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Topic: consumer magazines

Revealed: The Winners of Adweek's 2014 Hot List

Our picks for the year’s best in magazines, television and digital media

What a year in media. Prime-time's drama queen Shonda Rhimes—plus literally anything HBO did—kept us from cutting the cord. Netflix, Instagram and Minecraft continued to dominate our digital lives, while…

Check Out the Winners of the Magazine Hot List

Bazaar is best of 2014, plus our picks for editor and publisher of the year

JCPenney One of 10 Brands Predicted to Die in Next Year

Volvo, WNBA, Martha Stewart Living, Nook also named

As new brands are brought to life in the evolution of various verticals, others will inevitably give up the ghost. While obsolesence related to industrial shifts is the No. 1…

Condé Nast Finds Magazine Readership Growing Among Millennials

Fashion, men's mags add young readers

It’s a fairly common assumption that millennials don’t read print media because they’re all too busy browsing blogs, clicking on Facebook links and watching YouTube videos to crack open a…

MRI: Magazine Digital Readership Tiny but Growing

Auto, gaming magazines pull in more readers; fashion, news lose

Magazines' digital readership is making gains, but not enough to offset a decline in print readership, according to the latest GfK MRI Survey of the American Consumer, which tracks magazine…

The 10 Most Controversial Mag Covers (Recently) Published

These images shocked, awed, made you buy and/or made you talk

Sex sells. If it bleeds, it leads. There is value to shock—you don't have to be slinging dirt for TMZ to understand that. Some of the most controversial images ever…

New Report Sees More Tough Years Ahead for Magazines

Digital ads, circulation will improve, but it's not enough

Digital circulation and advertising will create a new source of revenue for consumer magazines across North America, a new industry forecast says. But even by 2015, overall spending on magazines…

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