"We wanted to do something surprising and delightful. Print is at its best when it's sensual," says Tribeca CEO Andrew Essex.
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Chairman James Finkelstein credits an expanded editorial staff and "ultimate non-partisan" content with helping the outlet ride the Trump Bump.
The rapid rise of SIPs continues to mask further deterioration of print magazine sales at retail.
Skip Zimbalist retires, but will remain with AIM as non-exec chairman; exhibitions are now Informa's "largest division by revenue and profit."
Art editor Françoise Mouly takes us behind the scenes of the March 6 cover.
Creative Loafing comes home, and more from around the publishing business.
How the two-year-old trade magazine assumed a leadership role in one of America's fastest growing industries.
Total ad revenue is up for the first time since the company was spun off from Time Warner in 2014.
A Q&A with Tricia Syed, the B2B media and information firm's VP of user marketing and marketing analytics.
Hugh Hefner's son Cooper says, "Not so fast," promises to return Playboy to its sexually liberating roots.