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This afternoon at its New York headquarters, Hearst Magazines held what it’s calling “the very first magazine Upfront,” where it showcased new content for the coming year for an audience of media buyers and marketers.
After a strong showing in September, Hearst Magazines is looking to clean up again with its March issues on the strength of fashion, retail, luxury and beauty ads.
For years, marketers created kid-friendly versions of adult foods—Frosted Flakes are essentially sugar-coated corn flakes, for example. But lately, there’s been a push toward food marketing with the whole family in mind.
Can Food & Wine go where Food Network Magazine and Every Day With Rachael Ray have gone? In the latest effort to parlay a TV brand into print, Food & Wine will publish a 24-page section in its January issue called Top Chef Magazine.