American Society of Magazine Editors

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Why Hoffman Media Is Doubling Down on Print
President and chief creative officer Brian Hart Hoffman explains the company's latest redesigns, and how it keeps growing against the odds.
Condé Nast Creates Fashion and Beauty Networks
"Celia Ellenberg, Vogue’s beauty director and Jenny Bailly, Allure’s executive beauty director will lead the beauty network, and Rickie de Sole, W’s ‎fashion market and accessories director and Virginia Smith, Vogue’s fashion market and accessories director will head up fashion. Everyone will keep their current roles at their respective publications, while adding duties. The news was confirmed by Condé Nast." reports Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke at WWD.
Full year Magazine Media 360 Data Is Here!
2017 data is featured in the latest Brand Audience Report. See the new Top Ten Lists, Brand Rankings, and Audience Mix Infographics as well as December 2017 data.
Women United Welcomes Editor of Parade Magazine
Lisa Delaney, Senior Vice President, Chief Content Officer and Publisher of Parade Magazine, will be the guest speaker at the Third Annual Women United Luncheon Feb. 9 at the Casa Monica Hotel & Resort.
Associate Member Spotlight: 4 Questions with Tracking First's Chief Operating Officer, John Boyd
Among Mr. Boyd's replies: "In today's marketing landscape there is more and more competition for consumer eyeballs, and as people spend more time on digital media, an increasing focus on the digital side of the business. Tracking First provides cost savings in terms of the digital advertising tagging process, and provides much more accurate insights so that companies can put advertising dollars in the right place to drive traffic to their publications. We also provide direct cost savings to our clients through a much more efficient campaign tagging/ tracking process."
Twitter Is Sending More Clicks to Publishers As Facebook Sends Less, New Data Show
Facebook is now sending just 2.5 visitors to publishers’ sites for every one visitor Twitter sends. Twitter is becoming a more valuable tool for the news business as Facebook overhauls its feed.
Inclusion on Forbes Rich List "Now Seen As Toxic" by Russians
Magazine says entry no longer cause for celebration after US uses it to compile "Putin list."
MPA Magazine Media Spotlight: Cindy Crawford is the Latest Cover Star for the March Issue of Instyle
The supermodel's photo shoot is dedicated to Versace's Spring 2018 collection and the late designer Gianni Versace.
Mike Cernovich Makes $500K Bid for Gawker
Suddenly a high stakes auction is shaping up for the defunct gossipy web site Alt-right social media personality and author of “Gorilla Mindset,” Michael Cernovich, is bidding $500,000...
Thank You to our strategic associate partners for their AMMC sponsorship support.
CMG-Comag Marketing Group, GfK, LSC Communications, and Quad Graphics. -In addition we would like to thank the following associate members for their AMMC sponsorship support. Acxiom, MediaRadar, Vindicia, Alliance for Audited Media, Google, Zinio Pro, AdMonsters, CDS Global, Chartbeat, SocialFlow, Piano, and PressReader.
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.
Chicago Magazine's Whet Moser on What Media Hasn’t Considered for Amazon’s HQ2 Contenders
Chicago Magazine Associate Editor Whet Moser describes how he conducted studies behind his article, “Should Chicago Worry About Its Crime in Wooing Amazon? Sure—So Should Other Finalists,” and why Amazon, along with media, should consider pedestrian fatalities in its Top 20 contenders for HQ2.
Jeet Heer: "The Lively Irrelevance of Conservative Magazines"
In normal times, political magazines are counter-cyclical: They tend to flourish when their ideological foes are in power. Left-wing magazines like The Nation and Mother Jones typically thrive during Republican administrations, just as conservative counterparts like National Review and The Weekly Standard do during Democratic ones. As Victor Navasky, former publisher of The Nation, often quipped, “What’s bad for the country is good for The Nation.”The New Republic.
Holmes Tapped As Digital Director for Marie Claire
Sally Holmes, the executive editor of, is the next digital director of Holmes succeeds Jessica Pels, who served as Marie Claire’s site director since 2014. Pels was named digital director of last week. All brands are owned by Hearst.
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