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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Pop-Up Magazine: Storytelling You Can Experience Only in the Flesh
"While classic journalistic titles have in recent years attempted to redefine their medium, from podcasts and visual media to live talks, Pop-Up began first, in 2009, with the idea of novelty in journalism — that is, a live multimedia “magazine” of original stories, presented on a stage by various creatives — before founding its more traditional print publication, California Sunday, in 2014." Reports Brandon Yu.
How Hearst Magazines Adapted for the Digital Revolution: Seen at National Retail Federation 2018
Essential Retail learns how the publishing giant, Hearst, adapted its strategy in an age when print was thought to be dead.
Is Condé Nast Entertainment Finally Ready to Take Hollywood By Storm?
Publishing giant Condé Nast has been trying to find its place in film, TV, and digital video for years–and president Dawn Ostroff feels their time is now.
ESPN The Magazine's State of the Black Athlete Issue on Newsstands 1/26
The story "The Conscience of a Champion" looks at the most politically conscious team in the nation's most politically conscious league: the Golden State Warriors. Senior writers Lonnae O'Neal and Marc J. Spears ask, "Why are the Warriors celebrated for it when generations of black athletes were attacked for doing the same? And how long can it last?"
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MPA Next Event | Behind the Scenes at Domino
Junior associates: Join MPA Next on 2/28 for a tour of the new Domino Media Group headquarters—a space designed with the generous support of brand partners—followed by a conversation with Chief Revenue Officer Beth Brenner on how the company is pushing its omni-channel revenue model to the next level.
Broadcast Advertising Is No Longer King As Ideas Are More Important than Ever
"2017 marked a watershed moment in the history of advertising: it was the first year that global media spend in digital exceeded that of broadcast television. The 30-second spot, which bestrode the advertising industry like a colossus for decades, no longer reigns supreme. As a creative director, part of me says: good." writes John Long at The Drum.
V Magazine Partners with Uniqlo to Name List of Young Creatives
The "Class of 2018 initiative" names emerging talent from the fields of fashion, film, music, art and design.
First Ever Vegan Magazine from India Arrives in Stores Across the Globe
This magazine is expected to be found at markets, bookstores and newsstands across America – from this weekend onwards, folks with a preference for paper-based reads can get a physical copy rather than viewing VegPlanet through the confines of a digital screen or traveling to vegan cafes in India for a plant-powered read. Whole Foods Markets, Barnes & Noble bookstores and health food stores in both America and Canada will also stock copies.
MPA Magazine Media Spotlight: Naomi Parker Fraley, the Real-Life Rosie the Riveter, Dies at 96
Naomi Parker Fraley, the inspiration for the iconic female World War II factory worker Rosie the Riveter, has died. She was 96. The Tulsa, Oklahoma, native, who was born on August 26, 1921, died on Saturday in Longview, Washington, according to the New York Times.
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In People—Naomi Parker Fraley, the inspiration for the iconic female World War II factory worker Rosie the Riveter, has died. She was 96. The Tulsa, Oklahoma, native, who was born on August 26, 1921, died on Saturday in Longview, Washington, according to the New York Times.