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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…

April 7, 2014, 12:56 PM EDT

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…

May 15, 2013, 1:46 PM EDT

Women's Service Mags Trade Housekeeping for Style Shift tone without losing their identity

Traditionally the purveyor of recipes and cleaning tips, women’s service magazines have come a long way, but apparently not far enough. More than a decade ago, Real Simple and O,…

March 11, 2013, 11:31 PM EDT

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…

March 5, 2013, 1:49 PM EST

Redbook, Now for Parents Mini-magazine for parents will be included with November issues

Redbook-reading moms will get something extra with their November issues of the women’s service magazine. Using subscriber data to target readers with kids aged 12 and under, Redbook is polybagging…

October 10, 2012, 11:38 AM EDT

The Lash Stand Will new attitudes and regulatory oversight hit delete on some photo retouching in print ads?

The Very Famous Pop Diva insisted that her magazine headshots were absolutely not retouched. That straight white smile? Hers. That luminous skin? Hers. The big beautiful eyes? Hers, all hers,…

May 29, 2012, 12:01 AM EDT

Stacy Morrison Lands at BlogHer Former 'Redbook' editor to steer publishing network

Former Redbook editor-in-chief Stacy Morrison has landed, like so many print veterans, in the digital world. Morrison was named editor in chief of BlogHer.com, a media company for women bloggers.…

December 8, 2011, 3:55 PM EST

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