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Topic: New York Magazine

After New York Magazine Cuts Frequency, Will Other Weeklies Follow?

Handicapping the field

New York magazine surprised the media world with its announcement that it will go twice-monthly, but the high printing and distribution costs associated with publishing a weekly magazine aren’t lost…

New York Mag Goes Biweekly

Will bulk up online with new hires, content

Underscoring the difficulties facing print media, New York magazine today confirmed speculation that it’s going biweekly. Starting with the March 3, 2014, issue, the 45-year-old magazine will publish 29 issues…

Twitter's TV Ad Targeting Uses 'Video Fingerprinting'

New system could boost Promoted Tweets' effectiveness

Twitter today announced a new program designed to help brands sync up television ads and Promoted Tweets through the use of a cutting-edge "video fingerprinting" technology. Via a data dashboard, digital marketers can…

Dwell and NY Mag Repeat City Modern Collaboration

Design festival to reflect life after Hurricane Sandy

New York and Dwell magazines are prepping their second City Modern festival, an unusual cross-title collaboration consisting of a week of events and home tours for consumers and trade professionals. The…

ASME Names Magazine of the Year Finalists

Honors print and digital excellence

Following last week’s nominations for the 2013 National Magazine Awards, the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) has announced the finalists for the year’s top prize, Magazine of the Year,…

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…

New York Magazine Launches Enhanced iPad App

Integrates content from NYMag.com blog network

New York magazine is finally scrapping its digital replica app and launching a new interactive version of its weekly print magazine that was created with digital design agency The Wonderfactory…

Holiday Mag Discounts: Good for Subscribers, Bad for Business?

The pros and cons of slashing subscription prices

‘Tis the season for huge savings. Whether they’re buying a car, TV or the latest Barbie, customers expect big price drops during the holiday season. The same goes in the…

NYT, WSJ Resume Charging for Online Content

Storm's over: Pay up

With the weather emergency subsiding, the paywalls have returned to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal websites. Both papers unlocked their sites ahead of Hurricane Sandy to…

First Mover: Joanna Coles

Cosmo's new editor on being scolded by HGB and the right to go bare down there (or not)

Specs Age 50 New gig Editor in chief, Cosmopolitan Old gig Editor in chief, Marie Claire You started as a reporter for The Spectator and later worked for The Guardian and The Times of…

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