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Hearst Union Election Will Take Place in July

This comes after Hearst gave the green light to staffers to vote from home during the pandemic.

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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 14:  A view of guests attending the Ellie Awards 2019 at Brooklyn Steel on March 14, 2019 in New York City.  (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for ASME)


The New York Times Magazine Wins Big at the Virtual Ellies

Most winners did not get their moment in the spotlight as there were no acceptance speeches, with the exception of Esquire’s David Granger, who was inducted into the hall of fame.

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Harper's Bazaar and Elle's 2019 September issues.


September Issues Will Be Exactly What They Say on the Cover This Year

Magazine publishers are pushing back the newsstand release date of the most important issue of the year to September instead of August due to the coronavirus.

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The first issue of Playboy magazine from December 1953.


Playboy Enacting Layoffs After Closure of Print Magazine

The men’s magazine shuttered its well-known magazine in March, not long after the coronavirus hit the U.S.

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Google Coronavirus


Google Starts Giving Millions to Struggling Local Newsrooms

More than 5,000 small newsrooms in many countries are receiving tens of millions of dollars in grants from the search giant.

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Hearst's ad initiative


Hearst Magazines Offers Fashion, Beauty Brands Free Ads Through ‘Together’ Initiative

More than 80 brands have participated, including Chanel, Gucci, Cartier, Carolina Herrera and Unilever.

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The Atlantic Lays Off Nearly 20% of Staff Amid Coronavirus Fallout

Despite a recent surge in subscriptions, the magazine is making steep cuts to employees.

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Megan Rapinoe attends the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Awards at the Ziegfeld Ballroom, in New York2019 Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Awards, New York, USA - 09 Dec 2019


Sports Illustrated Publisher Maven Receives $5.7M Federal Loan

The announcement comes amid a growing backlash against publicly traded businesses tapping into the funds.

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Vice Media


Vice Media Group Cuts 155 Jobs Worldwide

It’s one of a number of media companies that has announced layoffs this week amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Lara Logan sues New York Magazine


Lara Logan Lawsuit Over NY Mag Story Tossed From Court

The now Fox News contributor had sought $25 million in retribution over a 2014 story on her retracted Benghazi report for CBS.

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People Magazine


People’s Digital Staffers Seek to Unionize, Meredith Declines to Recognize Efforts

Currently, only print employees at People Magazine, one of Meredith’s prized possessions, are unionized with the News Guild of New York.

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May's digital WSJ.


WSJ. Magazine to Skip August Print Issue Due to the Coronavirus

A number of fashion and lifestyle magazines in the U.S. have been altering their summer print plans during lockdown.

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L'Officiel's U.S. homepage.


L’Officiel Reducing Print as Freelancers Demand Long Overdue Payments

Many writers and photographers have been waiting a year or more to be paid for work published by the magazine.

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Paper Magazine


Paper Cuts: The Iconic Magazine Is on Hiatus

Paper owner ENTtech Media has halted print issues, temporarily cut pay and laid off some staffers.

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This photo shows the New York Times building in New York. On Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, The New York Times Co. said Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is now the largest holder of its publicly traded shares. The business magnate, who built his fortune by amassing a range of retail, industrial and telecom companies, is ranked by Forbes as the world's second-richest person with an estimated net worth of $72 billionNew York Times Carlos Slim, New York, USA


The New York Times Expects Advertising to Drop as Much as 55% Despite Record Subscriptions

Chief executive Mark Thompson said there will likely be some job cuts, although they won’t occur in journalism.

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