Glamour Is the Latest Magazine to Enlist Celeb Writers to Generate Buzz

Lately, the buzziest magazine writers aren’t J-school alums—they’re A-list celebrities.

Brides To Launch YouTube Competition Series

Condé Nast’s Brides is jumping on the digital video trend for its Brides Live Wedding, where readers can plan a couple’s wedding via social media by voting on everything from the dress to the flowers. The program, in its second year, includes a weekly episodic series on YouTube.

First Mover: Keija Minor

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Battle of the Brides

Wedding drama is nothing new, as anyone who has ever tried to orchestrate their nuptials can probably attest. Now there's a bit of a brouhaha in the bridal media world, where two major outlets are vying to produce the first live wedding in the digital space.

Anne Fulenwider Named Editor in Chief of ‘Marie Claire’

Just a few hours after news broke of Marie Claire editor Joanna Coles' move to Cosmopolitan, Hearst Magazines quashed budding rumors of who will inherit Coles' throne by announcing her successor: Brides editor in chief Anne Fulenwider.

‘Brides’ Overhauls Strategy With Bimonthly Schedule

Two years ago, Condé Nast closed two of its three bridal books—Modern Bride and Elegant Bride—and doubled the frequency of Brides, the remaining one, to monthly. Now, Condé is reversing course, returning to a bimonthly schedule in 2013.

‘Brides’ Refreshes With New Look, Content

Last fall, in the midst of a publisher shake-up across Condé Nast, Brides magazine found itself in the hands of a new publisher—Michelle Myers, formerly at Lucky—and a new editor in chief—Anne Fulenwider, previously the executive editor of Hearst’s

High-Level Publisher Shuffle at Condé Nast

The rounds of musical chairs that have been anticipated at Condé Nast for some time now have begun in earnest, kicking off on Thursday and continuing today with a series of shuffles of some of the company's senior publishers.

Condé Nast Fires Longtime ‘Brides’ Editor

Long-expected changes at Condé Nast started Sept. 15 when Millie Martini Bratten was replaced after 17 years as editor in chief of Brides and more than 30 at the company.