Earlier this year, we told you how Conde Nast was considering licensing some of its brands. This is an idea that had been on the table for years, but Si Newhouse always frowned upon it (why cheapen your brand and take focus off the printed magazine?).
Well, tomorrow morning Conde Nast is expected to make an Read More
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Paige Rense is done! And for the first time since 1975, there will be a new editor at Architectural Digest.
Condé Nast spokeswoman Maurie Perl said the search is only just beginning now. But who will Si Newhouse and Tom Wallace speak to about the job?
The magazine has been struggling, and they need Read More
Paige Rense Noland, the legendary editor of Architectural Digest for the last 35 years, is retiring in August. The news was announced in a Condé Nast press release.
Maurie Perl, a Condé Nast spokeswoman, said that Ms. Rense was traveling today and would not be available to comment. She also said no replacement would be Read More
Si and Victoria Newhouse were on their way to MoMA’s annual Party in the Garden on Tuesday night when they decided to pass over the party once they heard how loud it was.
Mr. Newhouse, 82, could hear the party’s music playing all the way Read More
Si Newhouse is intent on finding Condé Nast a new home.
Only 11 years after Condé Nast moved into 4 Times Square, Mr. Newhouse has stepped up a three-year-long real estate search and is setting his sights on, of all places, lower Manhattan.
VIEW SLIDESHOW > THE HOUSE THAT SI BUILT Read More
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David Remnick reliably calls back reporters, so when you see that he has done a Q & A with Asharq Al-Awsat, an Arabic paper printed in London, it shouldn’t come as any surprise.
In the interview, Mr. Remnick told the paper that, yes, one day, people will have to pay for news, and Read More
Devin Leonard has a lovely piece on former Jane editor Brandon Holley. After her magazine folded, she left Conde Nast and started at Yahoo. Her now life is nothing like time at 4 Times Square, but there are ways to make up for it:
Something that she and her New York editors, all print veterans, 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
Step right up, boys and girls, it’s a Condé contest! And Si Newhouse and Chuck Townsend want to hear from YOU!
In the lobbies of 4 Times Square and Condé’s buildings on Sixth Avenue and Third Avenue, you’ll find a flyer with the words: The Power of Suggestion.
Mr. Newhouse and Mr. Townsend want to Read More
RUB THE SLEEP out of your eyes, kiddies, and welcome home!
For years, the month of January has sent a cold winter chill down the spine of Condé Nast employees. It’s the time of the Si Surprise! He returns to work from his December vacation spot in Vienna, takes a look at the numbers, waves Read More