Oct 11, 2017

Hearst’s Joanna Coles: magazines are a finger beckoning to the future

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Hearst's Chief Content Officer Joanna Coles on how she thinks about reinventing the 130 year old legacy magazine company.

Hearst Communications is a 130-year-old company best known for its magazines like Cosmo, Elle, and Esquire. A year ago, it appointed Joanna Coles, then the editor-in-chief of Cosmo, as the company’s first ever Chief Content Officer. She talked with us about her career in journalism and why she thinks magazines will never go away.

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