Avi Zimak comes to New York Media from Outbrain. He fills the role left open by Larry Burstein, who stepped down last year.
Proceeds of this year’s awards luncheon will support Save the Children’s U.S. programs, a nonprofit committed to helping children living in poverty.
Tennant comes to Bazaar from Man of the World.
Hearst’s Joanna Coles, who serves as a Snap board member, may not be able to retire just yet.
“When you remove the idea of stranger, you unlock all this equity in the world.”
Cover band, Baldie, which includes media, music and fashion executives, will perform on Monday at The Roxy Hotel in TriBeCa.
Glamour’s Cindi Leive presented the former Condé Nast chairman with the Magazine and Publisher’s Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
The women’s sector fell 5.6 percent overall — combining print and digital figures — in the July-to-December 2016 period.
Oprah will explore Alaska this summer in an ongoing effort to live her best life.
“I will not shut up until it gets to the point where it’s equal, balanced.”
Sixty-four media organizations were honored as finalists in 20 categories with 14 publications nabbing awards.
The New York Times can’t seem to get enough of Jay Fielden’s flowing locks.
Keynote speaker Whoopi Goldberg told attendees, “We’re all here because we got some help from someone else, so help whoever you can.”
Ex-R29 editorial director and Marie Claire executive editor, Lea Goldman on how she will evolve Lifetime into a digital women’s brand.