Lucia Moses

Dr. Oz Magazine Gets Off to Healthy Start

Hearst’s new magazine Dr. Oz, the Good Life seems to be off to a strong start, even as it’s had some turnover in its editorial ranks.  

This Is How Men Grocery Shop

Men today are no longer deterred by traditional gender stereotypes. They're putting family before career! They're taking care of the kids! They're doing housework! So it's no surprise that, as a new survey from Defy Media shows, they're taking more responsibility for the household shopping.

Richard Just Joins National Journal as Editor

Richard Just has been named the new editor of Atlantic Media’s National Journal magazine.Just will start March 10 and be based at the publication’s D.C. headquarters. The announcement was made by Tim Grieve, National Journal's editor in chief.

Women’s Budget-Conscious Magazine All You Is Stepping Outside of Walmart

Bargains aren’t just for Walmart shoppers anymore.   

What Does a Programmatic Sales Chief Actually Do?

Specs Who Chip Schenck Age 43

AMI’s Muscle & Fitness Gets the Dave Zinczenko Touch

American Media Inc.’s Muscle & Fitness is about to get the Dave Zinczenko treatment.   

Time Inc. Announces Launch of New Sports Network

Sports Illustrated is making a big bet on video with the planned launch of a streaming sports network to complement its existing brand. Called 120 Sports, the new standalone business brings together partners SI parent Time Inc. along with the MLB, NHL, NBA, Nascar and leading college conferences, and will give viewers cross-platform access to game highlights.

How the Rich Spend Their Money

Rich people don't all see the world the same way. A report by Shullman Research Center found big differences in the attitudes of those earning $500,000 or more per year and those with a net worth of $1 million or more. Millionaires are less likely than high earners to think they'll be better off in the next 12 months, for example.

New Report Says How Much Advertising Is Going to Piracy Sites

In the longstanding fight to combat online piracy, there’s been growing pressure on the advertisers whose ads appear on sites that steal copyrighted material.

Hearst Is Staking Its Future on an Editor Turned CEO

When SmartMoney made its debut in 1992, it was anything but another staid business magazine. A joint venture of Dow Jones and Hearst Magazines, it mixed humor with provocative stories, many of which regularly incensed advertisers. Founding editor Steve Swartz, a former Wall Street Journal Page One editor, embraced it all, taking meetings with angry executives.