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Topic: Robbie Myers

Facetime: Swanky Events Kick Off the Summer

Dr. Phil, Sting, Tina Brown, Patrick Stewart and more

The media world kicked off summer with soirees in Cannes, France. Back stateside, magazines, TV networks and more welcomed the heat.

Facetime: Magazine Celebrations and the Billboard Music Awards

Anna Wintour, Jennifer Connelly, John Legend, Alanis Morissette and more

The Billboard Music Awards kicked off in Las Vegas with A-list celebs while magazines in New York hosted charities. Here's a look at advertising and entertainment's latest notable events.

Some of America’s Most Successful Women in Media Share Their Best Job Advice [Video]

On the Matrix Awards red carpet

More than a thousand people packed the Waldorf Astoria Monday for the 2015 Matrix Awards. Now in its 45th year, the event honors extraordinary women who have made an impact…

The Media Got Dressed Up for Fashion Week

From Maureen Dowd to Arianna Huffington

New York Fashion Week brought together media's biggest stars and their fashionable counterparts, while print magazines celebrated success.

Photos From the Hottest End-of-the-Year Festivities in Media and Marketing

Seth Meyers, Magic Johnson and Michael Bloomberg make appearances

From left, Josh Tyrangiel, CCO, Bloomberg Media; actor Seth Meyers; and Michael Bloomberg, CEO of Bloomberg LP, celebrate Bloomberg Businessweek’s 85th anniversary.

Conversation and Celebration

From panels and launches to festivals, creative minds connected

From left, Perry Farrell, Lollapalooza founder; Lee Anderson, AM Only agent; Peter Shapiro, Brooklyn Bowl owner; Tom Poleman, president of programming, iHeartMedia; John Sykes, president of entertainment ventures, iHeartMedia; and…

Elle's Robbie Myers on Women's Magazines and Serious Journalism

Can mags still be respected with 'sexy' cover lines?

There's been a lot of talk this week about the "seriousness" of women's magazines, which all started with a cover story from U.K. magazine Port hailing a "New Golden Age"…

Newsstand Realities

Audiences may be more fragmented than ever, but fresh faces and reality stars still sell magazines

With American audiences becoming more segmented than ever, it can be hard to predict which celebrities will sell magazines. Just ask Larry Hackett, the managing editor of People. “It’s not…

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