New York–On Tuesday, a capacity crowd gathered at The Museum of Jewish Heritage to listen in as disruptive business leaders from various industries discussed how they are confronting an ever-changing landscape.
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The Online Publisher’s Association has named Jason Kint as its new CEO, replacing outgoing president Pam Horan. Kint will begin his tenure on May 27.
TIME named Siobhan O'Connor editorial director of health. She was previously executive editor at Prevention. SELF has made several staff changes:
Launched in 1951, Johnson Publishing Company's digest-size JET magazine will cease its print product and will replace it with a weekly-updated app.
NYLON, along with all of its branded assets, including NYLON Guys, NYLON TV, its international editions and Web and social channels have been sold to Marc Luzzato and his Diversis Capital team of investors.
Native advertising is increasingly becoming a standard practice for publishers–especially for those reaching large audiences. However, the best practices for delivering the content haven’t become standard yet.
Issue: April 2014Frequency: MonthlyLaunched: 1992Circ: 203,000Editor: Aaron HicklinCreative Director: David GrayPhotographer: Michael MillerPublishing Company: here Media
mental_floss has named Erin McCarthy as its managing editor of digital content. McCarthy was previously deputy editor of digital for the brand.
New York–Video has been the topic of choice this week at NewFronts. Actually, it’s pretty much been the only topic, as companies like AOL and Condé Nast introduced big initiatives centered on video.
TechMedia Network has rebranded itself as Purch, in an effort to better reflect its growing portfolio of brands and products focused on purchasing decisions.