Poll: Which “Shutdown” Cover Got It Right?
Several magazines used their cover to weigh in on the government shutdown.
Meet the Author
In June, David Carey will mark his fifth anniversary as Hearst Magazines president, and a New Year’s Day tradition of his (begun over a decade ago when publisher of The New Yorker) is to look back and look ahead in a letter to colleagues.In his 2015 message, Carey acknowledged that
Two more brands killed commenting functionality on their sites this week, joining a small but growing group of publishers that are instead leaning exclusively on social media for conversations with readers.
September single-copy sales were, for the most part, very forgettable this year. But social media was a bright spot for fashion brands.
McCarthy has a high profile and long track record in media.
Called 23 Stories, the studio will use in-house editors to create content.
Deal includes one website and three events.