Last week Conde Nast's CEO Robert A. Sauerberg told his staff of his plans to completely rebuild the model the company made its name on.
Trotta will oversee the publishing and brand side solutions offered by the company. "There is a tremendous opportunity to help publishers diversify revenue without cannibalizing what their sales team is out there selling," Trotta said.
Following his disastrous Helsinki meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin, Trump publicly called the press the "enemy of the people" - and his tirade hasn't slowed since. Such totalitarian tactics have sounded an alarm among the nation's journalists and news outlets. In an effort to unite the media and raise national awareness about the war against it, 'The Boston Globe' is rallying the press corp.
Tronc Inc., owner of legacy papers like the 'Chicago Tribune,' 'Baltimore Sun' and 'New York Daily News' is mulling a new financial path. The proposed deal comes after Tronc sold the 'Los Angeles Times' to billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong in June.
President Trump claim that the press is "the enemy of the people" is gaining traction. It is also undermining a fundamental principle of American democracy.
Readers who travel often for business and ex-pats who want to keep up with local news are hardest hit by the move. It also hurts those wanting to access news from the U.S., essential for E.U. citizens interested in what's happening here.
On July 11, award-winning regional magazine 'Texas Monthly' launched a campaign to get readers to whitelist the publication or sign up for its email newsletter. The publication has seen a slight decline in the number of readers using ad-blockers since the effort began.
Warner Music's doesn't have a customer-facing outlet to reach new and savvy music fans. Through Uproxx, Warner can leverage the site's 40 million users.
Conde Nast announced it would explore the sale of three of its titles: Brides, Golf Digest, and perhaps most surprising, W. The new strategy comes after the company recorded $120 million in losses in 2017, following a significant drop in revenue from its print publications and advertising.
Mobile audience increased by 25% or 123 million viewers year-over-year.