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Topic: Hearst

Publisher Mary Morgan Departs Redbook

Seventeen publisher Jayne Jamison adds Redbook to her roster

Mary Morgan, the vp, publisher and chief revenue officer of Hearst’s Redbook, is packing up after spending a decade at the women's service title. Today, Hearst Magazines announced that Morgan…

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…

Hearst Reaches Goal of 1 Million Tablet Subscribers

Exec predicts 3 million by 2016

Hearst has met what seemed like a lofty goal, according to Mashable: 1 million tablet subscribers for its print portfolio—which includes Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Popular Mechanics. This is an increase…

Lucy Kaylin Named EIC of O, the Oprah Magazine

Susan Casey stepping down to focus on book career

Hearst Magazines is making a top-level change at O, The Oprah magazine, said to be one of its most profitable titles, replacing editor in chief Susan Casey with her No.…

Magazine Ad Pages Decline in Q1

Major publishers still see increases, though

Consumer magazines' advertising woes continued in the first quarter of 2013, with ad pages slipping 4.8 percent versus the year-ago period on declines in nine out of the 12 top…

National Magazine Award Finalists Announced

Condé Nast leads with 26 nods, NatGeo scores 7

The American Society of Magazine Editors has released its list of finalists for the 2013 National Magazine Awards—also known as the “Ellies” for the elephant-shaped statuette winners receive. Condé Nast was,…

Premium Publishers Give Private Marketplaces Another Look

Technology has improved

After a burst of initial announcements of private exchanges, followed by a lull in activity, private marketplaces are getting another look by premium publishers as the technology has improved and…

Redbook Redesign Puts Focus on Fashion, Beauty, Shopping

Say goodbye to Crock-Pot recipes

Redbook, which has tried to break itself away from the women's magazine pack by aiming at young, married moms, has now decided that those women would like fewer parenting tips…

Carine Roitfeld Talks About Leaving Condé Nast

The former Vogue Paris editor on her newest obsessions

Carine Roitfeld hasn’t slowed down since ending her decade-long editorship of Vogue Paris last year. She launched the magazine CR Fashion Book, collaborated with MAC on a cosmetics collection, was…

New Cosmo Site Feature Lets Viewers 'WTF' or 'OMG' a Story

Partnership with Social Amp lets readers react to stories via Facebook

Apart from the ubiquitous “like,” magazine fans don’t typically have many options for interacting with their favorite titles on Facebook. That’s why, when Facebook announced the release of Open Graph…

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