SourceMedia wins big at the Neal Awards, AMI reportedly sells the Enquirer and more.
Articles by Greg Dool
A little more than a year after its top editors were fired "for doing their jobs," the once-esteemed weekly aims to turn the page.
"Girls need to see powerful women doing amazing, powerful things, because representation matters."
"It’s not just about scale anymore; it’s really about loyalty."
Aiming to broaden its advertiser and subscriber base, The Economist gives its sister title another refresh.
Ceramic Industry, Hotel F&B and Reeves Journal are among the B2B magazines being discontinued.
Maclean's and Chatelaine, among others, are headed to St. Joseph Communications as Rogers completes its exit from print media.
Happy Paws, with "America's veterinarian" Marty Becker, adheres to a now-familiar magazine formula.
The New Yorker and NY Mag's Adam Moss took center stage again, but newcomers stole the show at the 2019 Ellies.
The company says it's run out of cash thanks to a poorly executed e-commerce pivot amid plummeting magazine revenues.