Time and People magazine are the latest media outlets to cancel its annual party during White House Correspondents’ weekend next month.
Condé Nast acquired Pop2Life and Ribyt.
Publishers push back against the threat to digital advertising posed by Facebook and Google.
Avi Zimak comes to New York Media from Outbrain. He fills the role left open by Larry Burstein, who stepped down last year.
He will be replaced by Emma Allen.
Siegel will move to Advance as president of American City Business Journals’ Growth Strategies Group.
This year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner is shaping up to be less festive than in the past.
Glamour’s Cindi Leive presented the former Condé Nast chairman with the Magazine and Publisher’s Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
The deal will help expand Condé Nast’s audience-targeting capabilities across social platforms.
Sixty-four media organizations were honored as finalists in 20 categories with 14 publications nabbing awards.