The title of "publisher" is no more at Condé Nast. Today, the legendary company unveiled a major reorganization of its advertising sales team that has single-title publishers giving way to multibrand "chief business officers" and category-specific "chief industry officers."
President-elect Donald Trump has inadvertently just given Condé Nast its biggest subscription day ever, all over a single tweet.
Adweek celebrated its annual L.A. Issue at Dollar Shave Club’s headquarters in Los Angeles; in New York, Happy Socks threw a bash at the Gramercy Hotel celebrating its partnership with […]
This week, New York Fashion Week took over the town, and the hottest magazines were around to toast the celebration. Harper's Bazaar hosted its annual Bazaar Icons event at the […]
Condé Nast is now tapping into Watson, IBM's super computer, to help build and strategize social influencer campaigns for brands.
Specs Who Amy Astley Current gig Editor in chief, Architectural Digest Previous gig Editor in chief, Teen Vogue Age 49
Mention the name Domino to any décor-savvy 30-something, and you're likely to get a squeal of excitement followed by a sigh of nostalgia.
CANNES, France—Location data company Blis today is announcing a private marketplace designed—among other things—to help media buyers understand whether their ads are served in a geographically accurate fashion.
Like many of its peers in the media space, Condé Nast is delving deeper into the data game. Today, the publisher is announcing the launch of Condé Nast Spire, a new division that will focus on finding links between consumers' purchasing activity and their content consumption by connecting Condé's own first-party behavioral data—it collects more than 1
The past year has seen plenty of shakeups on the business side at Condé Nast, and today there's some equally momentous news coming from its editorial ranks: Amy Astley, founding editor in chief of Teen Vogue, is taking over Archit