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."
Martha Stewart has always been on top of trends, often setting them herself. Before she became a social media star (and landed a show with Snoop Dogg) she was known as a pioneer in the print magazine business.
The longest presidential campaign any of us can remember—with one of the most shocking outcomes, at least to the media—not only dominated our consciousness and conversation in 2016, it also […]
Joanna Coles' steady rise to the top at Hearst Magazines has reached a new high, with the well-regarded Cosmopolitan editor in chief (and two-time Adweek Hot List Editor of the Y
The publisher title is no more at Time Inc., which today is continuing to shake things up in its top ranks.
A new magazine hit newsstands this week—a niche cooking magazine called Sous-Vide—and the team behind it might surprise you.
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
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Among a field that included Donald Trump and the leader of ISIS, Time surprised many this morning when it named German Chancellor Angela Merkel as its Person of the Year.