Jess Cagle

Facetime: End of Summer Roundup

The media world was out in full force, enjoying the last days of summer on both coasts. In Los Angeles, the Emmy Awards took everyone's attention, while in New York […]

Time Inc. Reorganizes Into 4 Distinct Brand Groups

The news cycle isn't slowing down at Time Inc., which just a week after announcing a major restructuring, is reorganizing its editorial division.

Facetime: Network Upfronts in Full Swing

This week, across New York City, tv networks presented the best of their talent, programming and execs to advertisers in a bid to the fall lineup. Samantha Bee got laughs […]

Media and Entertainment Stars Toasted the Oscars

The 87th Academy Awards were held in LA on Feb. 22, where the biggest stars in media and entertainment celebrated another year in film.

People Magazine Editor Jess Cagle Dishes on the Brand’s First Live Awards Show

People magazine isn't just covering awards season from the sidelines this year. For the first time, the brand is hosting its own live awards ceremony, The People Magazine Awards, which airs tonight at 9 ET on NBC.

SI’s Matt Bean Named Editor of Entertainment Weekly

One month after editor Jess Cagle left day-to-day editorial duties at Entertainment Weekly to take the top spot at People, Time Inc. has found his successor: Matt Bean, who was most recently the managing editor of

Jess Cagle Chats About His New Gig at People

Time Inc. today plucked Jess Cagle from Entertainment Weekly to be the new editor of its crown jewel, People. He succeeds Larry Hackett, who had the job for eight years. Cagle, 48, chatted with Adweek about his new role. Here’s our transcript, lightly edited.

Time Inc. Names New Editor at People

Time Inc. has changed the leadership at its most famous and lucrative title, naming Jess Cagle to replace Larry Hackett as the top editor of People.

A-Listers Don’t Sell Celeb Magazines the Way They Used To

Movie stars are no longer a sure thing for magazines anymore.  

Ken Tucker Leaves Entertainment Weekly

Ken Tucker, one of the founding staffers of Entertainment Weekly, is taking a buyout.Jess Cagle, the magazine's managing editor, said Tucker was on the startup team that launched EW in 1989. Tucker announced his move in a tweet: