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 […]
The 2016 class of Young Influentials features an impressive lineup of mind-blowing talent, all game changers under 40 who've made waves in the worlds of media, marketing, technology and entertainment. […]
Earlier this year, Sports Illustrated made national headlines for featuring a plus-size model on the cover of its iconic Swimsuit Issue for the first time ever. Upon the cover's reveal, editor MJ Day proclaimed, "Beauty is not cookie-cutter.
Overhauling the status quo at a massive media company can be a daunting task. When that company has as deep a legacy as the 128-year-old Hearst does, that task gets even harder. Add in a slew of strong-willed editors overseeing 19 independent brands, and it's nearly impossible.
If we learned anything in 2015, it was that the death of print media has been greatly exaggerated. This year, magazines were responsible for bringing us some of the biggest […]
Agency luminaries gathered for Adweek’s second annual Watch Awards in New York, and Michael Kassan hosted the media world for a summer cocktail fete in East Hampton. Here's a look […]
In September, Redbook will break away from the traditional celebrity cover model. Instead, the Hearst title will feature a group of real women—all winners of the magazine's second annual Real Women Style Awards—on the cover of its fall fashion issue.
Barely an hour after Cosmopolitan editor in chief Joanna Coles wrapped up a panel at Advertising Week, where she discussed marketing to women with Facebook CMO (and Cosmo careers editor) Sheryl Sandberg, Hearst announced that Coles had added another major title to her existing one: editorial director of Seventeen magazine.