Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) develops video and audio content for major media brands including Bon Appétit, GQ, Vanity Fair, and Vogue – now with the added challenge of remote production during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, we talk to CNE President Oren Katzeff about how the global studio is operating during this trying time and experimenting with new formats from home.
Newsletters are both a monetization opportunity and a way to build up first-party data in preparation for turbulent times ahead.
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.
While many professionals are gradually observing the impact of COVID-19 on their industries, others felt it the moment their businesses shut doors to the public. The latter is true for the salon owners and hairstylists who engage with Bobit Business Media’s Beauty, Health & Wellness division brands. Here’s how these media brands are supporting salon professionals via webinars, downloadable resources, and other timely content.
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.
From Gutenberg’s printing press to Google’s AMP format, the publishing world has gone from zero to one million miles per hour, with revolutionary changes to the way we produce, distribute, and consume content. Here is a breakdown of some of the key changes in digital publishing, plus tips for keeping up and even staying ahead.
The Skimm reached seven million subscribers in seven years. The Hustle hit half a million subscribers, growing by 5X in just 12 months. Morning Brew announced their one millionth subscriber last February and grew revenue by $10 million in one year. The media industry is no stranger to this email product wunderkind. Publishers have seen the…
With online ad revenues continuing to decline, publishers know they need to do something to generate new income, which has led the industry to focus on reader revenue generation. It's entirely possible to make money with paid content. But to do so, you have to be prepared upfront to commit to the process and to follow certain rules and patterns.
Barstool Sports launched as a print publication in 2003. Since then, they’ve become a multi-million dollar diversified sports and pop culture media company. Barstool recently sold to one of their advertisers, Penn National Gaming (owner of the Tropicana), for $450 million. A few years ago something like this would be considered an anomaly. Today, odds…
To stay profitable in the evolving digital landscape, media companies need to continually innovate, which means they need data and content that is easy to access and monetize in new ways. Most are fully aware of this need, yet struggle to unify and structure information due to various factors, including disparate systems and limited human…