This afternoon there were five men at the front of the television studio in NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute waiting to speak on a panel about the future of media.
Panelists from Yahoo, Google and AOL sat together on one side next to Jonathan Geller, a 23-year-old who has already built his own Read More
After taking home only two awards combined the last two years, New York magazine returned to the winner’s circle and won four Ellies last night at the 2010 National Magazine Awards.
“I wish I could do it without these things,” said Adam Moss, upon winning for the Personal Service award, referring to the semi-embarrassing exercise Read More
Glamour‘s “Ask a Stylist” iPhone app forces “live–and real–experts” to put up with you being boring while you try on clothes, reports the Wall Street Journal:
A team of eight stylists trained and certified by Glamour magazine are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Users snap photos of Read More
Unpaid internships may be under scrutiny, but paying for internships remains A-OK! CharityBuzz is now auctioning off the “priceless week-long experience” of a stint at Vogue, estimated value $10,000. There are no bids yet.
If a week seems like too long of a commitment, though, there’s always the option of a day Read More
Another Condé entry into the digital magazine world: Glamour will be releasing an iPad edition, reports MediaWeek.
It’ll be the first female-oriented magazine to get the Apple tablet treatment, following such titles as GQ, Wired and Esquire. And as Observer alum Gillian Reagan points out on the Business Insider, Apple Read More
Fashion Week! A time for luxury, taste, exclusivity and brightly colored sweatshirts—according to Glamour, at least. Writes Women’s Wear Daily:
The fashion title had 100 people from Broadway Dance do a routine, clad in brightly colored Glamour sweatshirts, right next to the Tents at Bryant Park as part of the second phase Read More
On the evening of Monday, Nov. 9, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, who reportedly learned of lead singer Steven Tyler’s leaving the band in the press, tweeted that he was positively looking for a new lead singer.
Meanwhile, Mr. Tyler was dropping by Glamour magazine’s Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall to cheer Read More
After a summer of mad speculation at 4 Times Square, Condé Nast editors and publishers are beginning to finally learn what life is going to be like in a post-McKinsey world. In the last few days, Condé Nast executives armed with McKinsey-branded binders have started to deliver budget targets for 2010 to editors and publishers. Read More
Finally, a little January news out of 4 Times Square!
Bill Wackermann has been named the "publishing director" of Domino, the troubled shelter magazine at Condé Nast. It is essentially a demotion for Beth Brenner, the publisher of Domino who will retain her title but now has to report to Mr. Wackermann. Read More
Last evening, at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards at Carnegie Hall, Mayor Michael Bloomberg introduced "Media Mogul" Tyra Banks. "Maya Angelou told Tyra to go into politics, but Tyra said ‘I have too many swimsuit pictures for that,’" said Mr. Bloomberg. "That’s what I said, but I didn’t let it stop me… She Read More