Jonathan Treiber is chief executive officer and cofounder of RevTrax, an offer-management platform.
Not satisfied with being a cool movie house, Metrograph could be the first theater cum publisher/studio/agency.
Layoffs at the magazine amount to about 5 percent of its full-time staff.
The French publisher is centralizing editorial oversight of its many editions, launching events and has a new editor in Italy.
It seems the traditionally business-focused newspaper is looking to branch out into newer territory.
Arianna Huffington’s enterprise has a new business lead from Refinery29, and new executives from Vice and Inverse.
Dubbed “Dare I Say,” the podcast has a political bent with Wilde discussing a range of topics with celebrities and activists.
The women-focused digital media company has some ambitious plans for its live experiences and events.
With its third publisher in as many years, the liberal magazine wants to relaunch podcasts and increase coverage to up its media game.
The popular podcast apparently has a way with listeners, even those in markets the Times typically can’t reach.
Instagram may be trying to up its allure for luxury fashion advertisers by partnering with the well regarded creative director.
It’s taken the publisher longer than planned to off-load the two former Time Inc. titles.
Dozens of contributors are pressuring Out leadership for overdue payments, but financial issues seem to be affecting new staffers, too.