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Condé Nast seeks a path to profitability with a global CEO

by Jed Kim Nov 27, 2018
Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg announced he is stepping down today after initiating major restructuring that will combine the company’s U.S. and international divisions under a new CEO. The publishing giant has enjoyed robust print and digital circulation for celebrated titles…
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How the deaths of gay men became a commodity

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Oct 15, 2018
A haunting money story from the AIDS epidemic that all started in the pages of gay men's lifestyle magazines.
A pile of 2018 issues of lifestyle magazines.
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How the deaths of gay men became a commodity

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Oct 15, 2018
A haunting money story from the AIDS epidemic that all started in the pages of gay men's lifestyle magazines.
A pile of 2018 issues of lifestyle magazines.
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How Condé Nast went from magazine publisher to entertainment company

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Dec 13, 2017
President Dawn Ostroff explains how video franchises like "73 Questions" are made.
“It seems like everybody is a little bit of everything these days,” says Dawn Ostroff, president of Condé Nast Entertainment.
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Tina Brown on Vanity Fair in the '80s, sexual harassment and being a "lady boss" her entire career

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 7, 2017
The former editor was an "observer at the feast" during the glitzy Reagan era and wrote about it in a new book.
Tina Brown speaks at the Women in the World Summit in 2015 in New York City.
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Hearst’s Joanna Coles says magazines are here to stay

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Oct 11, 2017
"There is no secret sauce, apart from deep passion for women's journalism," says the chief content officer.
“I've had several female bosses," Joanna Coles says. “They've all been super supportive. I don't like the tropes, particularly in my industry, that the senior women are mean to the junior staff.”
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Tronc reportedly buying Us Weekly despite falling celeb magazine sales

by Adriene Hill Mar 8, 2017
The publisher of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune apparently wants a piece of the celebrity magazine industry. Tronc, formerly Tribune Publishing, is reportedly in talks to buy Us Weekly.  The New York Post is putting the price somewhere…

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Brand identity is the key for magazines

by Reema Khrais Jan 10, 2017
Glossy and costly is a winner for some in the magazine industry.
Magazines are on display at a newsstand on February 25, 2015 in Lille. 

 
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Don't call National Geographic 'stodgy'

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 27, 2016
National Geographic Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg talks about why this is the best time for visual storytelling.
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Rolling Stone sells almost half of magazine business to Singapore-based startup

by Lewis Wallace Sep 26, 2016
The company is looking to diversify its business model.
A vendor in Singapore pulls out an issue of Rolling Stone. A Singapore firm linked to one of Asia's richest families has bought a 49 percent stake in Rolling Stone to expand the U.S. magazine's business in new markets.
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