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Shonda Rhimes on Bridgerton Season 2 and Whether It’s Time to End Grey’s Anatomy

Plus, why she won’t turn her new Inventing Anna limited series into an ongoing anthology.

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How Adweek Media Visionary Shonda Rhimes Rewrote the Rules of TV

After declaring she would change the world through television, the creator has done just that, on both linear and streaming.

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Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland Breaks Free From Its Television Constraints

The company embraces podcasts, brand partnerships—and soon, VR and gaming.

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Adweek’s 2021 Young Influentials Are All About Creating Change in Their Industries

From the founders of Asian food brand Omsom to the CEO of Bumble, these young visionaries are bringing people together like never before.

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Meet Adweek’s 2021 Young Influentials

These individuals are making an indelible mark in their industries, from ecommerce to entertainment.

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Playboy Enters the NFT Space by Building Alongside Engaged Fans

Jamal Dauda, vp of blockchain innovation, chats brand implications and the Web 3.0 era.

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Michael Kors Celebrates 40 Years With a ‘Fantasy Night Out in the Theater District’

The print campaign will appear in fashion magazines' fall issues.

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5 Ways the Pandemic Has Changed Publishing Forever – and How Publishers Can Benefit

“Never let a good crisis go to waste,” Winston Churchill supposedly said. It’s valuable advice for publishers, even if Churchill didn’t actually say it (there’s no real proof). And even [...]

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10 Questions for Magazine Publishers in Survival Mode

There are no easy, one-size-fits-all answers to how magazines can survive COVID-19 and the resulting recession. But asking the right questions can help you navigate your magazine through these rough [...]

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BoSacks: Industry Woes Shouldn’t Dictate How You Define Success

There isn’t a week that goes by when I’m not asked about my substrate preferences. A long-time reader and publisher from England yesterday asked me for an electronic subscription to Magazine [...]

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A Decade of Delusions: 10 Things We Got Wrong About Publishing in the Digital Age

A decade ago this month, despite not knowing my RSS from a hole in the ground, I created a blog called Dead Tree Edition out of desperation. As a “print [...]

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6 Ways to Adjust to Google’s Emphasis on Authors in Revised Search Guidelines

OK, fellow publishers, Google is on to us. And that probably means readers are on to us as well. As I’ve noted before, Google has generally been kind to magazine [...]

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Are Digital Magazine Apps A Stepping-Stone to Paid Content?

The conventional wisdom on digital magazines is that they’re dead, at least as a custom format, separate from print and enhanced for the tablet or phone. Apple often gets the [...]

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Once Considered Mortal Enemies, Print & Digital Are Living Happily Together

Both sides were wrong. “In three years, none of this will be in print,” a senior publishing executive told me, six years ago, about two magazines that are still profitable [...]

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Media Pitch: MagTitan Aims to Fix the UX & Monetization Issues Plaguing Digital Editions

Digital magazine editions can be user-friendly and profitable, says Of Eleven Media CEO Larry Genkin. To do that, Genkin believes publishers must move past replica editions and even responsive design. [...]