The media industry has weathered its share of challenges, but these publishers are showing how to succeed in today’s subscription-based world. Among the standouts are the Hot List award honorees for Publishing, an annual Adweek award that showcases the best in media, TV, digital and tech.

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The Next Era of Subscriptions: 3 Trends Shaping Publishers’ Paid Products

Fewer hard paywalls and more trends shaping publishers' paid products.

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Why Publishers Are Cutting Their D.C. Bureaus in an Election Year

The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal have both cut or reduced their D.C. bureaus ahed of an election year.

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TechCrunch Ends Its Subscription Product Amid Staff Layoffs

Yahoo-owned publisher TechCrunch has cut eight staff members and is closing its subscription product, TC+, first launched in 2019.

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Leaked Audio From The Information Reveals Subscription Wins and Advertising Woes

Its new Information Pro product generated nearly $800,000 in five months.

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Time Hires Mark Howard as Its New Chief Operating Officer, Ushering in ‘Time 3.0’

Earlier this month, the publisher eliminated its digital subscription business.

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With Help From Succession, New York Magazine Tops 1 Million Email Subscribers

The publisher has used pop-up, subscriber-only newsletters to boost retention.

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Vogue’s Met Gala Livestream Notched 53 Million Views in 24 Hours

Inside Vogue's diversified strategy that drove huge viewership growth and subscribers.

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Bloomberg Media’s CEO on Exiting the Programmatic Open Marketplace and Top 2023 Priorities

In its most recent quarter, Bloomberg Media reported a 25% increase in total advertising revenue.

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Publishers Enter ‘a Year of Uncertainty’ With Concerns of News Avoidance and Subscription Fatigue

There's a strong focus on publisher subscriptions and membership, report finds.

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How HBR Becomes More Valuable in Times of Economic Distress

The 100-year-old publisher has topped 116,000 digital subscribers since launching a new subscription model in 2019.

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How Defector Media Turned Its Hit Podcast Into a 7% Bump in Subscribers

Normal Gossip has generated 2,500 subscriptions since May.

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TechCrunch Sees 142% Uptick in Subscriptions, 82% Rise in Events Revenue

The publisher has grown both businesses by honing its subscription pipeline.

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Inside The New York Times’ Plan to Bring Ads to The Athletic

Beginning Monday, The Athletic will feature ads for the first time in its six-year history.

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Medical Publisher Stat Tops 30,000 Subscribers and Nears $20 Million in Revenue

The uptick is accompanied by an expanded slate of community-centric events.