Lena Dunham is on the cover of her second Condé Nast title of 2014: Glamour's April issue. She looks so beautiful that it's making us suspicious. We, the writers of the Cut, demand the un-retouched photos! Just kidding. Just kidding. But seriously, Dunham looks great in the '60s-inspired, mod-themed shoot —... More »
News and Notes from Around the Interweb: Six things that every smart traveler should do this month. My contribution to Wendy Perrin’s Conde’ Nast list was to redeem US Airways miles for travel on Star Alliance airlines before they depart for oneworld at the end of the month. Show More Summary
Need a mental escape or a dream vacation diversion? Condé Nast Traveler has named the 12 most scenic islands, including Mount Desert Island, Maine (at left), with hotel suggestions. READ MORE »
The Washingtpn Post travel section has a piece on a reporter who ‘secret shopped’ an innovative travel agency. Perhaps the time I spent last week in Charleston at a Conde’ Nast Traveler gathering of their ‘World’s Top Travel Specialists’...Show More Summary
Elegance and seduction, excellence and artistic sense make the spirit of Condé Nast. For a century, the publishing conglomerate - editor of magazines Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour or W - plays a role determining in the field of the fashion photography. Show More Summary
Chuck Townsend, CEO of Condé Nast, is fan of Cindi Leive, Glamour’s editor-in-chief. Even if (maybe!) Anna Wintour isn’t. Ever since Wintour was named artistic director and immediately began lopping off Condé editors’ heads, rumors have...Show More Summary
At this point, we’re all familiar with Cheryl Strayed’s transformative solo hike of the Pacific Crest Trail that she wrote about in Wild. Yet at Condé Nast Traveler, she discusses how a recent family vacation to Laos reawakened her passion for travel. “Here we were on a sacred hill so far off from the place […]
In the summer of 2011, the Twitter account @CondeElevator had a brief and wonderful run. Only 36 tweets went out to over 75,000 followers, ostensibly reporting from inside the hallowed hollows of Condé Nast's elevator shaft. @CondeElevator gave readers a sense of the out-of-touch attitudes at some of the most... More »
October, 2013: Conde Nast ends its internship program rather than pay legal wages.
Condé Nast’s official World Trade Center move-in date looms nearer: Well, it's in January 2015, but a lot of preparations need to be made, obviously. WWD reports that in an internal memo sent to staff, CEO Chuck Townsend outlined what to expect in the new building. And if you believe... More »
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Today Poised to Win First Week in 18 Months (TVNewser) Based on Nielsen national fast program ratings, NBC’s Today show has claimed a rare win in both total viewers and the younger demo as the show originated from Olympic Park in Sochi, Russia. Show More Summary
The great Condé Nast migration — from 4 Times Square to 1 World Trade Center — will begin in November. That’s according to a memo from the company’s CEO, Chuck Townsend. In the note, which was obtained by Capital New York, Townsend explained...Show More Summary
Ever found yourself with an issue of Condé Nast Traveler and wondered, How can I have a trip like that? Now you can.
There were two stories linked through Editor & Publisher that looked to me like they might have some relationship to various issues facing comics. This article about the elimination of unpaid internships by Conde Nast in light of lawsuits, combined with an editor's perspective on his publication's internship program, seems promising to me. Show More Summary
The problem with the whole experience is that most people who intern in fashion almost always come from money. But that doesn't mean they can get away without paying you.
Digital advertising startup iSocket has closed a fresh $5 million round of funding today. ISocket’s platform makes it easier for digital publishers to bring in advertising sales from high-end clients by automating the process. ISocket provides those advertisers with a …
iSocket, which offers tools for selling online ads, is announcing that it has raised $5 million in new funding. The round was led by Time Warner Investments, with participation from Condé Nast, R&R Venture Partners (a fund created by former Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons and Ronald Lauder), and investor Vivi Nevo.
Pebble Beach, California is known as one of the premier golf venues worldwide. Pebble Beach Golf Links opened in 1919 and will host the 2019 US Open tournament. There are three other world class golf courses owned by Pebble Beach Company...Show More Summary
Monterey Peninsula locals know that the ATT National Pro-Am often coincides with a February winter storm blowing in from the Pacific. This week has brought the most significant rainfall to Central Coast California since 2012 to help with the drought conditions and interfere with the golf conditions. Show More Summary