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Apple Has Snagged More Than 50 Publishers For Its News App

Apple has recruited publishers like Conde Nast and Vox Media in its quest to create the news reader to beat all news readers. Apple has signed up several new media brands to its upcoming Apple News app, which is intended as a competitor to Flipboard and other news aggregators. Show More Summary

NJ is Unfriendly. You Gotta Problem With That?

According to Conde Nast (part of a conglomerate whose holdings include the Star Ledger, NJ.com, and several other New Jersey papers), two of the top ten "unfriendliest" cities in the U.S. are in New Jersey. Newark comes in as number 1, and Atlantic City as number 3 in terms of unfriendliness. Show More Summary

If you think Amazon is bad, check out Condé Nast: Still making evil into a brand value

I got some flak when I wrote about the hellmouth of HR awfulness that is Amazon. Obviously I just hate the disruptive disruptors doing their important disruption. I’d never write about the mendacious mediocrities driving the media even...Show More Summary

Career Beat: Josh Stinchcomb named managing director of 23 Stories

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Josh Stinchcomb is now managing director of Conde Nast’s 23 Stories. Previously, he was senior vice president of sales strategy and partnerships for the Conde Nast Media Group. Show More Summary

The New Style.com Won't Launch Until Early 2016

Condé Nast is shedding some light on the new Style.com team in the U.K. Under the direction of Franck Zayan, who was hired in December 2013 from Galeries Lafayette, the publishing company's online shopping venture has amassed a London-based team with experience at Asos, Net-a-Porter,... Continue reading

Fashion Magazines Stay Mum on September Ad Page Numbers

When it comes to the September issues, size matters.Or at least it used to, the Association of Magazine Media (MPA) is arguing. This year, fashion titles at Condé Nast, Hearst and Time Inc. have collectively refused to release the number of print ads sold in their September issues,... Continue reading

Inside Vanity Fair’s Special “Trans America” Issue

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

After making history in July with their groundbreaking cover story introducing Caitlyn Jenner, Vanity Fair (with an assist from Condé Nast) is making history once again with their special edition issue: “Trans America: Exploring Gender...Show More Summary

Facebook is now more important than Google for online publishers (FB, GOOG)

Facebook is starting to drive more traffic to digital media websites than Google is, according to new data from Parsely, an analytics firm which collects data for about 400 digital publishers, including Conde Nast, Reuters, Mashable, and The Atlantic. Show More Summary

Dads React To Their Daughters Being Catcalled On NYC Streets

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Dads came face-to-face with their daughters being catcalled in a new hidden-camera experiment. Conde Naste Entertainment's The Scene used a hidden camera to record three women walking through the streets of New York City, south of 34th Street, and dealing with catcalling along the way. Show More Summary

4 Major Publishers Can Now Put Ads in Their Online Comment Sections

It was only a matter of time before marketers started squeezing native ads into every nook of a publisher's site, and now Condé Nast, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and Fox News can sell promos that pop up in story comments. Today, Livefyre—a...Show More Summary

'Conde Nast Traveler' is Making its Magazine More Book-like

If a magazine is bigger and thicker, will readers be more likely to buy it and keep it on their coffee tables? Condé Nast Traveler is betting on it. Starting with the September issue, the magazine is now one inch wider and printed on denser paper stock. "The goal is that it's more of a... Continue reading

Inside Condé Nast's Expanding Education Business

Once upon a time, Condé Nast International was a publisher: the international arm of New York’s Condé Nast, responsible for producing the rest of the world’s Vogues, alongside dozens of other titles. All of the above is still true – but it’s no longer the full story.The company’s non-publishing... Continue reading

Kandee Johnson Shares “Facial Fitness” Tips In Newest Conde Nast Collaboration

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Last November, Conde Nast Entertainment (CNE) made a play for bigger digital viewership when it announced a partnership with beauty guru Kandee Johnson. The deal brought Johnson (and her audience of more than 3.1 million YouTube subscribers)...Show More Summary

But of Course, a Louboutin Broke the Condé Nast Escalator

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The red (-soled) menace has struck Condé Nast headquarters. We're talking, of course, about the Christian Louboutin heel that wedged itself into the escalator at HQ, temporarily halting operations. Katie Turrel, the company's director of talent acquisition, posted some dramatic documentation on Instagram.  The Cinderellaesque culprit has yet to be... More »

The New Westin Grand Cayman is Even Better With Upgraded Rooms & Public Spaces

Crystal blue water, white sand beaches and swaying palm trees—The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Club is ready to welcome you to their little piece of paradise. Gracing the coveted Condé Nast Traveler’s Go... via JustLuxe.com

Anna Wintour Is Bullish on Zara, Bearish on Perfection

4 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Get ready to revise your estimation of Anna Wintour, because, per a WWD report today, she's a fan of imperfection — and also of Zara. Huh? Well, the Condé Nast artistic director spoke to the Glamour staff last week, according to the paper's "Memo Pad" column, and she addressed some... More »

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