The black women's magazine is no longer under Time Inc.
The move from managed service to self-service is an emerging trend in ad-tech right now. Venture investment is turning away
But why? In this video interview with Beet.TV, Viant chief revenue officer Jeff Collins says Viant made the buy to move ad
Time Inc thinks it has done pretty well at converting its magazines to digital. Now it wants to tap their individual strengths
Folks, you know I'm a big supporter of women in tech and great nonprofit initiatives like the Women Startup Challenge. This
The company is also knee-deep in video content, having turned out about 43 thousand videos last year and anticipating producing
We know that, these days, Time Inc. no longer considers its magazines "magazines", but as brands - 90 of them - and has big
After a highly successful 33-year career that saw her ascend to the top of Time Inc., Moore went from the boardroom to the
At its NewFront presentation on Thursday, Time Inc. announced a slate of eleven new programs. It also announced a syndication
"Time Inc. is very pleased to be staying in New York, and is looking forward to participating in the revitalization of lower
“People and Entertainment Weekly can both benefit if the titles share more resources and work more closely together," Jess
McCabe was a participant in the Beet.TV executive retreat. Please find additional videos from the event here. In the interview
We live in an always on world of information abundance, where a basic algorithm can -- and will -- gather up almost every celebrity news event, and drop them into automatically formatted pages for instant publication. In that world of robotic editors, do we really need Dick Stolley?
It seems like there are more people to draw now than ever. There's an endless stream of people who want to claim icon status today and that's more difficult now because there are so many forums to be considered famous in.
Is my one-time favorite magazine going the way of the dodo bird? What's to become of TIME after it was cut loose from a corporate tether tied to a sought-after prize?
Whether it's 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012, or 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955, racial prejudice still informs access to adequate education, employment opportunities and advancement, well beyond the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.
In the 30 years, hip hop music has gone from a small genre of music that got no radio play to a cultural phenomenon that you can find traces of on every part of our planet.
That might be why Gabriel Sherman's new piece in New York magazine reads like a competition between anonymous sources over
It's a good guess that none of the writers who joined Sports Illustrated did so to benefit advertisers. The site obtained
Aug 5 (Reuters) - Time Inc, the largest magazine publisher in the United States, reported a 1.6 percent fall in quarterly