American Society of Magazine Editors

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Town & Country Riding Royal Wedding Fervor with Special Issues
The upper crust lifestyle glossy isn’t shying away from Markle Mania. Kali Hays writes "The more than century-old glossy is releasing April 12 a special issue titled “American Princess” focused on Markle’s independent past, including her carer as an actress which she gave up after her engagement to the younger English prince, and how she’s dealt over the last year with being on the world stage, something Town & Country’s editor in chief Stellene Volandes said is of clear interest to readers."
MPA Magazine Media Spotlight: The 35 Most Powerful People in New York Media 2018
The Hollywood Reporter names the year's top news players and teams influencing how Americans get their information in a 24/7 Trump-fueled news cycle. Adam Moss, David Remnick and Anna Wintour editor in chief, New York magazine; editor, The New Yorker; artistic director, Conde Nast, and editor in chief, Vogue were among the notables.
More on Joanna Coles Discusses "Love Rules" with Nina Garcia
The Hearst editors joined in conversation Tuesday night to discuss Coles' book on finding love in the digital age.
Sally Jenkins Asks “Who Can Explain the Athletic Heart?”—Writers and Editors Speculate on Sports Illustrated's Future
It’s hard to explain to younger sports fans how completely SI once dominated the sports media landscape. To a great extent, for much of my youth, SI pretty much was the sports media landscape. But that was then, and this is now." writes Michael MacCambridge at The
MPA Thanks the Sponsors of IMAG 2018
AdvantageCS, The Alliance for Audited Media, CDS Global, CMG – Comag Marketing Group, Freeport Press, GfK MRI, LSC Communications, MediaRadar, MediaWorks 360, Port Hawkesbury Paper, PressReader, PubWorX/ProCirc, Quad/Graphics, ZINIO.
Users May Distrust Facebook, But Still Like the Social Network
After being given time to digest Facebook’s privacy failure, 55% of respondents said they don't trust the company. By contrast, 78% of respondents said they currently trust Google. Yet, a full 66% of respondents said they still like Facebook. “Although Americans’ trust with Facebook has been fractured, they will continue using the social-media platform,” Curtis Sparrer, principal of Bospar, notes in the new report.
Facebook's Erosion Continues: Loses Share of Consumer Time Spent with Digital
"...Facebook appears to be going the other direction,” Brian Wieser observed, adding: “Core Facebook lost 5% in aggregated time spent despite a 4% increase in users, reflecting an 8% decline per person.”
ASME NEXT Talks With Stella Bugbee
Join ASME NEXT on April 19 for an open bar and a Q&A with The Cut's editor in chief, Stella Bugbee
MPA Next Event | Experience The Economist
How can worm ice cream, grasshopper crepes and waste food smoothies boost magazine subscriptions? Join MPA Next for an interactive presentation about The Economist’s unconventional experiential strategy to reach new readers and change brand perception.
Join ASME NEXT for a tour of VICE and a conversation with top editors. This is a members-only event.
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June 13 - 14, 2018
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