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Topic: Bloomberg Businessweek

Photos From the Hottest End-of-the-Year Festivities in Media and Marketing

Seth Meyers, Magic Johnson and Michael Bloomberg make appearances

From left, Josh Tyrangiel, CCO, Bloomberg Media; actor Seth Meyers; and Michael Bloomberg, CEO of Bloomberg LP, celebrate Bloomberg Businessweek’s 85th anniversary.

Businessweek Art Director Richard Turley Leaves for MTV

Announces move on Tumblr

Richard Turley is set to make waves in the design world at a completely new port of call: MTV. The always interesting, sometimes controversial Bloomberg Businessweek art director announced the move…

Fortune Reports on Bloomberg's 'Identity Crisis'

Details internal troubles rocking news organization

Just two weeks after the New York Times detailed some “troubling developments” at Bloomberg L.P.—including a softening of terminal sales and a recent controversy over a Bloomberg News article being pulled…

After New York Magazine Cuts Frequency, Will Other Weeklies Follow?

Handicapping the field

New York magazine surprised the media world with its announcement that it will go twice-monthly, but the high printing and distribution costs associated with publishing a weekly magazine aren’t lost…

Bloomberg LP Launches Franchise in Unusual Collaboration

Attempt to grow media side of the business

Bloomberg LP is launching a new franchise that involves an unprecedented amount of collaboration between its business units. The Year Ahead: 2014, a primer for CEOs, will involve 10 platforms…

Bloomberg LP Poaches Atlantic Media's Justin Smith

To run global media business

Bloomberg LP has made another big raid on old media again, poaching Justin Smith from the Atlantic Media Co. to be global media CEO. Smith is the Atlantic Media president…

Millennials Unhappy With Businessweek Campaign Mocking Them

Deny that they're lazy

Bloomberg Businessweek took an interesting approach in its effort to court millennials when it shamed them for still living at home with mom and dad and then invited them to subscribe,…

End of Saturday Delivery Puts Magazines, Newpapers in Bind

Change set to take effect Aug. 5

Weekly newsmagazines, already challenged to stay relevant when news is available around the clock, now have to figure out how to make sure they get in readers’ hands on a…

Time Cuts Back in 2013

In unusual step, weekly will publish three double issues

In an unusual step for Time, the newsweekly is publishing three fewer issues this year, for a total of 48. Time usually only had one double issue, its year-end Person…

Weeklies Ready Obama Election Coverage [Updated]

Businessweek digitally ages both candidates

Now that the presidential race is finally over—without being dragged out for days as many had feared—weekly news magazines can decisively plan their Obama victory covers. In some cases, that…

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