Derek Jeter wrapped up his baseball career in rival-city Boston this past weekend and is now setting his sights on digital publishing.
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The New Republic will be ramping up its digital game plan, as it announced the hire of new CEO, Guy Vidra.
All You has announced Tracy Everding will join the magazine as creative director. Everding served in the same position at Cosmopolitan.
Today, Capital New York reported that Spin Media–to almost nobody’s surprise–ceased the print production of Vibe. The company acquired the suffering brand from Yucaipa Companies in April 2013 through an equity exchange with no cash on the table.
This week, Active Interest Media made several executive leadership changes. Most notably, Kent Ebersole has returned to the company and will serve as publisher of the Outdoor Group and,
NewBay Media has named John Laposky editor-in-chief of TWICE. Laposky had served as the magazine's managing editor since 1995.
Tablets aren’t pulling their weight when it comes to the explosive growth of mobile devices. According to a recent International Data Corporation study,
A few months ago, Sky News reported that Time Warner was on the verge of closing an investment deal with Vice Media that would’ve raised its valuation to somewhere around $2.2 billion.
On Aug. 22, Rodale Inc. president Scott Schulman announced the hiring of James Oseland as editor-in-chief of Organic Gardening in advance of its April/May 2015 relaunch as Organic Life.
This week, Hearst revealed that it’s launching a free weekly magazine within the New York metro area. TrendingNY will begin distribution on Sept.