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Topic: Hearst

Hearst Touts Live Events at 'Magazine Upfront'

Get ready for a Cosmo conference and Food Network mag festival

This afternoon at its New York headquarters, Hearst Magazines held what it’s calling “the very first magazine Upfront,” where it showcased new content for the coming year for an audience…

Country Living Gets New Editor, New Home in Birmingham

The mag's edit side will leave New York next year

Country Living is getting a new editorial team and new home base, publisher Hearst announced today. Rachel Hardage Barrett, currently executive editor of Time Inc.’s Southern Living, will take over…

Hearst Replaces Web Editors at Cosmo and Elle

New talent comes from BuzzFeed, Fashionista

Hearst has shaken up the top Web jobs at Cosmopolitan and Elle. The magazine publisher's digital arm just announced that Amy Odell, who previously edited fashion coverage at BuzzFeed, will serve…

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…

Esquire Experiments With Online Paywall

August feature now available as stand-alone for $1.99

For the first time, Esquire is dipping its toe into the realm of paid Web content. This morning, the Hearst Magazines title published “The Prophet,” a feature from its August…

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…

iCrossing CEO Don Scales Steps Down

Brian Powley takes the helm

Don Scales, iCrossing CEO, is leaving the company effective immediately and will be replaced by Brian Powley, who currently serves as North American president of the New York-based digital agency. Scales…

Marie Claire Hosts 'Women Taking the Lead' Luncheon

Awards given to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Katie Couric

Hearst Magazines has been intent on adding some heft to its fashion books over the past year. First, there was Cosmopolitan, which under the leadership of Joanna Coles has put…

Hearst Is the Latest Publisher to Jump On Native Ad Trend

Scale across brands

Hearst Magazines is the latest publisher to join the native ad gold rush, with new products that will let advertisers run their messages into editorial real estate and, if desired,…

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