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Topic: Hearst Magazines

Veranda Taps Clinton Smith as Editor in Chief

Dara Caponigro to step down this fall

Last May, Dara Caponigro, the editor in chief of Hearst’s bimonthly shelter title Veranda, announced that she was planning to step down this fall. In a nod to the magazine’s Southern…

Hearst Projecting September Ad Growth for Fashion Set

Elle, Bazaar, Marie Claire closing record-breakers

Fashion magazines haven't yet closed their September issues in the hotly contested ad page race, but Hearst is hoping to grab the spotlight ahead of its rivals, revealing that Elle, Harper's…

Hearst, Dr. Oz Launching Magazine in 2014

Not just a 'health' magazine, says Oz

Hearst Magazines’ collaboration with Dr. Mehmet Oz—also known as the worst kept secret in the publishing industry—has finally been made official. Today, Hearst announced plans to launch a Dr. Oz-branded…

Steve Swartz Takes Helm at Hearst

Hints at acquisitions

Steve Swartz is a veteran of Hearst’s print business, but as he takes over as CEO this week, he underscored ways the leading magazine company is adapting its products to…

Hearst Launches Digital Cross-Country Sales Division

Totally Global Media to sell across Hearst and partner sites

In the magazine business, buying and selling ads across international editions has always presented its challenges. Most ad buying is done locally, and magazines often aren't set up to execute…

Hearst Magazines Hires President of Digital Media

New position will go to former Say president Troy Young

Hearst Magazines has put a lot of resources into developing its digital assets, and now the company is creating a new position to oversee its efforts. Today, Hearst announced that…

The Demise of Third-Party Cookies Could Help Premium Publishers

Facebook and Google are well positioned

First Safari and now Firefox are blocking third-party companies from dropping cookies on publishers’ sites to protect users’ privacy. Those moves hurt revenues of the smaller publishers that depend on…

Cosmo's Joanna Coles Wants to Talk Politics, Not Just Sex

Trashy ads out, political coverage in

It’s been just over six months since Joanna Coles took over as editor in chief of Cosmopolitan, bringing with her a long list of goals from reviving the legacy of…

Road & Track Drives Lifestyle Into Magazine

Redesign to feature 'thought pieces'

Move over, GQ? Road & Track, the 66-year-old car magazine has gotten a serious tune-up. The Hearst Magazines title is introducing a new look, content and focus with the May…

Publishers Talk Tablet Strategy at MPA Swipe 2.0

Flipboard, Hearst, New York mag show off new features

Yesterday, at the MPA-Association of Magazine Media's Swipe 2.0 conference in New York, speakers from across the publishing and tech industries gathered to show off their latest tablet products and…

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