Change has been in the air at Atlantic Media’s National Journal group over the past several months. And, now, the magazine has debuted a totally redesigned concept to coincide with its new direction.
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Last week Onion Inc. launched ClickHole, a site that satires some of the most successful viral content hubs like BuzzFeed and Upworthy.
Forbes Media used the 61st annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity as a platform to announce that it has expanded its magazine audience by more than 20 percent over the past year.According to GfK MRI Spring 2014 data, the magazine has reached its pinnacle in readership, growing from 5,079,000 last spring to more than 6 million this year.
According to some publishers, programmatic is just a way for agencies to commoditize ad inventory and make sales teams irrelevant. The truth is,
Condé Nast Entertainment has signed a first look agreement with Twentieth Century Fox TV. The deal is a new expansive venture for CNE,
Forbes Media announced it’s rolling out a discrete site for its ForbesLife luxury brand. The new site is set to launch on September 2,
Summit Professional Networks has acquired Pension Data Resources, Inc., which includes its flagship brand PensionPlanet.com. Terms were not disclosed.
While Time Inc. was having a somewhat-shaky first day on its own, Sky News reported that its former parent company Time Warner is on the verge of closing an investment deal with Vice Media that could value the company at $2.2 billion.
Ziff Davis, a subsidiary of j2 Global, Inc., announced it has acquired emedia Communications from Reed Business Information. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
Playboy Enterprises, Inc. announced the hiring of two key executives for two brand new roles. Matthew Mastrangelo has been named as chief revenue officer and Cory Jones has been tapped as senior vice president of digital content.