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Topic: Hearst

Popular Mechanics Taps Esquire Alum as New Editor in Chief

David Granger also joining as editorial director

Hearst has named a new top editor at Popular Mechanics following current editor in chief Jim Meigs saying that he would leave the title after 10 years to work on…

Hearst Rolls Out Cross-Brand Beauty Initiative

Tablet-only supplement to debut with May issues

Over the past few years, beauty has remained a consistent high spot in the often-rocky landscape of women’s magazine advertising. This month, Hearst is taking full advantage of the category’s…

Condé Nast Shakes Up Self [Updated]

Editor Lucy Danziger and vp, publisher Laura McEwen step down

Condé Nast has tapped Cosmopolitan executive editor Joyce Chang as editor in chief of Self magazine, the publishing company announced today. She begins on May 1.   Joyce Chang Chang succeeds Lucy…

A Candid Conversation With 5 Women Leaders of Advertising and Media

The triumphs and trials of smashing the ceiling

Two years ago, Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote a provocative essay in The Atlantic called "Why Women Still Can't Have It All." The piece, which sparked a national debate about the impossibilities…

ASME Announces 2014 National Magazine Award Nominees

Condé leads the pack with 30 nods

The American Society of Magazine Editors released its list of finalists for the 2014 National Magazine Awards (or “Ellies,” as they’re known in the industry) today, and with a total…

Confessions of a Data Broker

Acxiom’s CEO Scott Howe explains how self-regulation can work

Not long ago, data brokers—companies that compile databases of consumer information and then sell them to marketers—toiled in the shadows of media and advertising, seen as largely responsible for those…

Hearst Is Staking Its Future on an Editor Turned CEO

After a record $10 billion year

When SmartMoney made its debut in 1992, it was anything but another staid business magazine. A joint venture of Dow Jones and Hearst Magazines, it mixed humor with provocative stories,…

Hearst Sets Launch for First Issue of Dr. Oz, The Good Life

Oz to appear on first several covers

Hearst Magazines will roll out its newest title, Dr. Oz, The Good Life, Feb. 4. With 800,000 copies being distributed, including 375,000 copies on newsstands for $3.99 and another 425,000…

What Exactly Is Going On at iCrossing?

Hearst's digital agency is beset by turnover as it expands beyond search

These are boom times for digital agencies—particularly those that have stayed in stride with the latest hot trend. Where search was the discipline clients craved five years ago—thanks, Google—social and…

Publishers Fête the Holiday Season

Condé heads to the Met, Time Inc. stays close to home

With holiday season in full swing, publishers have been gathering around the city to toast their various magazines. While the low-key trend of years past persisted in many corners, other…

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