A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.
It’s the first publisher to join the digital bank’s tree-planting initiative in a bid to become carbon neutral.
“Sometimes they make us feel like we’re taking more dramatic action than we are,” said Allure’s executive beauty director Jenny Bailly.
With 10 years at The Book Review, Paul talks about what got her there, forced discomfort and the current worth of literary criticism.
Meredith, Condé Nast and Hearst have all released diversity reports over the past few months.
The French actor stars in ads for the new Tambour Street Diver watch alongside South Korean actor Lee Min-ho and Sophie Turner.
The British fashion turned fine art photographer Shafran shot Moss near her home in Gloucestershire, England.
Home decor, bookazines and food are among the categories that have performed well in print and online.
Radford will join Aaron Gilchrist on a News Now block, making it the first multianchor news show from a major network hosted by only people of color.
DiTrapano started a magazine that turned into a small, beloved and respected publisher of mostly unknown talent.
The debut of Naia™ Renew is informed by consumers' enduring need for sustainably made, comfortable apparel.