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Twitter's Dara Nasr: Brands can learn from how publishers use Twitter

Twitter's Dara Nasr: Brands can learn from how publishers use Twitter

Dara Nasr, the UK managing director of Twitter, said brands can win on Twitter by mimicking publishers' agility and immersion in current conversations.

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Hearst is bringing magazines to life with events focus

Hearst is bringing magazines to life with events focus

Hearst is putting events front and centre in a 'dynamic distribution' strategy for its brands.

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Cosmopolitan partners with Estée Lauder to launch site for millennials

Cosmopolitan partners with Estée Lauder to launch site for millennials

Estée Lauder has teamed up with Cosmopolitan to create a microsite targeting millennials, for the launch of the cosmetic giant's new makeup range, The Estee Edit.

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Shortlist Media names Hearst's Ella Dolphin as CEO

Shortlist Media names Hearst's Ella Dolphin as CEO

Ella Dolphin, the group commercial director at Hearst UK, has been appointed as the chief executive of Shortlist Media, the publisher of ShortList and Stylist.

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Magnetic to bring together next generation of media planners

Magnetic to bring together next generation of media planners

Magnetic, the marketing body for magazines, is launching an event for media agency planners which aims to lift the lid on the changing world of publishing and content, in partnership with Campaign.

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Cosmopolitan editor Storr: younger readers don't know we're a magazine

Cosmopolitan editor Storr: younger readers don't know we're a magazine

Cosmopolitan can no longer rely on reaching millennial women at the big superstores as readers' behaviour changes, said Farah Storr, the magazine's UK editor.

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Magazine ABCs: Magnetic's Sue Todd looks beneath the numbers

Magazine ABCs: Magnetic's Sue Todd looks beneath the numbers

Beneath the diversity lie clear signals to magazine media's vitality and growth, says the chief executive of Magnetic.

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Condé Nast's Bob Sauerberg to become US CEO

Condé Nast's Bob Sauerberg to become US CEO

Bob Sauerberg has been named as the next US chief executive of Conde Nast, the magazine publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ.

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NME to become a free magazine after 63 years

NME to become a free magazine after 63 years

Time Inc's 63 year old music brand, NME, is to become a free weekly magazine from September and its digital output will be broadened to also include film, fashion, television, politics, gaming and technology.

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Gorman and MacCallum to lead judges of Media Week Awards 2015

Gorman and MacCallum to lead judges of Media Week Awards 2015

Rosemary Gorman, group ad director at Mail Newspapers, and Ali MacCallum, chief executive of Omnicom's M2M, will take the lead role as co-chairs of the judges at the Media Week Awards 2015.

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Hearst Magazines UK gains highest number of PPA Awards nominations

Hearst Magazines UK gains highest number of PPA Awards nominations

Hearst Magazines UK, the owner of Elle and Country Living, is the publisher with the most number of PPA Awards 2015 nominations.

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NUJ slams Richard Desmond's 'sick-making' £1.3m donation to Ukip

NUJ slams Richard Desmond's 'sick-making' £1.3m donation to Ukip

The decision by the Daily Express owner, Richard Desmond, to donate £1.3 million to Nigel Farage's UK Independence Party has been slammed as "sick-making" by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ).

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Attempts to revive Loaded fail, magazine to close after 21 years

Attempts to revive Loaded fail, magazine to close after 21 years

Loaded, a trailblazer in the men's magazine market in the nineties, is to close after 21 years following an unsuccessful attempt to breath new life into the title by Simian Publishing.

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Jeremy Clarkson suspended after 'fracas' with Top Gear producer

Jeremy Clarkson suspended after 'fracas' with Top Gear producer

The BBC has suspended Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson after a "fracas" with the show's producer, leading to the removal of the programme from Sunday's schedule.

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NRS Padd: OK! Magazine, Tesco and What's on TV enjoy readership sector highs

NRS Padd: OK! Magazine, Tesco and What's on TV enjoy readership sector highs

OK! Magazine, Tesco Magazine and What's on TV all enjoyed sector leading readerships in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to this week's National Readership Survey (NRS) figures for magazines.

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Magazine ABCs: Home interest sector in need of a revamp

Magazine ABCs: Home interest sector in need of a revamp

The Home Interest sector housed declines in circulations with a fall of 3.4% year on year, James Tyrell, investment director at Havas Media Group UK, takes a closer look.

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Magazine ABCs: In support of magazine metrics

Magazine ABCs: In support of magazine metrics

Rather than scouring a 73 page pdf document to get a full overview of the health of the magazine marketplace, logging into the new interactive tables today provided instant visual clues, says an enthusiastic...

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Magazine ABCs: Men's lifestyle category hosts a complex mix of brands in 2015

Magazine ABCs: Men's lifestyle category hosts a complex mix of brands in 2015

Men's Health continues to be the most popular magazine bought by British males while freesheets ShortList and Sport boast the biggest reach and hybrid Forever Sports grows 45%.

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Magazines ABCs: Women's monthlies led by Good Housekeeping

Magazines ABCs: Women's monthlies led by Good Housekeeping

Women's monthly magazines' circulations have had a tough time during the last year, with eight of the top ten titles reporting losses in today's ABC report.

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Magazine ABCs: Women's weeklies highs and lows

Magazine ABCs: Women's weeklies highs and lows

In the fast and loose woman's weeklies, OK! Magazine and That's Life bucked the downward trends to report lifts in their circulations for the last six months of 2014.

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