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  • Mindbodygreen Relaunches Contributor Network
    The refocus on the collective is another push from the site, following its redesign last October. Mindbodygreen also changed its tagline to "You. We. All." The idea is that "you" ...
  • Roper Heads NYT Magazine Lab, New Creative Studio
    NYT Magazine Labs will be dedicated to creating more projects across The New York Times Company, as well as serve as an editorial and design resource. ...
  • 'Smithsonian' Redesigns, Dedicates March Covers To Norman Rockwell
    Rockwell, a famous 20th-century American artist, was inspired by FDR's speech to Congress in 1941 on American involvement in World War II. Roosevelt spoke of the "Four Freedoms" at stake ...
  • Outbrain Platform Gives Digital Publishers New Revenue Options
    Outbrain, a content discovery and recommendation platform, is launching a new audience development network called Sphere. The goal behind Sphere is to help what Outbrain calls "premium" digital publishers take ...
  • Vox Media Cuts 50 Jobs, Mostly Online, Social Video
    Vox Media is cutting 50 jobs, or about 5% of its workforce, as the publisher scales back some of its digital initiatives. The layoffs mostly affected 'Racked,' 'Curbed,' 'SB Nation' ...
  • Excessive Frequency, Retargeting Account For Ad Blocker Usage
    Overall, 20% of "connected adults" interviewed claim they always use an ad blocker. Among those with ad blockers, 47% claim to like or tolerate advertising. ...
  • NYTCO Taps Diamantakis As Managing Director, T Brand Strategy
    The New York Times Company has hired Kathleen Diamantakis as managing director of strategy at T Brand Studio, the company's native ad services unit. ...
  • Tronc Moves Production, Design Jobs To Chicago
    Tim Knight, Tronc president, said the move is part of a companywide reorganization "to reimagine how our newsrooms deliver on our journalistic mission and accelerate our transformation to a truly ...
  • Redesign of Chicago's Luxe 'Make It Better' Inspired By Sister Pubs
    Chicago-based magazine 'Make It Better' introduced a redesign in its January/February 2018 issue. Its pages are packed with more original photography and in-depth editorial about the people, places and causes ...
  • 'New York Times' Creates Team To Build Data, Tech Solutions For Brands
    A collaboration of the NYT's data, product and design, technology and advertising groups, the effort provides expertise to marketers to help them develop targeted branded campaigns. ...
  • Forbes Changes Contributor Network Status, Pays All Writers
    Each of Forbes' 1,500 contributors will now have a paid contract, starting with a minimum of $250 a month. About 60% of Forbes' contributors were unpaid before this new mo ...
  • NYT's Podcast 'The Daily' To Air On American Public Media
    The collaboration with American Public Media is unique and signifies that 'The New York Times' is expanding its efforts into audio reporting. "The Daily," which is hosted by Times journalist ...
  • 'New York Times' Fires Opinion Writer Over Offensive Tweets
    'The New York Times' fired writer Quinn Norton the same day it announced her hiring, after the Twitterverse uncovered past tweets in which she used offensive slurs and referred to ...
  • 'Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter' Series To Stream On Hulu
    The Hollywood Reporter's editorial director Matthew Belloni, executive editor Stephen Galloway and executive TV editor Lacey Rose each moderate different roundtable discussions with stars. ...
  • CNN Digital To Lay Off Dozens Of Employees
    CNN expanded its digital team by 200 employees in the past 18 months, but now is looking to pare back on its 600-person unit. CNN Money staffers will be affec ...
  • 'Patch' Expands NYC Coverage, Reports Uptick In Page Views
    New York Patch saw page views grow from 939,821 in June 2017 to 1,370,264 in January 2018. Local news sites DNAinfo and Gothamist abruptly shut down in November. ...
  • Bonnier Taps White As Top Editor Of Fishing Magazine 'Marlin'
    Marlin is based in Bonnier Corp.'s headquarters in Winter Park, Florida. The publishing company is known for its special-interest brands, including 'Popular Science,' 'Saveur' and 'Field & Stream.' ...
  • Forbes Media Acquires British Site The Memo To Expand European Content
    The new 'Forbes' ownership will bring an end to its daily and weekly newsletters. In its place, The Memo will produce a European-focused newsletter for Forbes, which will launch "very ...
  • 'Inc.' Magazine, iPic Partner To Produce Content For Movie Theaters
    Video interviews by Inc., a magazine aimed at entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses, will run before every movie screened at iPic theaters as part of "iPic Life," a 20-minute pre-movie ...
  • 'Block Club Chicago' To Focus On Local Coverage
    A group of former 'DNAinfo Chicago' journalists are hoping to fill the void left by the site's abrupt shutdown three months ago with the launch of a new site, called ...
  • Forbes Media To Launch Benelux, Monaco Editions
    Both international editions will have print and online publications. 'Forbes Benelux' and 'Forbes Monaco' will feature local business news, commentary and features, as well as editorial content from Forbes' other ...
  • Digital Ups 'NYT' Subscription Revs
    Subscription revenue for The New York Times Company increased 19.2%, due to growth in subscriptions to digital-only products like Cooking and Crosswords in fourth-quarter 2017. ...
  • 'T' Magazine Unveils Print, Digital Refresh, Adds New Columns
    T aims to "cast a more global lens" on its editorial, and a "more expansive approach" to its fashion, luxury and culture coverage. ...
  • MPA Announces Kelly Winners To Celebrate Magazine Ad Creative
    The "M&M's Caramel Launch - Advent Accordion Pop-Out Unit" campaign for Food Network Magazine by agency Mediacom/Starcom won the award for best print magazine creative. ...
  • 'Deadspin' Hires First Female Editor In Chief, Megan Greenwell
    Most recently, Greenwell was executive features editor at Esquire, where she oversaw the magazine's digital narrative journalism program. ...
  • Legacy Publishers Can Benefit From Start-up Ethos
    Start-up environs have a can-do spirit that it may be valuable for legacy publishers to embrace. ...
  • Google: 1% Of Publishers Impacted By Chrome Ad Blocker
    Chrome will block ads such as autoplaying in-line video ads with sound -- the ones that appear between two paragraphs in an article on a web page and automatically play ...
  • 'Atlantic' Removes Comments Section, Focuses On Curated Reader Feedback
    TheAtlantic.com replaced its comments feature with a section dedicated to reader feedback, called "Letters." The new section is inspired by "The Conversation" section of the print magazine. ...
  • 'Teen Vogue' Names Mukhopadhyay Executive Editor, Hearst Ups 2 Execs
    Teen Vogue has named Samhita Mukhopadhyay its first executive editor. She will oversee the brand's editorial team and work on brand strategy. ...
  • New Media Invests In Mobile Database Development Company TapOnIt
    New Media Investment Group Inc. has acquired a 20% equity stake in TapOnIt, a text-based platform that delivers offers from local businesses to users who opt in to get the ...