Condé Nast Entertainment is getting a new president steeped in video programming for Millennial audiences.
The newspaper cut nearly a dozen people in a reorganization of non-editorial staff around “missions” to speed up subscriptions.
Even Trump-favored Fox News sees a CNN reporter being banned from covering the White House as an unacceptable move against the press.
The 75-year-old title will no longer have a regular print schedule, as Hearst continues to change under its new magazines president.
The newspaper is digitizing its archive to showcase more photos and redesigning its business section around “digital storytelling.”
The French publisher is launching a virtual currency and a new platform to compensate consumers for their time and data.
IZEA’s “State of the Creator Economy” report reveals three key trends for creating authenticity within influencer marketing.
Edward Felsenthal is taking on the dual role of lead editor and chief executive officer under the new ownership of billionaire Marc Benioff.
The platform will be an offshoot of Factory45, a program meant to help entrepreneurs start sustainable and ethically made fashion brands.
Phillip Picardi is coming to lead Out magazine amid a staff exodus, operational hurdles and some financial challenges.
The event for women executives is smaller than other conferences out there, but its focus is a draw for attendees and advertisers.
Myers will be taking up the reins of the still-new Shondaland web site.