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NBCU Cuts More Than 100 Workers This Year Amid Restructuring

The media conglomerate continues to trim ranks as it shifts to a focus on streaming content.

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Teen Vogue Names Alexi McCammond Editor in Chief

She joins from news site Axios where she has been a political reporter since 2017.

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Jameela Jamil Interviews Jane Fonda in New ‘Pomellato for Women’ Video

Jane Fonda is returning as a contributor to the “Pomellato for Women” video for the fourth year in a row as the project spreads the message of female empowerment while expanding its reach.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Host Time100 Talks Special


What Will Become of Royal Exiles Harry and Meghan?

Royal biographers and writers share their thoughts about the California royals ahead of a much-hyped interview with Oprah Winfrey to be aired on March 7.

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Condé Nast Releases Full-year Diversity Findings

The publisher’s first annual diversity and inclusion report revealed considerable work to be done when it comes to bringing more groups into the fold.

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Vogue Italia’s White Cover Turned Into Art Project

The initiative of an independent curator is celebrated in the publication’s March issue, which is dedicated to creativity.

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These People of Color-owned Influencer Agencies Are Advancing Opportunities for People of Color

As brands consider how to promote greater diversity through their activations, WWD highlights influencer agencies owned by people of color.

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Remaining Condé Nast Perks Dry Up as Budgets Stretched ‘Globally’

Changes at the publisher continue amid an ongoing fight for profitability and the combination of American and international operations.

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Media People: Cat Marnell’s Second Act

One of publishing’s former enfants terribles is back from the brink — and a multiyear sojourn around the world — and now she’s helping to light a path forward for the industry.

clock March 4, 2021Alexandra Polkinghorn

Megan Thee Stallion is featured in Calvin Klein's spring campaign.


Megan Thee Stallion and Others Strip Back to Essentials in Calvin Klein’s Spring Campaign

The ads were photographed by Mario Sorrenti and directed by Terence Nance.

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NYT Lets Go of Trademark Lawsuit Against Time Magazine

The newspaper late last year sued Time over its launch of “Time 100 Talks.”

clock March 2, 2021Kali Hays

Top row, from left, the speakers at the WWD 2021 Tokyo Retail Forum: Doug Stephens, founder of Retail Prophet; Anne Pitcher, managing director of Selfridges Group; Tal Zvi Nathanel, chief executive officer and cofounder of Showfields. Middle row: Mark Walker, CEO of Outerknown; designer Heron Preston; Romain Gaillard, CEO and founder of The Detox Market. Bottom row, from left: James Reinhart, CEO and cofounder of Thredup; Lisa Yamai, president and CEO of Snow Peak Inc.; fashion designer Tomo Koizumi.


Navigating Post-COVID-19 Opportunities at WWD’s 2021 Tokyo Retail Forum

Adapted to an online format this year, the event continued to seek innovative ideas with the help of a strong lineup of speakers.

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Condé Nast Pulls New Wired Editor From MIT

He succeeds Nicholas Thompson, who departed to take on the the chief executive officer tole at The Atlantic.

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A page from The Calendar Magazine, a micro-magazine on Instagram.


Green Screen: The Calendar Magazine Launches on Instagram

Former Elle U.K. editor in chief Anne-Marie Curtis has created a consumer-facing, micro-magazine to showcase green fashion, beauty, design as well as sales and rental formats.

clock March 1, 2021Samantha Conti

FILE - In this Oct. 18, 2011 file photo, traffic passes the New York Times building, in New York. In a Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 “State of the Times” speech to employees, New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger said his successor will be chosen within two years. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)


Media Carousel: ‘The Daily’s’ New Editor and More Media Jobs News

A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.

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FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 file photo, a woman walks past the logo for Google at the China International Import Expo in Shanghai. Google says it's making progress on plans to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials.  The company gave an update Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 on its work to remove from its Chrome browser so-called third-party cookies, which are used by a website's advertisers or partners and can be used to track user browsing habits across the internet.  (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)


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