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Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire

It started as a magazine assignment: Bill Buford, then-fiction editor of The New Yorker, was tasked to…

Publishers Peer Ahead to Second Half

Unforgiving. In a word, that is the nature of the advertising market magazine publishers are facing heading…

WWD Exclusive: Hearst Magazines Appoints First Ever Editorial Director

Not every editor in chief gets to handpick their successor, but then, how often does an editor lure Oprah to…

WWD Exclusive: Maxim Announces New Editor-in-Chief

NEW YORK — Dennis Publishing today named Jimmy Jellinek editor in chief of Maxim, confirming an exclusive…

The One, but Not the Only

Howell Raines, the fly-fishing, zone-flooding former executive editor of The New York Times, is a true…

Getting Mauled While Saving the World

To most people in the magazine business, hardship is trying to get a cab on Sixth Avenue in the rain, and…

Memo Pad: Kind of Blue

Don't expect Martha Stewart's newest magazine to look much like the ones that

Marie Claire Announces New EIC

NEW YORK — Hearst Magazines has named Joanna Coles as editor in chief of Marie Claire. Coles was previously…

The First Shot Is the Deepest

Photographers, as a rule, don't worry too much about efficiency.

What’s Behind the Soaring Magazine Death Rate

What's behind the latest rash of new magazine failures, and items from the Memo Pad.

Cargo Magazine Folds

After two years of trying and failing to establish itself in the market, Cargo, the men's shopping magazine…

ASME Announces National Magazine Award Nominations

NEW YORK - The Atlantic Monthly didn't even have an editor in chief in 2005, but that didn't stop it from…

‘Miss Seventeen’ Future Uncertain

Where's season two?

Magazines: The Establishment Rules

The magazine business may be challenged, but don't slap a toe tag on it yet.

The Quotable … Atoosa Rubenstein

With the recent successful conclusion of "Miss Seventeen," her MTV reality series, Seventeen editor in chief…