At the Ellie Awards, The New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine took home big awards — as did rookies Topic and Kazoo Magazine.
A number of other intimates brands are also upping their game to compete for lingerie market share.
It seems Vanity Fair isn’t too pleased with a recent Times piece on the waning insider allure of the annual Oscars party.
The popular podcast apparently has a way with listeners, even those in markets the Times typically can’t reach.
The newspaper is getting even more ambitious around digital subscriptions.
A lot is at stake for Internet platforms and publishers in Europe, where an extension of copyright law is being considered.
There was plenty of book talk, but also some insight into what the work of a New York Times book editor is like.
The newspaper cut nearly a dozen people in a reorganization of non-editorial staff around “missions” to speed up subscriptions.
The newspaper is digitizing its archive to showcase more photos and redesigning its business section around “digital storytelling.”
The Times is expanding its real-life travel arm with a focus on younger subscribers.
Italy’s fashion association issued an official statement in the face of accusations of irregular working conditions in the country.
Merkin knew there would be blowback but wanted to get “another side of the story” out there.