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The Disappearing Title of Magazine Editor in Chief

As the media landscape continues to evolve, so too do the titles.

Martha Stewart Living Is Going Out of Print

Dotdash Meredith is continuing to consolidate its print offering.

What Happened to 50 Magazines Since the Pandemic Began

WWD analyzed 50 U.S.-based titles to find out how the pandemic and general media landscape impacted print…

Laura Brown Departs InStyle as It Ends Print Run

Five other former Meredith titles are also impacted.

2021 Media Moves: Chidozie Obasi Appointed Deputy Editor of ODDA and More

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

What Dotdash’s Acquisition of Meredith Could Mean for Its Print Titles

Meredith titles include People, InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, Magnolia Journal and Southern Living.

Dotdash Acquires People Publisher Meredith

Meredith's other brands include InStyle and Entertainment Weekly.

Will Fashion Editors Be Back at Shows?

After two mostly virtual seasons, there will be more than 90 shows and presentations at New York Fashion Week.

Media’s Beauty Business Play

As traditional media advertising revenues continue to slump, more titles are eyeing the beauty market.

Meredith Sells Local Media Division for $2.7 Billion

The Des Moines, Iowa-based company plans to focus on its magazine business, which publishes titles such as…

On Staff: Do Glossy Fashion Magazine Internships Still Exist?

Condé Nast's new internship program lists only one editorial opportunity at digital-only publication Glamour…

How Diverse Are the Three Biggest Consumer Magazine Publishers? New Reports Reveal Breakdown

Meredith, Condé Nast and Hearst have all released diversity reports over the past few months.

The Magazines People Have Actually Been Reading During the Pandemic

Home decor, bookazines and food are among the categories that have performed well in print and online.

Departures Magazine Is Going Digital First and Will No Longer Be Published by Meredith

Jeffries Blackerby, Departures' editor in chief, is exiting the company after four years in the top job.

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