AOL has signed a distribution agreement with Microsoft that will expand the reach of its digital video content. In addition to AOL brands like HuffPost Live,
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After 131 years, Ladies' Home Journal will end its monthly frequency in July and convert to a newsstand-only special interest quarterly publication this fall.
Ryan D’Agostino has been named editor-in-chief at Popular Mechanics, replacing James Meigs. D’Agastino was writing for Esquire. Additionally, Esquire’s editor-in-chief, David Granger,
FOLIO: has organized a one-day event in Chicago this summer to help niche media publishers leverage the newest strategies to help build stronger brands with more revenue and controlled costs, without losing the core vision.
Last year, mobile usage proved to be the catalyst pushing digital media into the forefront over all traditional platforms–including TV, radio and print.
Sid Evans has expanded his role at Time Inc. and is now editor-in-chief of Southern Living. Evans was group editor, and he will continue editorial oversight of other Time Inc.
The Webby Award nominations were announced on April 8, which came as good news to many legacy media brands, including print publishers.
After 60 years and a few months, Playboy readers have the opportunity to revisit the issue where it all started. Last week,
National Journal promoted Scott Bland to editor-in-chief. He was previously a senior analyst for Hotline.CQ Roll Call named David Eldridge house editor. He was previously Web and political editor at The Washington Times.
Morris Media Network has expanded its portfolio with the acquisition of Carolina Parenting, Inc., a publisher of monthly and annual publications.