening as a new multiplatform brand titled Rodale’s Organic Life.
Fewer new magazines are launching. But fewer are folding, too.Only 97 new print and digital magazines launched in the first half of 2013, down from 133 in the year-ago period, according to figures released today by MediaFinder.com, an online database of U.S. and Canadian publications.
Once upon a time, the hottest kind of publisher to be in the U.S. was a European one. Companies like Bonnier, Dennis, Emap, Bauer and Hachette Filipacchi established footholds in the States with buzzy titles, made big acquisitions and touted cross-Atlantic success of the Euro business model (heavy on newsstand sales, light on subscriptions).
Less than a week after divesting itself of Parenting and Babytalk magazines, Bonnier is moving ahead with its new testosterone-fueled game plan.
From Top Chef to Iron Chef to Hell’s Kitchen, the TV schedule is packed with culinary competition shows. But when it comes to Americans’ insatiable appetite for all things foodie, there’s always room for more.
On Thursday (Oct. 25), Microsoft officially launched two crucial, highly anticipated products: its first-ever computer, the 10.8-inch Surface tablet; and Windows 8, the new operating system on which the Surface will run.
Google is making a run at Apple and other players in the burgeoning tablet market. And its new $199 Nexus 7 tablet, along with a host of content options available in the company's fledgling Google Play store, seems to offer publishers a lot of the things they were missing from Apple.