SouthComm sells off Kansas City's The Pitch, the knitting community responds to Vanity Fair, and more from around the industry.
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An interview with Allison Adams, the B2B media company's newly hired chief subscription officer.
Quartz promotes Kira Bindrim, two New York regional titles tap new publishers, and the rest of this week's people on the move...
The company will reorganize its corporate side to reflect its more unified business and editorial models.
At an estimated 38.3 million readers per issue, the bimonthly edged out People, Better Homes and Gardens, and Nat Geo.
Another magazine faces a freelancer crisis, how driverless cars could affect media consumption, and more...
The art and design title will become a joint venture between Adam Sandow and its founders, Hudson News moguls Lisa and James Cohen.
As The New Yorker fires its star political reporter over misconduct, AMI gives Dylan Howard a pass.
As the movement toward an encrypted web grows ever stronger, why haven't more sites heeded the call?
Bob Love, editor-in-chief of America's most widely circulated print magazine, on defying stereotypes and growing a 60-year-old brand.