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Topic: Conde Nast

Bon Appétit Joins Reality Foodie Fray With New Bravo Show

Best New Restaurant is mag’s first foray into broadcast

For the first time in its 58-year history, Condé Nast’s Bon Appétit is hitting the airwaves. This January, the magazine will partner with Bravo on a new competition series, Best…

Details Launches Display Ad Network

Condé men's mag still on the hunt for a new publisher

In a first for Condé Nast, Details magazine is launching its own male-targeted digital display ad network. The Details Ad Collection, currently in beta mode with more than 20 members,…

With a Redesigned Website, The New Yorker Hires an Ad Agency

SS+K lands assignment after a review

The New Yorker has a redesigned website, a new paywall system in the works and now an ad agency to promote it all.  SS+K in New York has landed the assignment after…

Mixed Bag for Condé September Paging

Time Inc. finds success with InStyle, People StyleWatch

The September ad pages are continuing to roll in as fashion’s biggest month inches closer, and perennial winner Vogue has once again taken the top spot. The news was bittersweet…

Major Executive Shake-up at Condé Nast

Bob Sauerberg to expand role; Tom Wallace and John Bellando to exit

Condé Nast is in the midst of a major shake-up in its executive ranks that has president Bob Sauerberg greatly expanding his role and two major figures—COO and CFO John…

Condé Nast Entertainment Debuts The Scene

Platform features digital videos from magazine publisher, partners

Condé Nast Entertainment isn't just making a splash in the digital video space. The magazine publisher is making The Scene, a new platform that will curate video content from its…

IfOnly Sells 2,000 Experiences in Its First Year

Online store pitches dreams instead of products

While most of the online retail space focuses on selling goods, IfOnly offers adventures ranging from hanging out during Paul McCartney's soundcheck to watching a baseball game with San Francisco…

How Veteran TV Exec Dawn Ostroff Is Taking Condé Nast Beyond Print

A dozen films at studios, more than 30 in development

The century-old magazine giant Condé Nast made an eyebrow-raising announcement in October 2011. Faced with declining print revenue, the company said it was getting into the entertainment business. Even more…

HSBC Buys Out New Yorker Print, Digital Editions

Financial company sponsors this week's magazine

This week, The New Yorker is getting its first-ever multiplatform ad buyout thanks to HSBC. The seven-figure deal promoting the relaunch of HSBC’s Premier consumer program covers the full print,…

Condé Nast, Publicis, Google Launch Luxury Agency La Maison

Vogue design director to oversee content creation

Condé Nast is lending its luxury know-how to a new venture with Publicis Worldwide and Google. Called La Maison, the service will provide luxury clients with consumer insights, content and…

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