Magazine news & analysis
Condé Nast's Vogue has launched a three minute creative campaign of models across Storm's iconic One Piccadilly site today, to promote its April issue.
Evidence builds that mature consumers are more tech-savvy and less brand-loyal than brands thought. By Arif Durrani.
The new chairman of the Professional Publishers Association, Haymarket's Kevin Costello, was snapped last night in a picture that looked a little familiar.
Condé Nast Britain has hired Wil Harris, the co-founder of YouTube network ChannelFlip, as its head of digital, replacing Jamie Jouning.
Tablets offer an exciting new opportunity for premium and luxury brands, say Neil Cunningham, head of digital at specialist media shop Cream UK, and Karen Stephenson, head of client operations at Cream UK.
Time Inc, the parent company of IPC Media, is launching a single global programmatic buying exchange for all of its titles, using Google's programmatic platform.
How can the magazine make up for the loss of copy sales and also pay for an increased print run? Its new chief commercial officer tells David Benady about her big plans.
This week, Richard Dunmall, managing director, advertising, Bauer Media is somewhat star-struck when he joins MediaCom at the Ronan O'Gara testimonial dinner.
Digital's share of revenue at magazine publishers more than doubled last year, according to the Professional Publishers Association's Publishing Futures survey, although print still dominates the income model.
Time Out Group has appointed Kimberley O'Hara, the digital sales development director at Johnson Publishing, as chief commercial officer to lead its international commercial presence outside North America.
Hearst Magazine UK's Men's Health had the highest circulation of any of the men's magazines to publish the new combined print and digital circulation figure from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
The women's glossy magazine sector experienced a tough six months in the second half of 2013, with falls across the board led by Hearst Magazine's Company tumbling by almost a third (31.8%).
This February's ABC results herald a new era for the report with the introduction of a single headline figure that encompasses print and digital for the first time.
IPC Media's Style at Home is continuing to buck a modest decline in the home interests sector, posting another double-digit year-on-year circulation increase.
It's encouraging that in the interests of greater transparency, the July - December 2013 ABC results report the print and digital editions (those that are a 95% replica of the print counterpart and read exactly like a magazine, on a digital platform ...
There are some welcome chinks of light in today's magazines report for the last six months of 2013 by the Audit Bureau of Circulations, with pockets of notable growth for the newly combined print and digital figures.
Today's magazine ABC figures will combine print and digital edition circulations for the first time, breaking important new ground.
Does adding the copy sales metrics together help or hinder advertisers using the ABC's figures, Arif Durrani asks.
Dennis Publishing has struck an agreement to launch a licensed edition of The Week magazine in the Middle East, with United Arab Emirates publisher Motivate.
This week, James Tye, chief executive, Dennis Publishing, talks responsive websites, beating the Tube strike on foot and why The Week is a quintessentially middle-class read.
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