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Condé Nast Releases Full-year Diversity Findings

The publisher’s first annual diversity and inclusion report revealed considerable work to be done when it comes to bringing more groups into the fold.

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Remaining Condé Nast Perks Dry Up as Budgets Stretched ‘Globally’

Changes at the publisher continue amid an ongoing fight for profitability and the combination of American and international operations.

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Media People: Cat Marnell’s Second Act

One of publishing’s former enfants terribles is back from the brink — and a multiyear sojourn around the world — and now she’s helping to light a path forward for the industry.

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NYT Lets Go of Trademark Lawsuit Against Time Magazine

The newspaper late last year sued Time over its launch of “Time 100 Talks.”

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Gideon Lichfield


Condé Nast Pulls New Wired Editor From MIT

He succeeds Nicholas Thompson, who departed to take on the the chief executive officer tole at The Atlantic.

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FILE - In this Oct. 18, 2011 file photo, traffic passes the New York Times building, in New York. In a Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 “State of the Times” speech to employees, New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger said his successor will be chosen within two years. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)


Media Carousel: ‘The Daily’s’ New Editor and More Media Jobs News

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

clock February 25, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

FILE - In this July 22, 2008 file photo, traffic passes in front of The New York Times building in New York. The New York Times says it will charge readers for full access to its Web site starting in 2011, a risky move aimed at drawing more revenue online without driving away advertisers that want the biggest possible audience.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)


The New York Times Diversity Report Finds Major Failings

The report was commissioned by management at The New York Times eight months ago.

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Alison Overholt


O, The Oprah Magazine Pulls New General Manager From ESPN

Hearst also revealed that the publication’s name will be changed and a paywall is to be introduced.

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Juan Costa Paz


Vogue Appoints Global Creative Director

Juan Costa Paz will work across the American and British Vogue titles.

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Dust magazine


Ella Emhoff Lands First Magazine Cover

She’s been revealed as the cover face of the new issue of Berlin-based fashion and art title Dust.

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The Grazia covers featuring Keke Palmer and Elizabeth Olsen.


What to Expect From Grazia USA

New editor in chief and chief creative officer David Thielebeule discusses his plans for the U.S. version of the 83-year-old brand.

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Google's New York headquarters.


Google to Pay News Corp for Content in Three-year Deal

The news comes as Australia’s parliament began debating a law that would force Google and Facebook to compensate media companies for showing their content.

clock February 17, 2021Kathryn Hopkins



Media Carousel: Elle’s New Digital Director and More Media Jobs News

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

clock February 9, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

Joerg Koch, the editor in chief of 032c.


Media People: Joerg Koch of 032c

The editor in chief of 032c shares how the magazine, ready-to-wear and consultancy platform has kept up for 20 years and its road ahead. 

clock February 8, 2021Martino Carrera

Travel magazines' covers.


How Travel Magazines Are Filling Their Pages Almost One Year Into the Pandemic

“What we quickly realized was that people needed news so our role shifted,” said Julia Cosgrove, editor in chief of independent travel magazine Afar.

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