The Atlantic takes Magazine of the Year, New York wins four, and David Granger gets a standing ovation.
Articles by Greg Dool
Day one of the American Magazine Media Conference discussions recognize dramatic change in magazine media, but are optimistic about the future.
Starting in July, Rodale will cut Prevention's ad pages and re-focus the brand to cover "increasingly complex healthcare landscape."
VandeHei, Allen, and Roy Schwartz reportedly leaving to start new venture; Kim Kingsley, Danielle Jones also depart.
Department heads, director-level staffers among those laid off as turbulence continues at the health and wellness publisher.
After months of negotiating, Nexstar wins battle for Media General as Meredith agrees to terminate merger agreement.
"We want to be a culture site for everyone."
Bimonthly science magazine looks to expand circulation, sales and marketing.
Tremor Video's Lauren Wiener takes over for CBS Interactive's David Morris; AOL's Jim Norton named vice chair.
Responding to a "clear need for more analysis," NPT Publishing bucks industry trends by betting on print.