Glam Media

Glam NewFront Is Now a la Mode [Video]

With its new name, the Glam network takes a new direction.

Glam Media Rebrands as Mode Media and Takes On Netflix

Glam Media changed its name to Mode Media at its NewFronts event today in New York.

Publishing Vet Dan Lagani Named CRO of Glam Media

Online lifestyle network Glam Media has tapped publishing veteran Dan Lagani as its first CRO and president, the company announced today. Lagani most recently served as president of North America at Reader’s Digest Association.

Annalect’s CMO Explains Why New York Beats Silicon Valley

Do Advertisers Have Any Use for Blog Networks?

As the digital ad market races toward programmatic and native, do advertisers have any use for blog networks like Glam Media and Say Media?

Suspicious Web Domains Cost Online Ad Business $400m per Year

If your therapist thinks you have trust issues, you might just work in online advertising. That’s because it’s getting harder and harder to know what’s real and what isn’t on the Web. And if you don’t believe in ghosts, maybe you should.

The Demise of Third-Party Cookies Could Help Premium Publishers

First Safari and now Firefox are blocking third-party companies from dropping cookies on publishers’ sites to protect users’ privacy. Those moves hurt revenues of the smaller publishers that depend on third parties to sell ads.

Pinterest’s First Acquisition Is a Recipe Site

This may be the year Pinterest gets acquired, but the social scrapbooking site kicked off 2013 with an acquisition of its own, its first in fact. Pinterest has acquired two-year-old recipe site Punchfork.

Glam’s Foodie Still Tinkering With Recipe

After Glam Media launched the culinary social community Foodie in February—around the same time Pinterest blew up—Glam’s chief digital marketing officer Erin Matts noticed something.

IAB’s Rising Stars Shine, but on the Horizon

When the IAB showcased a collection of its Rising Star rich media units in February, there was genuine hope that these bold, splashy ads could inject new life into the increasingly savaged banner. But it’s unclear if that has happened just yet.