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Could YouTube Replace Women’s Magazines?

Tomorrow’s magazine journalist may be more likely to work with video, answer reader comments online and push out news on social media, if Hearst’s Hello Style YouTube channel is any indication. The recently launched Hearst channel brings together five of the publishing behemoth’s women’s titles, including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar, to create videos [...]
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“iPad Head Girl” walks around NYC to promote Hearst’s first iPad only magazine

Technology : The Next Web Blog (3 years ago)

Hearst, the media conglomerate behind Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, ELLE and O, The Oprah Magazine is launching its first iPad only magazine today called Cosmo For Guys (CFG). It is also the first time Hearst has turned to... Read Post

Vogue’s New iPhone App Will Style Your Wardrobe And Please Advertisers

Technology : TechCrunch (5 years ago)

Conde Nast has been working to fuse its fashion content with technology and social media. Lucky Magazine incorporated e-commerce into its online site and also partnered with Four Square. Today, Vogue Magazine is launching an innovat... Read Post

Hearst’s Latest Social Launch: A Redbook App For Father’s Day

Technology : TechCrunch (2 years ago)

Hearst is best known as print publisher, but this year it has been making a big push into social media. Its latest effort is a Father's Day themed Facebook app for Redbook magazine. In order to use the Father's Day app, people need ... Read Post


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