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Topic: Magazines

Fashion Magazines See Little Newsstand Love in March

Only 'InStyle,' 'Glamour' manage increases

In January, when most of the major fashion and beauty titles reported ad page increases for their key March issues, the industry was looking forward to a sunny spring. Unfortunately,…

Editor Out at 'Inc.'

Eric Schurenberg to lead newly integrated editorial team

Mansueto Ventures is shaking up the masthead at Inc. as it integrates the magazine’s print and digital staffs. Eric Schurenberg has been named editor in chief of the brand for…

No Love for Women's Titles on ASME Magazine of the Year Finalists List

Lack of female noms draw criticism

The list of finalists for ASME’s Magazine of the Year award are out, and this year, Esquire, New York, Time, The New Yorker and Popular Mechanics will be competing for…

MPA Levels Playing Field for Publishers' Tablet Data

Asks publishers to use specific metrics, language

The varying sets of rules determining how magazines can access their tablet subscribers’ information across different platforms—Apple has always been especially stingy with the statistics—has long irked publishers. But as…

Forbes Relaunches Luxury Lifestyle Title 'ForbesLife'

New magazine will be available on newsstands

Twenty-two years after launching its luxury lifestyle supplement ForbesLife, Forbes Media is revamping the title. The magazine previously was available to subscribers only, but in its newest incarnation, it will…

New iPad Is Messing Up Magazines

Images seem blurred on the tablet

Despite its many bells and whistles, Apple’s new iPad 3 has been the subject of complaints since the device’s March 16th release date. Most recently, Mashable noted that magazines have a…

Will the Kindle Fire Be an iPad Killer?

Virtues and downsides for magazines debated

When Amazon released the Kindle Fire last November, it was heralded as the first tablet with a shot at loosening Apple’s stronghold on the market. But with Apple still dominating…

MPA Conference Shows Tablets Dominating, Publishers Adapting

Social integration said vital to tablet magazine experience

There’s no doubt about it: tablets are taking over. Eleven percent of the total U.S. population used iPads and various other tablet devices last year. By 2014, that percentage is…

The Young Influentials

Adweek picks 20 under 40 who are wicked smart and rebooting your world

In the domains of media, marketing and technology, to be merely young and successful isn’t so remarkable. But to be influential—seriously influential—is something else altogether: to imagine the truly new…

Pew Survey Shows Technology Outpacing News

One in four now get news from mobile devices

With more than a quarter of Americans getting their news from mobile devices, adapting to digital platforms is more crucial than ever for news organizations. But according to the 2012…

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