An Army veteran and member of Princeton’s class of 1949, Jack Moffly spent 35 years in ad sales at Time Inc. before launching his namesake publishing company in 1987. He was 91.
“The magazine was trying to be like People, but there was already a People. It was trying to be a general interest magazine and we didn’t see that as the way forward. There needed to be a sea change.”
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“It’s a bit like the Oscars deciding to stop giving out an award for Best Picture."
COLUMN: Last week, the Women’s Media Center released its report, “The Status of Women of Color in the U.S. News Media 2018.”
Unfortunately, if not unsurprisingly, the findings were not pretty.
“If the foundation of your company isn’t to create lasting brands and trusted content, why bother going into publishing at all?”
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After 51 years in print, Institutional Investor will scrap its paper edition and go digital-only after its April issue, the financial magazine announced this week.
Tim Taliaferro’s tenure as editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly is coming to an end a month after the magazine found itself embroiled in an ethics controversy related to its February cover story.
Hearst Magazines and Us Weekly take us inside the ways they're using branded content to drive advertising revenues.
Co-president Ted Coene noted that the acquisition makes the 50-year-old trade magazine publisher “a truly diversified media company,” which will now derive 60 percent of its revenues from digital advertising and events.