In this episode, Kintzer talks about Trusted Media Brands' content-first strategy, as well as key steps in the company's digital evolution. Plus, she describes motivations behind the launch of digital-only brand The Healthy, the benefits of going vertical, and how TMB sites are addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and related topics for readers.
From events to print titles, Active Interest Media is moving forward during this pandemic with hope, grace, and fortitude, as President & CEO Andy Clurman and his team develop an awareness for this new world we are all living in currently, while coming up with creative and new ideas to operate the business.
Longtime technology reporter Sherri L. Smith was named editor-in-chief of Laptop Mag in January, becoming the first black woman to lead the Future plc-owned brand. In this interview, Smith shares her plans for content expansion, plus thoughts on representation in consumer tech media.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Meredith was launching and publishing new titles at successive speeds, and believe it or not, not much has changed for them. Here are sound-bites from the Mr. Magazine™ interview with Meredith Magazines President Doug Olson.
In this episode, Minute Media's President and CRO discusses the company’s evolution into a global sports media business. We chat about Minute Media's strategic expansion into the US sports media market, how an investment in video is paying off, plus why Routman believes a homegrown tech stack enabled growth during a tumultuous decade in publishing.
In our debut episode of the FUSE Media Podcast, Dan Fuchs shares his vision of turning digital food publication Delish into a brand enterprise with extensions connecting marketers and consumers beyond traditional advertising. Plus, we discuss revenue-enabling technologies, the Bite Club experiential program, and 2020 priorities.
This January, former Snap Inc. exec Kristen O'Hara joined Hearst Magazines as senior vice president and chief business officer. We caught up with O'Hara to learn about her top priorities in the newly created role.
Despite flipping the “digital-only” switch on many titles, major publishers continue to launch new publications – and reinvest in existing ones – with a heightened focus on paper quality, editorial value, and the luxuries of print. Execs from Meredith, Hearst Autos, and Bonnier Media discuss how they’re redesigning the magazine model and reading experience.
Revenue is up at the site founded by Jonah Peretti, who says he is “open” to being “part of a larger company” as a top editor departs.
In the world of digital publishing, mergers and acquisitions have become almost commonplace, with consolidation dominating the 2019 headlines. From Vox Media’s acquisition of New York Media to Bustle Digital Group’s purchase of Inverse, and from Vice Media’s $400 million acquisition of Refinery29 to Group Nine Media’s $300 million acquisition of PopSugar, the digital media…