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  • 'Southern Living' Partners With Dillards On Holiday Events
    Time Inc.'s Southern-focused lifestyle brand will put on interactive holiday workshops on December 2, where readers and shoppers can meet Southern Living editors and Dillard's associates. ...
  • 'Garden & Gun' Redesigns, Introduces New Food Section
    To coincide with the brand's 10th anniversary of its 2007 launch, Garden & Gun magazine is debuting a redesign. 'Garden & Gun,' which covers the culture of the American South, ...
  • 'Seventeen' Launches LGBTQ-focused 'Here'
    The editors added that one year after the election of President Trump, a space for the LGBTQ community is needed "now, more than ever" for "representation and visibility." ...
  • 'Crain's Chicago Business' Shuts Down Comments Section
    While ChicagoBusiness.com was using discussion platform Disqus to host readers' comments, Crain's Chicago Business says "the trolls" were no match for the site's team. ...
  • 'The Economist' Debuts Special 2018 Issue
    The Economist has today unveiled the 32nd edition of its special issue "The World in 2018," which will look ahead to the World Cup in Russia, midterm elections in the ...
  • Penske Media Acquires 'Sourcing Journal,' Ups Fashion Coverage
    Under Penske Media's ownership, Sourcing Journal will remain an independent publication. Sourcing Journal will also leverage the infrastructure of Fairchild Live events business to expand its own global offerings. ...
  • Digital Media Struggles To Hit Revenue Goals
    'BuzzFeed' and 'Vice,' arguably two of the biggest digital media startups, are both set to miss their revenue targets for the year. Digital is not immune to the hits print ...
  • 'The Atlantic' Names Lorenzoni, McRae VP, Ad Partnerships
    Together with Michael Monroe, the vice president of creative marketing group Atlantic Re:think, Lorenzoni and McRae will make up The Atlantic's senior team for sales and marketing. Native content drives ...
  • Report: Header Bidding Is Thriving
    Mobile continued to drive header bidding growth, with a 252% year-over-year improvement in mobile web impressions; header bidder through desktops grew 214% year-over-year. ...
  • Koch Bros Back Meredith Bid For Time Inc
    Meredith's previous attempts to merge with Time Inc failed. But per 'The New York Times,' the current discussions were instigated by Time Inc., whose financial information is being examined by ...
  • Fusion Media Group Launches Food-Focused 'The Takeout'
    Fusion Media Group today unveiled a new food and pop culture brand called The Takeout, a spinoff of the food vertical Supper Club, under FMG's Chicago-based entertainment site, The A.V. ...
  • Time Inc. Launches Sports Illustrated TV
    SI TV won't focus on broadcasting live games or panels discussing game highlights. Instead, Time Inc. said the goal of SI TV is storytelling, entertainment and analysis. ...
  • Gannett Promotes 3 Execs, Focuses On Marketing, Consumer Businesses
    Sharon Rowlands, CEO of digital marketing firm ReachLocal, which Gannett acquired in 2016, is now president of USA Today Network's marketing solutions. ...
  • 'Esquire' Revamps Style Section, Boosts Ecommerce
    Esquire.com's Style section will now focus on more original photography, celebrity style features and long-form trend articles and market stories. Esquire.com has hired "Blamo!" podcast host Jeremy Kirkland to publish ...
  • 'Business Insider' Launches BI Prime Access For Financial News
    While most of Business Insider's content will remain free, BI Prime will keep some of the publisher's financial reporting behind a paywall. Business Insider is offering two tiers for BI ...
  • 'Vanity Fair' Taps Radhika Jones As EIC
    Radhika Jones, the editorial director of The New York Times books department, will succeed Graydon Carter as the new editor-in-chief of the Conde Nast publication. She will now be the ...
  • 'NYT' Makes Kids Section Monthly
    The second edition of the Kids section will appear in the Sunday, November 19 edition of the newspaper. It becomes a regular monthly section next year, starting January 28. ...
  • Reininga Heads Video For Gizmodo Media
    Former editor-in-chief of Vocativ, Ben Reininga, has been tapped as head of video at Gizmodo Media, which oversees Deadspin, Earther, Gizmodo, Jalopnik, Jezebel, Kotaku, Lifehacker, The Root, and Splinter. ...
  • Hearst Magazines Digital Media Expands Video Production Unit
    Hearst Magazines Digital Media is expanding its video production and distribution unit, Hearst Originals, with the hire of a new director and launch of five new weekly series on Facebook ...
  • 'Washington Post' Launches 'Counterpoint' To Opinion Pieces
    The move is a way to expand content and challenge readers' affinity for consuming news from outlets that fit their political leanings. ...
  • Culture Newsletter 'Quartzy' Debuts Site
    Quartz, which is Atlantic Media's business news site, began to build its dedicated lifestyle and culture coverage in 2014. It now has a team of nine writers and two editors ...
  • 'Better Homes & Gardens' Introduces Paid Membership Programs
    New brand extensions provide an experience beyond print and ongoing sources of revenue, including a 'BHG' wine club. ...
  • Group Nine Expands Ad Options, Buys JASH To Further Video Programming
    The parent company of NowThis, The Dodo, Thrillist and Seeker says the acquisition "combines Group Nine's massive digital scale and iconic brands with Jash's deep talent relationships and creative dep ...
  • Time Inc, Twitter Partner For PeopleTV Videos
    Advertisers will be able to sponsor and promote across both Twitter and the PeopleTV network. The two companies will share advertising revenue from ads sold on Twitter. ...
  • Newsweek Media Introduces Travel Tours
    The company will host 15 different trips and excursions in 13 countries and four continents in 2018, including Egypt, Mexico, Cuba, Britain, Washington, D.C., Russia, China, Holland, Jerusalem and Pol ...
  • Study: No Bias In News Outlets' Images Of Trump
    A new study used artificial intelligence technology to analyze the images of President Trump in over 5,000 news articles, and found no systematic bias in the way he is portrayed ...
  • 'Players' Tribune' Teams With Hyundai For NFL Series
    The Players' Tribune has partnered with Hyundai on a video series called "Homecoming," premiering today, which follows current and former NFL players returning to their alma maters for a ...
  • DNAInfo, Gothamist Abruptly Closed After Staff Votes To Unionize
    DNAinfo and Gothamist are dead, and 115 employees are out of work. The billionaire owner of the local news sites, Joe Ricketts, pulled the plug just a week after employees ...
  • 'Saveur' Teams With Skype, Launches Chatbot
    Via the bot, users can "chat" in a conversational tone with what is essentially an AI robot, accessing Saveur's recipe database and cooking tips. The partnership with Skype means Saveur's ...
  • Conde Nast Shutters 'Teen Vogue' In Print
    To cut costs, Conde Nast is ending Teen Vogue's print run. The publisher has also enacted a hiring freeze, cutting 80 jobs - about a 2.5% reduction of its 3,000 ...