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HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 14: Agnes Chu, at the Premiere Of Disney +'s "Diary Of A Future President" at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood, California on January 14, 2020. Credit: Faye Sadou/MediaPunch /IPX


Walt Disney Exec Agnes Chu to Succeed Oren Katzeff as President of CNE

At Walt Disney, Chu is currently senior vice president of content for Disney Plus.

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What People Are Shopping for Now, Months Into a Pandemic

People have moved beyond the vibrators and bread baking of early days to buying mattresses, a lot of masks and even Jacquemus.

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The latest Cosmo cover.


Hearst Magazines Ramps Up Membership, Paywall Rollout

Cosmo Unlocked launched earlier this month, offering readers unlimited digital access for $2 a month.

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Dan Peres Joins Ad Age as EIC

He was the editor in chief of Condé Nast’s Details magazine for 15 years until it was shuttered in 2015.

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Vanity Fair cover of Viola Davis.


Radhika Jones on Making Vanity Fair More Diverse

“For most of the magazine’s history, a Black artist, athlete or politician appearing on a regular monthly issue of Vanity Fair was a rare occurrence,” pens Jones in her new editor’s letter.

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W magazine's first issue for 2019, featuring Mahershala Ali and Amy Adams.


W Magazine Actively Looking for a Buyer — Again

Laden with past-due costs and a pandemic, a new owner already wants to offload the magazine. If he can.

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Roger Lynch'La noche de GQ San Jorge Juan', Madrid, Spain - 20 Jun 2019


Condé Nast Pledges to Improve Diversity During NewFronts Pitch

The annual advertising pitch was hosted virtually for the first time this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Anna Wintour in the front row


Anna Wintour Not Leaving Vogue or Condé Nast, CEO Says

Facing a reckoning on diversity, ceo Roger Lynch has told staff that new rumors of Anna Wintour’s departure are untrue.

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Matt Duckor Resigns From Condé Nast

The departure of Duckor, who had oversight of Bon Appétit’s Test Kitchen videos, follows the resignation of the food publication’s top editor Adam Rapoport.

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Adam RapoportEdible Schoolyard NYC's Spring Benefit, New York, USA - 15 Apr 2019


Bon Appétit’s Top Editor Resigns After Brown Face Photograph

Adam Rapoport also faced allegations of a discriminatory workplace culture at the popular food publication.

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Harper's Bazaar and Elle's 2019 September issues.


September Issues Will Be Exactly What They Say on the Cover This Year

Magazine publishers are pushing back the newsstand release date of the most important issue of the year to September instead of August due to the coronavirus.

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Vice Media


Vice Media Group Cuts 155 Jobs Worldwide

It’s one of a number of media companies that has announced layoffs this week amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Roger LynchGlamour Women of the Year Awards, Arrivals, New York, USA - 11 Nov 2019


Condé Nast Lays Off 100 Staffers

Another 100 employees will be furloughed, while others will be placed on reduced working hours.

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Condé Nast Looks to Vice for Its New Global Chief Communications Officer

The publisher of Vogue has tapped Danielle Carrig, most recently global chief communications officer at Vice, for the newly created role.

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New York Magazine March 16-29, 2020 issue are on display at a newsstand in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, . New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tightened work-from-home rules Thursday as confirmed cases of coronavirus continued to climb in New York, an expected jump as testing becomes more widespread. But he stressed that roadblocks and martial law for New York City were merely rumorsVirus Outbreak , New York, United States - 19 Mar 2020


Low in Print This Summer: Magazines

A coronavirus-related slump in advertising and difficulty creating content has led some publishers, including Hearst and Condé Nast, to rethink summer issues.

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