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Empire editor Mark Dinning leaves for Time Out Dubai

Mark Dinning, Empire's longest-serving editor, is leaving the Bauer Media film magazine after eight years to become the editor of Time Out Dubai.

 

Shulman's Vogue bucks trends to remain on top

Vogue's editor of more than two decades tells David Benady how the magazine has remained high-end while widening its appeal.

 

Creature rolls out Cosmopolitan honour killing campaign

Creature London has created the winning image for Cosmopolitan's campaign to remember the victims of honour killings.

 

Bloomberg appoints Matt Teeman as commercial director EMEA

Bloomberg Media has appointed former DMG Media and BBC Magazines leader Matt Teeman as its commercial director in Europe, Media East and Africa.

 

MaxiNutrition signs deal with Men's Health

MaxiNutrition, the sports nutrition brand, has signed a deal to promote the Total Body Challenge, a new workout programme from Men's Health, the Hearst-Rodale magazine.

 

Embattled Future sells another magazine brand

Future Publishing has continued the disposal of its titles following the raid on the ailing publisher in May by Immediate Media, transferring lifestyle magazine The Simple Things to independent publisher Iceberg Press.

 

NRS is ready to build for a new future: Calls for 'media producers' to be differentiated from aggregators

Following Campaign's revelation that the NPA has started a review of its requirements for audience measurement this month, Simon Redican, chief executive of the National Readership Survey explains why after a 56 year partnership, the company welcomes...

 

Forbes family sells Forbes Media after 97 years

The Forbes family has sold a "majority stake" in its US and global publishing company Forbes Media to a group of international investors, ending a 97-year dynasty started by Bruce Forbes.

 

News brands are keen to set the agenda, but it is a time for collaboration

"The NRS in its current form no longer serves newspaper needs." Not my words but those of Bob Hulks, the ex-independent chairman of the Newspaper Publishers Association Review Group, speaking at the Media Research Group conference back in 1998.

 

Consolidating Future secures new bank agreements to 2016

Future reports "good progress" with its transformation programme in its Interim Management Statement for the three months to June 2014, confirming the media group has secured more financial headroom following the £24 million sale of its sports and cr...

 

Lord Heseltine inducted into the PPA Hall of Fame at the 2014 PPA Awards

Former president and CEO of The National Magazine Company Terry Mansfield CBE presented the honour to Lord Heseltine, the chairman of Haymarket Media Group and former deputy prime minister, in recognition of his contribution to UK magazine media.

 

Standard's Andrew Mullins moves to Informa

Andrew Mullins, the managing director of the London Evening Standard and Independent Print Limited, is moving to be a divisional chief executive at Informa, the events and publishing company.

 

Does Stuff's move herald a new era for men's mags?

Is Stuff's decision to remove women models from its front covers significant for the industry, Arif Durrani asks.

 

Things we like: SMG taking over Turnmills, Stationer's report, Absolute Radio

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 11 July, and one thing we didn't....

 

Agencies go head to head for 'honour killings' campaign

Cosmopolitan magazine is pitting Adam & Eve/DDB, Leo Burnett and Creature London against each other as part of a competition to create an emotive awareness campaign around "honour killings".

 

Bauer Media continues commercial restructure

Bauer Media, the owner of Kiss, Empire and Grazia, has made more changes to its commercial team, following the arrival of Richard Dunmall, the group managing director of advertising.

 

IPC targets commercial unity with new model

What does the industry make of the publisher's restructure, which merges the three divisions into one, Ian Griggs asks.

 

Things We Like: Big thinkers tuning into TV, Trinity gets collaborative, Stuff drops the girls

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 4 July, and one thing we didn't....

 

Former magazine leader Ian Locks takes lead at The Stationers' Company

Ian Locks, the former chief executive of magazine body PPA, will succeed Tom Hempenstall as Master of The Stationers' Company, the City of London Livery Company for the communications and content industries.

 

Stuff magazine drops girls from covers

Haymarket Media Group, the publisher of Stuff magazine, has dropped images of women from the magazine's covers after "non-girl" front pages proved more popular on the newsstand.

 
 

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