Time Out New York
I spoke with David recently about his upcoming fifth anniversary as president of Hearst Magazines and we talked about some of his most important successes, which he shared totally with his team, and about a particular failure that he assumed complete responsibility for. It was a conversation that looked back on his early years at Hearst, checked in with his present situation, and also expanded into the future of the globally-growing company. His focus is clear; while he's very proud of his team's accomplishments over the last five years, he's also ready to move forward
Print copies of Time Out New York will be distributed for free starting April 15, the magazine announced Wednesday.
The magazine will now be distributed for free at 175 locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. The magazines will be distributed betwen 6-10 a.m. and 3-7 p.m.
This week's issue of the weekly culture-listings magazine is selling on newsstands for $4.99 a copy, with yearly subscriptions selling for about $20.
The great media-world intern revolt didn't arise from an army of underpaid fashion-closet assistants, coffee-order-takers and instant-news-rewrite bloggers suddenly storming the castle in fury.
It began when a 40-something who'd built himself a comfortable career in finance read an article in The New York Times.
In April 2010, Eric Glatt had already quit his job at AIG to pursue his first love-film. He had received certification in the art of film editing and was working as an unpaid intern on Fox Searchlight Production's film, Black Swan.
In media, there are big fish and little fish. Which is why the appointment of Cyndi Stivers as editor-in-chief of AOL.com didn't create a lot of noise about what would happen to the publication she was leaving, the Columbia Journalism Review, of which she'd served as editor-in-chief for less than two years.
The magazine is an acknowledged authority on the journalism business. Its specialization notwithstanding, it's among the most important reads in the industry. And it's having a rough time right now.
Time Out New York—the leading provider of local arts, entertainment, culture and food coverage—announces today the latest phase in its digital media expansion marked by the unveiling of a new e-commerce business, website, and iPad and iPhone applications.
You might be sick of hearing about social-hyperlocal-geolocated curation, but some of those digital media buzzwords might not be so overhyped after all. The following five trends established themselves this year as legitimate options for publishers exploring new revenue and content delivery models.
The August issue of Time Out New York Kids (TONY Kids) will be singing off the newsstands with what software-maker metaio GmbH says is the world's first ever magazine cover to be enhanced by mobile augmented reality.
Time Out Group said it had to seek extra funding because “liabilites exceeded its total assets” by £10.7 million on 31 December 2008. Pre-tax losses more than doubled to almost £3.1 million in 2008, despite turnover rising 13.6 per cent to £29.2 million. Net debt, including loans and overdrafts, was £8.3 million.
Mr Elliott, who founded Time Out in London in 1968, has committed himself to investing “funds of no less than £3 million to reduce bank debt” and lenders have agreed to new financing arrangements. He said the media advertising slump had hit the group.