Majority share sold off during during the company's peak in success.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Last week we spoke with Christine Guilfoyle, SVP and Group Publisher of Meredith’s Women’s Group, about the value print offers celebrities as a marketing channel.
Last year, home improvement power couple Chip and Joanna Gaines turned to print, and Meredith, to extend their brand with the quarterly magazine The Magnolia Journal.
"Strategic alternatives," the company says, may include sale of the company or sale of select properties.
Ree Drummond’s latest project, a partnership with Hearst Magazines, appears to have found an audience.
A Q&A with the recently-named creative director, Mike Schnaidt.
Approximately four-percent of the company's workforce falls victim to cost structure "reengineering," CEO Rich Battista confirms.
Rodale has undergone several organizational shifts over the past few years. Not only have there been leadership changes and some staff reductions in various departments,
Q&A with AMI's chief content officer following his company's acquisition of Us Weekly.
Q&A with EVP, Publisher Amie Deutch and Editorial Director Ethan Trex.