With new leaders at Cosmopolitan and other top publications and the end of print for Redbook, Hearst’s digital ambitions are taking shape.
The magazine is trying to bring more to the table for advertisers and readers.
Brazilian media reported the restructuring would result in the closure of 10 magazines and the loss of 170 editorial jobs.
The longtime editor has a lot of material to pull from.
The goal is to get readers to vote in state primaries.
Jessica Pels jumps over from Marie Claire to replace Amy Odell at Cosmo.
Robin Wright, fueled by her work with girls in the Congo, joined Cosmopolitan editor in chief Michele Promaulayko for a dinner discussion on empowering and protecting women.
“This idea that in fashion, the woman boss is somehow mean-spirited felt inaccurate. That’s not who I am, that’s not who the women I work with are.”
The series is based on Thomas Maier’s book “Newhouse.”
“A Day Without A Woman” will be a day without content for some outlets.
Cosmopolitan is in the running for magazine of the year.
Hearst continues its consolidation as two editors oversee more titles and report to chief content officer Joanna Coles.