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Work february 12, 2013

Is Tina Brown A Relic Of A Past Media Era?

Newsweek has gone off the cliff, but its editor remains. Can she keep up with a constantly changing industry?

Mobile february 8, 2013

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Google updates Adwords, NPR launches ad campaign and Pepsi's parody earns more views than Coke's original...links to start your day with.

Luxury january 17, 2013

Is Vogue’s Hurricane Sandy Shoot Offensive?

It's not the first time a natural disaster has been used as inspiration for a fashion magazine spread, but has Annie Leibovitz's latest work come too soon?

Technology november 19, 2012

Conde Nast Redesigns Magazine Covers To Look Like Windows 8 Start Screen

Glossy promotions will be attached to the front of 14 titles in December, from Wired to Vogue, and Glamour.

Home october 31, 2012

Vanity Fair Editor On Why Women Should Be Running The World

Graydon Carter discusses the future of magazines and why if there were more females in power the US would never have gone to Iraq.

Retail october 23, 2012

12 Stories You Need To Know Today

Amazon wipes users Kindle accounts, an ad agency develops a Broadway show, and Jay-Z and B. lose the battle to trademark their baby's name...Links to start your day with.

Sustainability august 15, 2012

A Look Back At The Life Of Cosmo Editor Helen Gurley Brown

Author of Sex and the Single Girl who became the influential editor of the women's magazine passes away at 90 in Manhattan.

Retail august 8, 2012

US Magazine Sales Fall Even Further [Headlines]

Print sales continue to fall, with a 10% decrease in the second quarter of 2012 according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

Syndicated july 30, 2012

Olympic Opening Ceremony Leaves American Media Puzzled

Danny Boyle's eccentric national history lesson entertained but also confused many US media outlets.

Innovation july 5, 2012

Are There Too Many Magazines About Brooklyn? [Headlines]

How much navel-gazing can a single borough sustain?

Cities may 17, 2012

What Are The Most Well-Read Cities In America? [Headlines]

Residents in Alexandria, VA, Cambridge, MA, and Berkeley, CA have bought the most books, magazines, and newspapers since July 2011.

Work may 16, 2012

Could Robot Journalism Kill The News Industry?

Director at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism worries how media titles are using algorithms to select their stories.

Innovation february 1, 2012

The New Yorker Expects Print To Be Around For Another 20 Years [Headlines]

Famed magazine is optimistic for its future in the face of a digital revolution.

Mobile december 14, 2011

Time Spent On Phones Now Exceeds That Spent Reading Newspapers And Magazines [Headlines]

People becoming more and more attached to their mobile devices at the expense of other media.


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