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Jason Cowley, editor of the left wing New Statesman magazine, created something of a political 'shitstorm' the other week in publishing a less than flattering portrayal of Ed Miliband, as the leader of a badly out-of-touch Labour Party. Show More Summary

Leadership Changes at Seventeen

Michelle Tan won’t take over as editor of Seventeen until next week, but there are already major changes at the magazine. According to WWD, Seventeen has cut managing editor Jo Ann Liguori; fashion market editor Jasmine Snow; beauty director...Show More Summary

Time Cover Story Interviewer is Nine Months Younger Than Taylor Swift

Very impressive. At this week’s “Conversation Series” hosted by the New York Daily News Innovation Lab, time.com managing editor Edward Felsenthal reminded the audience about a second layer of precociousness framing the magazine’s current cover story. Show More Summary

DC Jobs: Smithsonian Magazine, United States Institute of Peace, Industry Dive

This week, Smithsonian Magazine is hiring a staff reporter, while United States Institute of Peace needs a senior writer/editor. Industry Drive is seeking a senior editor, and AARP is on the hunt for a brand copywriter. Get the scoop...Show More Summary

Call it beer friendly, kid friendly, or just call it friendly

Yesterday The New York Times posted a story about beer garden play dates and I nudged All About Beer magazine editor John Holl on Twitter because he once wrote a story for that magazine (before he was editor) about beer gardens and of course mentioned the family friendly aspect. Later in the conversation that followed […]

Epic Recipe Battles: Gwyneth vs. Martha

We didn’t want to head into the weekend without touching on People magazine associate editor Michele Corriston‘s fun item posted Thursday night. She notes that in the realm of Thanksgiving double (recipe) entendres, the gang at Goop appears to have slyly fired back at Team Martha Stewart Living for that recent “Conscious Uncoupling” bit. Show More Summary

I Used To Be An Editor For Maxim And Here Are 9 Things I Learned About Women While Working There

6 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Our sex and relationship pieces tried to break down the great female mystery, and they were consistently the highest-rated articles in the magazine aside from, well, the pictorials. And we learned a lot ourselves.

Thursday Links: To Look Like an Anime Girl

6 days agoArts : Art Fag City

[caption id="attachment_69680" align="aligncenter" width="480"] From Pinterest[/caption] New York Magazine has launched a new, temporary, art blog on Vulture called Seen, to last for 33 days. It will be run by editor Thessaly LaForce. Show More Summary

Newswire: Longtime Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown is getting her own biopic

According to Deadline, Fox is prepping a biopic about Helen Gurley Brown, the longtime editor who transformed Cosmopolitan from a struggling fiction magazine to the flashy dispensary of ridiculous sex tips we all know and occasionally flip through in the supermarket checkout line. Show More Summary

Cosmo Girl Helen Gurley Brown Getting Movie Makeover At Fox 2000

EXCLUSIVE: Fox 2000 will tell the story of the trailblazing rise of Helen Gurley Brown, who became one of the first female editors of a national magazine when she took the reins at Cosmopolitan in 1965. The studio has optioned EnterShow More Summary

Glamour Cuts Four, Including Exec Editor

Glamour is the latest Condé Nast magazine to make cuts as it moves into new company headquarters at 1 WTC. According to WWD, Glamour has let go of four editors, including Lauren Brody, its executive editor for the past four years. Another Glamour veteran — deputy editor of photo visuals Julie Stone — was cut as well. Show More Summary

Record labels pitting their hopes on Shazam

Atlantic Magazine Senior Editor Derek Thompson joins Jeff Glor on CBSN to explain how Shazam is changing the way the music industry determines hits, based on the apps data.

Thursday: ‘Best of the World’ Twitter Chat

Join @NatGeoTravel this Thursday for a live Twitter chat with Traveler features editor Amy Alipio (@amytravels), who will be revealing the magazine's much anticipated Best of the World list for the first time. Find out National Geographic's...Show More Summary

The Straight Dope on Denver’s Marijuana Laws

National Geographic Traveler editor at large Christopher Elliott is the magazine’s consumer advocate and ombudsman. Over the past 15 years he has helped countless readers fix their trips. Here’s his latest advice.

Friday: Virtual @NatGeoTravel Photo Walk

This Friday: Join Traveler magazine's director of photography and features editor for a virtual photo walk to get a sneak peek at the National Museum of Natural History's new dinosaur exhibit and find out Traveler's picks for the top 20 places to visit in 2015.

Shade Files? Vogue Editor Ana Wintour Says She Put KimYe On The Cover Because They Lack Taste & Cause Controversy

Ana Wintour Says Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Lack Taste But Are Controversial Kim Kardashian finally landing on the cover of Vogue magazine after her long-running, highly-publicized feud with editor-in-chief Ana Wintour was certainly a victory in her eyes,

Wintour on Kimye: We Don't Always Use 'Tasteful' People

"I think if we just remain deeply tasteful and just put deeply tasteful people on the cover, it would be a rather boring magazine!" That was Vogue editor Anna Wintour's response... to a question about putting Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on the magazine's cover. Or, as Fashionista puts it...

I’m Not Buying TIME‘s Apology For Saying “Feminist” Is A Word To Ban

TIME managing editor Nancy Gibbs tacked an apology onto the magazine’s “Which Word Should Be Banned in 2015?” article this weekend, expressing regret for including the word “feminist” in the poll. She writes: TIME apologizes for the execution of this poll; the word ‘feminist’ should not have been included in a list of words to [...]

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1963 Shelby 289 Cobra

What would someone on a car magazine editor’s budget need to buy a handsome 1963 Shelby 289 Cobra like CSX 2120, currently for sale for more than $1 million on Hemmings.com? A time machine would help. We can’t claim to be able to account for every single time this 289 Cobra has changed hands in […]

RIP: Herman Russell Sr.

Back during my tenure as editor of the old Business to Business Magazine, we launched a major editorial initiative called Atlanta Business Legends. At the same time, we undertook a radical redesign of the entire publication. Along with...Show More Summary

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