Graydon Carter, the 63-year-old editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, is currently negotiating a new contract with Condé Nast. According to The New York Post, the main hold-up to getting the deal done is that Carter’s lawyer — Allan Grubman...Show More Summary
Condé Nast Traveler photo editor Jocelyn Miller share her favorite family vacation tip: Take little kids to Slovenia. It's compact, beautiful, and packed with fairytale castles.
Condé Nast Traveler is coming to the Middle East, marking the first time a Condé brand has been available there. The new edition of Traveler — launching sometime with in the next year, according to WWD — will be its eighth. Middle East...Show More Summary
The New Yorker, a magazine owned by Condé Nast Publications, released a new online service called Strongbox this morning. First put together by Aaron Swartz, who died in January, and Kevin Poulsen, Strongbox allows people to send documents and messages to the magazine with a reasonable amount of anonymity. Show More Summary
Hotwire President Clem Bason finds deals on cruises to Alaska in the late spring and early summer, plus fall discounts on trips to Europe—both on Condé Nast Traveler award-winning cruise lines.
Five original web series were announced, with three debuting Wednesday. read more
Condé Nast Traveler editor in chief Klara Glowczewska shares her best pieces of advice for traveling with kids. Hint: It involves Italy.
Enter Condé Nast Traveler's sweepstakes now to win a two-night stay at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua in Maui. Bonus: The prize includes round-trip airfare for two.
Condé Nast made all the headlines when they announced their $20 million investment in international e-boutique site farfetch this spring. As of this month, Rodale, which publishes Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and Prevention will be making a similar, if quieter, foray into e-commerce.
An eagle-eyed passerby spotted someone who looks very much like John Galliano sipping Jamba Juice with an unknown companion in Bryant Park. Might he be waiting for someone from the nearby Conde Nast, like Vanity Fair's Ingrid Sischy, who interviewed him for that forthcoming tell-all? Or maybe he's just dropping by ... More »
Jill Bright, the chief administrative officer of the Conde Nast magazine empire, is the most powerful woman at the company, according to a must-read story in Adweek. That would make her more powerful than Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who in this context might best be described as merely the most famous woman at Conde Nast. Show More Summary
Jamie Pallot is departing Vanity Fair after two years serving as its executive director of multimedia projects. Pallot had been with Condé Nast for over a decade. During that time he occupied various editorial roles, including editorial director of Condé Nast Digital. Pallot told WWD that he was leaving because he wanted to begin some new projects. Show More Summary
Condé Nast is cutting ties with communications head Patricia Steele. Steele — who had been with the company since late 2011 — was informed the company was letting her go by Patricia Röckenwagner, who joined the company last month. Steele had served as senior vice president of corporate communications for Condé. Show More Summary
Major media companies, including Conde Nast, Yahoo and Hulu, are promoting online video programming on a large scale, but it is not clear whether advertising dollars will follow.
There’s a new must-read for every taste—and trip. Condé Nast Traveler finds four tomes to pick up at your local book store.
The 787 Dreamliner Is Back: Where and When You Can Fly on One – Conde Nast Daily Traveler Here’s a roundup of when the 787 will be going back into service with various airlines. In the Trenches: The Virtual Phone System Scramble – Intuit Small Business Blog Our phone system provider decided to upgrade the [...]
Instagram pictures and snapshots from Condé Nast Traveler contributors the world over—including correspondents in New York City, Cairo, and Chile.
Media company Conde Nast made headlines back in March when it created YouTube channels based around two of its publications, Glamour and GQ. At Digital Content Newfronts, Conde Nast revealed its plan to turn at least six more magazines...Show More Summary
Condé Nast launched standalone online channels for two of its titles, Glamour and GQ, two months ago, with the rest of the pack now making its way into the digital video sphere. The publisher announced this week that Vogue is next, with a video channel slated to launch on May 8.
Conde Nast Entertainment is ramping up its digital video network, launching channels for Vogue and Wired later this month. New weekly shows, including the network's first scripted series, are also being added to the channels Glamour and GQ debuted in March. Show More Summary