• 'National Enquirer' Sale Likely Means A Refocus On Celebrity Gossip
    American Media Inc.'s sale of the National Enquirer for $100 million to James Cohen, CEO of Hudson News, should be positive for the tabloid.
  • Publishers Need To Adapt To Programmatic Future
    U.S. advertisers will boost spending on native display ads by 25% this year to $43.9 billion, eMarketer estimates. Native advertising, the fancy term for "advertorials," will grow to 63% of digital display ad spending this year.
  • 'Sports Illustrated' Loses TPG As Potential Buyer, 2 Major Bidders Still In Running
    The sports magazine best known for its swimsuit issue has been on the block since last year. It's seen a steady decline in readership and advertising as audiences shifted their reading habits to digital.
  • Conde Nast Quietly Cuts Magazine Staff As Mastheads Shrink
    Given new CEO Roger Lynch's background as a banker, expect him to seek more job cuts and operational efficiencies before preparing the company for a sale.
  • Melania Trump Slams Anna Wintour, 'Vogue'
    The First Lady's office team is criticizing Wintour, 'Vogue 'EIC, for suggesting in an interview last week that she wasn't interested in having Trump in the magazine.
  • 'Flaunt Magazine' CEO, EIC Sued For Sexual Harassment
    Joseph Dalla Betta's complaint describes numerous humiliations, including being physically assaulted by EIC Mathew Bedard at a workplace party.
  • Graydon Carter Reflects on 'Magazine City' New York
    Stale eulogies for the bygone glory days of magazines are everywhere, but at least Carter provides some healthy perspective about the publishing industry's transformation into the digital era.
  • 3 Reasons Why Fashion Brands Still Advertise in Print
    Magazines have advantages, such as visual appeal. Fashion spreads look much better in print than on a tiny smartphone screen.
  • Remembering 'George' Publisher JFK Jr. On 20th Anniversary Of His Death
    JFK Jr.'s public persona as the heir to Camelot embodied George's mix of Hollywood celebrity, politics and journalism.
  • Ad Agency Stocks Show Worrisome Trends For Publishers
    The stock market has bounced back strongly this year, but advertising companies aren't participating in the rebound. Trump's demands that the Fed either cut rates or return to crisis-era quantitative easing don't inspire confidence, either.
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