The media world kicks off annual parties like the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards and the Alibaba Global Shopping Event. Runner’s World celebrated its 50th anniversary while People magazine partnered with […]
Time Inc. placed its advertisers front and center during its second NewFront presentation this morning at the Hudson Theater in Midtown Manhattan. Since last year's NewFronts, Time Inc. has delivered more than 1 billion video streams, with year-over-year unique views up 78 percent and engagement up 50 percent, per ComScore.
Holy cliffhanger! On March 21, 1980, Dallas fans were stunned as Larry Hagman's villainous J.R. Ewing was gunned down on the CBS drama's Season 3 finale.
The good and the bad were on full display in last night’s tweets for MTV’s Video Music Awards. Nicki Minaj's wardrobe malfunction and praise for Beyonce as the queen of the show topped Twitter posts, while, according to Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus has been recast as a Mother Theresa-styled celebrity for her work with the homeless.
Time Inc.’s People magazine is giving celebrities unprecedented access to its website—permitting them to post their unfiltered tweets and other content—through a partnership with startup WhoSay.
Peter Bauer, one of Time Inc.’s longer-serving executives, is hanging it up after 26 years at the magazine publishing giant. Bauer spent most of his career at Time Inc., most recently serving as vp of Time Inc. Branded Solutions, and survived a number of reorganizations and layoffs.