Second full day of programming features breakfast keynote panel, Folio: 30 Under 30 Awards luncheon and 13 breakout sessions.
Articles by Greg Dool
Four publishing CMOs discuss reader and advertising revenue opportunities.
First full day of programming features more than 40 presentations, panel discussions and keynote speeches.
Time, Inc. chief content officer on how magazines can adapt to thrive on a changed playing field.
Swaps former Walmart-exclusive smart shopper for younger, digital women's lifestyle brand.
Brand will re-launch in 2016 with fewer issues, new executive editor.
Starting next Spring, the "watchdog of the watchdogs" will switch from bimonthly to two issues per year.
Retains HOW magazines and HOW University as part of refocusing effort.
Pitchfork president gives details on acquisition process and the future of the brand.
Deal gives Condé Nast an instant foothold in music content and access to a younger audience segment.