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Unbeige 2015-07-01 22:12:50
 Even with the first big holiday weekend of the summer just days away, the faithful still flocked to Michael’s today for their Wednesday power lunch. Before I sat down to talk to W magazine’s EIC Stefano Tonchi and Lucy Kriz, the magazine’s publisher and chief revenue officer, I met with Nelson Aspen, showbiz editor for the North American bureau of Seven Network Australia. Nelson rang …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 21:45:06
The exact number of years is not being disclosed. But for Sharon Waxman’s operation, this is welcome news as executive editor Kapsch has been instrumental in the site’s growth. “Both professionally and personally, I’m humbled and amped to kick off this next chapter at TheWrap alongside our stellar team,\" Kapsch tells FishbowlNY. \"I’m grateful to my boss Sharon Waxman for her support …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 18:40:46
During the month of May, some 60 million unique visitors clicked over to nydailynews.com. Per Google Analytics stats provided to us by the paper, 88 percent of these visitors were U.S.-based and 48 percent used mobile devices. Starting today on iOS and soon on Android devices, those mobile users can surf the paper’s content via a new version of the paper’s mobile …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 17:09:08
Entertainment Weekly is bulking up. According to The New York Post, the magazine has upgraded its paper stock, starting with this Friday’s ComicCon double issue. The hope is that the heavier stock will give the title more gravitas. “We think it will make a big difference for consumers and advertisers,” Karen Kovacs, group publisher of People and Entertainment Weekly, told the Post. For anyone who …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 17:06:35
Because Parents.com is the landing page for more than one family- and child-related Meredith brand, from Parents to Parents Latina, there is a large breadth of topics to pitch. If you want to go for the site’s bread and butter topics, pitch pieces that speak to moms-to-be or new parents. Even when targeting that specific demo, there’s still a lot to cover. Though …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 16:45:17
We’re a little late to this Upworthy announcement, but we thought it was still worth highlighting because of the various ways the post diverges from the dry norm. 1) It starts with the engaging, narrative headline. The folks recruited are from Discovery, The Guardian and The Daily Beast, but that’s not what Upworthy leads with. Bold; refreshing. 2) Then there’s the way Upworthy …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 15:31:12
In a Facebook question and answer session, Mark Zuckerberg addressed the future of news reporting. In short, he said everything must be faster. The Facebook boss said that overall, consumers feel that reading news articles is too slow. “If you?re using our mobile app and you tap on a photo, it typically loads immediately,” wrote Zuckerberg. “But if you tap on a news link, since that …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 15:00:22
CNN wants in on the fashion game, and so it has launched a new vertical: CNN Style. The site is edited by George Webster and features content for people who enjoy the finer things in life. A quick browse through CNN Style and you’ll find pieces on a $40 million private car collection, the Cartier panther (which features 545 diamonds) and Dolce & Gabbana’s history. …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 13:45:12
The New York Times Company has named Clay Fisher senior vice president, consumer marketing. Fisher most recently oversaw DirecTV’s digital marketing and media group. He had been with DirecTV since 2011. “A proven leader and creative problem solver, Clay will step in to supervise an already strong consumer marketing team and will help to accelerate subscription growth across our vast product portfolio, including the Times?s …


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Unbeige 2015-07-01 13:00:07
There has been no shortage of Guardian US news this summer. The American side of the paper has recently announced plans for a news innovation lab, welcomed a new editor and added its first L.A.-based film writer. Today, editor in chief Katherine Viner has announced three more major moves, two of them involving a new west coast bureau being set up in …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 22:00:06
The cover story for the May 18 edition of The National Enquirer was headlined “Ben Storms Out!” Arriving on newsstands May 6, the article mentioned the D-word: Sources said Ben left his distraught wife after “a fight to end all fights” over Jen?s accusations about his sexy new movie co-star and concerns about his drinking and other compulsive behavior. Friends now fear the …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 21:01:12
The Huffington Post, which gets a big, fancy New York Times Magazine feature this weekend, recruits Karen Mahabir from the Associated Press, where she had been digital products producer. She’ll be managing editor of news, overseeing the assignment desk and helping to organize the growth of the global news units… Nigel M. Smith moves from Indiewire to The Guardian, where he’ll be …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 18:50:36
Sometimes, the headline says it all. To wit, here’s one today from New York magazine, part of “Stoner Week,” a week-long Vulture series: New York senior editor David Marchese told The Denver Post’s Ricardo Baca that the timing was right for an extended a look at legal weed’s rocket red glow: “Marijuana is a lot more widespread and accepted than it used to be, …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 18:30:32
The first half of 2015 featured 52 magazines launches, down 23 compared to the first half of last year. As Crain’s New York points out, some of those new magazines weren’t exactly new. Dog Fancy and Cat Fancy were relaunched as the super cool and with it Dogster and Catster. In April, Rodale revamped Organic Gardening as Organic Life. While launches were down, so were closures. …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 18:17:24
AARP The Magazine doesn’t view retirement as a consolation prize for getting older. Instead, this publication geared toward the 50-and-over set “celebrates all the possibilities of life after 50,” according to executive editor Margaret Guroff. One thing to keep in mind when pitching is the three different published versions of the magazines, “the ‘A Book’ for 50- to 59-year-olds; the ‘B Book’ for …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 18:15:16
New York Times sportswriter Karen Crouse is back in the pages of Swimming World magazine, where she worked for two years. This time, it’s in the form of a Q&A conducted by  intern Lillian Nelson. Crouse credits her years a competitive swimmer, from Grade 9 through USC, as having fundamentally shaped the way she works today as a reporter. In her very …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 17:40:05
Here’s a fun, residual detail in the wake of the re-capture of David Sweat, the Clinton Correctional Facility inmate on the run over the weekend near the Canadian border. Sweat’s presence in the small town of Malone, N.Y. thoroughly upended the flow of life there. At one point, there were reportedly some 1,500 law enforcement officials in the area. Derek Sprague, president …


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 17:04:16
The first trailer for Oliver Stone’s Snowden?based on the infamous Edward Snowden?has arrived. The film stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Snowden, but unfortunately, we don’t get a look at him. Instead, we’re treated to a list of Snowden’s jobs accompanied by a brooding version of “This Little Light of Mine.” Well done, Hollywood.


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Unbeige 2015-06-30 16:19:24
The New York Times Magazine has published a massive piece on Arianna Huffington and her Huffington Post empire. The one thing that stands out? It sounds like it’s a terrible place to work. Allow us to shed some light on the HuffPost world: To work at The Huffington Post is to run a race without a finish line, at a clip that …


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