Instagram has developed tools to help people considering self-harm, and as part of the new initiative, Seventeen magazine and Instagram are welcoming everyone with open arms with a new hashtag.
A hot messaging app is starting to get more targeted with its fledgling ad business. Kik said today that it is giving brands the ability to deliver promoted messages based on gender, country and device—Apple or Android.
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.
This afternoon at its New York headquarters, Hearst Magazines held what it’s calling “the very first magazine Upfront,” where it showcased new content for the coming year for an audience of media buyers and marketers.
Mary Morgan, the vp, publisher and chief revenue officer of Hearst’s Redbook, is packing up after spending a decade at the women's service title. Today, Hearst Magazines announced that Morgan would be leaving Redbook and plans to retire to her home in Cape Cod.
After a strong showing in September, Hearst Magazines is looking to clean up again with its March issues on the strength of fashion, retail, luxury and beauty ads.
Time, Newsweek, The Nation: These are the kinds of magazines where political junkies expect to find election news. But at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, delegates rubbed elbows with reporters from magazines known less for their election coverage than for forecasting fashion trends.
Teen Vogue editor in chief Amy Astley was out of town last week when two teen activists started a petition asking the magazine to follow in rival Seventeen’s footsteps and run photos of “real girls.” Now, the magazine has issued a statement defending