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Vogue launches biggest ever March issue with 275 pages of ads

Vogue launches biggest ever March issue with 275 pages of ads

Vogue, the Condé Nast fashion title, has produced 275 pages of advertising in its March issue - the largest number in a March issue in the 100-year history of the magazine.

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Georgina Parrott named Hearst-Rodale sales director

Georgina Parrott named Hearst-Rodale sales director

Georgina Parrott, a sales director at Hearst Magazines UK, has been appointed as the sales director at Hearst-Rodale.

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Fame or infamy? For brands it's a question of commitment

Fame or infamy? For brands it's a question of commitment

Ads by brands such as Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Equinox have made the start of the year surprisingly provocative. While being at the centre of a Twitter storm is a sure-fire way to get noticed, Piers...

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Supply Management magazine relaunches with campaign to end UK slavery

Supply Management magazine relaunches with campaign to end UK slavery

Supply Management, the official magazine of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply trade body, has relaunched with a campaign to end slavery in the supply chain.

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IBT Media appoints Greg Witham as first chief operations officer

IBT Media appoints Greg Witham as first chief operations officer

Greg Witham, the former group publishing director for Cosmopolitan at Hearst, is joining IBT Media, which owns Newsweek, as its first chief operations officer for the UK and EMEA.

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London Pride ads invite punters to the 'January ale'

London Pride ads invite punters to the 'January ale'

Fuller's, the London brewery, has borrowed from John Lewis and Selfridges in its January campaign for London Pride.

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The year ahead for magazines

The year ahead for magazines

Supported by a marketing body for the first time, the industry will be focusing on new distribution models and revenue streams.

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British Airways lands ads in Time Out London takeover

British Airways lands ads in Time Out London takeover

British Airways has taken over all of the advertising space in today's Time Out London, the city listings title.

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Haymarket's profits jump 8.7 per cent after online and US expansion

Haymarket's profits jump 8.7 per cent after online and US expansion

Haymarket's operating profits rose 8.7 per cent last year to £5 million as the owner of Campaign and Pistonheads increased revenues in online and in America.

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Hearst relaunches Asda magazine as Good Living

Hearst relaunches Asda magazine as Good Living

Asda has relaunched its in-store magazine under a new brand called Good Living.

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Condé Nast Digital boosts revenue with programmatic

Condé Nast Digital boosts revenue with programmatic

Condé Nast Digital, which owns Glamour and GQ, has claimed that its revenue has increased 40 per cent year on year.

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Cosmopolitan launches campaign to celebrate beauty and diversity

Cosmopolitan launches campaign to celebrate beauty and diversity

Cosmopolitan is to launch a multi-platform campaign to celebrate beauty and diversity in the UK.

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Eve Sleep targets sleepy commuters

Eve Sleep targets sleepy commuters

Eve Sleep, the mattress company, has launched a long copy campaign to tell sleepy consumers that they can have a better night's sleep with its mattress.

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Airbnb reconsiders future of £9 Pineapple magazine

Airbnb reconsiders future of £9 Pineapple magazine

Airbnb's pricey, high-end travel magazine appears to have stalled after just one issue.

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Escapism launches ad-free issue on refugee crisis

Escapism launches ad-free issue on refugee crisis

Square Up Media, which owns Escapism and Square Mile, has published its first ad-free title, on the global refugee crisis.

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Spear's to hit retail newsstands

Spear's to hit retail newsstands

Spear's, the wealth management and luxury lifestyle title, is to appear on retail newsstands.

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Lad mags failed because 'most men use moisturiser and take selfies now'

Lad mags failed because 'most men use moisturiser and take selfies now'

FHM, Zoo and other lads' mags failed because "most men are using moisturiser and taking selfies" and don't want to portray a "laddish" image on social media, according to the editor of ShortList.

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Mixmag emulates Vice by dancing with brands

Mixmag emulates Vice by dancing with brands

As record and magazine sales slump, the title is reinventing itself as a digital and live events company.

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Lads' mags paid for not following readers online

Lads' mags paid for not following readers online

Print versions of laddishness have died out because they lacked digital insights into their core readers, Mimi Turner believes.

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Hearst Magazines appoints Becky Gee as strategic partnerships director

Hearst Magazines appoints Becky Gee as strategic partnerships director

Becky Gee, the publisher at Red, the Hearst Magazines UK title, has taken on the new role of strategic partnerships director at the publisher.

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