Media

  • Dena Silver | October 17, 2014

    The Daily Media: 28 Moves To Discuss

    Kate Sandoval, formerly beauty features editor at SELF, has been named beauty director at Shape. Raphael Brion, formerly national editor at Eater, has been named web editor at Bon Appétit. Matthew Schnipper, formerly deputy managing editor at The Verge, has been named senior editor at GQ. John Sellers, formerly senior editor at Vulture, has been

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  • Dena Silver | October 16, 2014

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 55: Erika Ostroff, Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee

    During the hubbub of Fashion Week, Yahoo Style debuted their glossy digital magazine, with Joe Zee at the helm. The site is churning out cover stories and playful videos that range from eating fries with Carolina Herrera to a roundup of the chicest boots out there. After chatting with Zee about his new gig, we asked Erika Ostroff, the

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  • Dena Silver | October 16, 2014

    Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Signs A Publishing Deal With Meredith Corporation

    Following last week’s news that Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is losing their CEO Lisa Gersh to Goop, the publishing company has revealed a few other shakeups in the works. They’ve signed a 10-year licensing agreement with Meredith Corporation, leaving Meredith to deal with production logistics for both Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings. The publishing company will also

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | October 14, 2014

    Grilling Bon Appétit’s Alex Grossman

    Just catching your breath post-fashion month? Finally, you’ve got time to pore over some of our dishy gems from The Daily in print this season! Bon Appétit creative director Alex Grossman knows a thing or two about food, both on the page and in the kitchen. Grossman hit the grill out in Montauk and discussed

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  • Dena Silver | October 13, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    Bonjour, chicettes! Ready for a Daily Media rehash to kick off your Monday? Here goes…Which big promotions took place at the Daily News? Where did Style.com’s new shopping editor arrive from? Which Travel + Leisure eds are no longer with the glossy? Who made the jump from Architectural Digest to GQ? Who’s the newest editor at Departures? And what’s the skinny on

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  • Dena Silver | October 10, 2014

    The Daily Media: 33 Moves To Discuss

    Jason Sheeler, formerly senior editor at Glamour, has been named features editor at Entertainment Weekly. Molly Simms, formerly senior editor at Bust, has been named staff editor of music at Entertainment Weekly. Stephanie Schomer, formerly staff editor at Architectural Digest, has been named senior editor at Entertainment Weekly. Diana Tsui, formerly senior editor at InStyle,

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  • Dena Silver | October 10, 2014

    Kim Kardashian To Cover Paper’s November Issue

    Remember all the speculation about that Instagram of Kim Kardashian and Cara Delevingne and their “secret project”? Seems like most folks missed this little shot of KK avec Mickey Boardman and Drew Elliott of Paper, which we revealed in the inaugural Daily Davis column that Jean-Paul Goude is shooting. The issue’s theme? Breaking the Internet. Expect everyone in the issue to be a viral star

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | October 10, 2014

    Women’s Health Appoints Executive Editor And Creative Director

    A major hire and a big promotion at Women’s Health: Theresa O’Rourke has been named executive editor, and Jacqueline Azria is the glossy’s new creative director. Interestingly, the Rodale title snagged O’Rourke from Victoria’s Secret. She had been the skivvies megabrand’s editorial director, working on their print catalogs, bi-monthly fresh content for the website, and seasonal campaigns. Before VS, O’Rourke

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | October 9, 2014

    NBC Is Doing A Cosmo-Based Comedy, With Joanna Coles As An Exec Producer

    Is there anything Joanna Coles can’t do? Cosmopolitan has struck a deal with NBC on a new, yet-to-be-named, single-camera comedy about a political blogger who ends up as the sex editor at a very Cosmo-esque faux glossy. The mag is executive producing the show along with Universal Television and The District; JoCo is serving as an exec producer on the

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  • Dena Silver | October 9, 2014

    The Wall Group Debuts An Editorial Site, The Thick

    With a bicoastal reach and a client roster that reads like the credits of an editorial shoot (like Lori Goldstein, Danilo, and Pati Dubroff), The Wall Group has been dominating the agency scene. So what’s their next step? To tackle the online space with the introduction of their first editorial destination, The Thick, dreamed up by the

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  • Eddie Roche | October 8, 2014

    All In The Details With Annie Flanders

    Just catching your breath post-fashion month? Finally, you’ve got time to pore over some of our dishy gems from The Daily in print this season! The groundbreaking creator of the original Details magazine, Annie Flanders is a certified publishing legend. Now 75, she’s still sporting her signature red locks, talking smack, and living happily in Los Angeles. Overdue

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  • Dena Silver | October 6, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    In case you haven’t heard, quite a few media shuffles took place last week. So let’s jump straight into the recap! Who’s the new editorial director at Seventeen? Which other Hearst execs gained new titles? Which denim label has a brand new CEO? Who got a promotion at Marie Claire? Which Teen Vogue editrix made the jump to SELF? Who are

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  • Dena Silver | October 3, 2014

    The Daily Media: 32 Moves To Discuss

    Jeffries Blackerby, formerly deputy editor at Condé Nast Traveler, has been named executive editor at Travel + Leisure. Jayne Jamison, formerly VP and publishing director at Redbook and Seventeen, has been named SVP and publisher at O, The Oprah Magazine. Joanna Coles, currently editor-in-chief at Cosmopolitan, has also been named editorial director at Seventeen. Ann Shoket, formerly editor-in-chief

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | October 3, 2014

    Exclusive: Renee Rupcich Named Design Director At NYLON And NYLON Guys

    NYLON’s latest masthead addition is Renee Rupcich, taking on the role of design director for both NYLON and NYLON Guys. Rupcich was previously senior art director at Condé Nast Media Group, the glossy giant’s in-house ad agency, for five years. Her projects for Condé Nast Media Group included Walmart-exclusive mag Beauty Scoop, plus advertorial print work to

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  • Dena Silver | October 2, 2014

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 54: Alexa Cohen, ELLE’s Kevin O’Malley

    Remember when we toasted ELLE‘s Kevin O’Malley as Publisher of the Year at our annual Fashion Media Awards? After the publisher, chief revenue officer, and SVP gave his assistant a shout-out in his interview, we decided to shine the spotlight on her. Turns out, this isn’t Alexa Cohen‘s first stint at the Hearst glossy. The Boston native shares

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  • Dena Silver | October 2, 2014

    Marie Claire Taps Catherine Gunderson As Managing Editor And Promotes Kyle Anderson

    As Marie Claire continues to celebrate their second decade in the U.S. this year, they’ve promised a slew of new hires and promotions. Last month, the mag added fashion editor-at-large Catherine Newell-Hanson and fashion writer Carolina O’Neill. Now, they’ve got a promotion and a hire: Today they announced that Catherine Gunderson will be the glossy’s new managing editor, effective October 20th. She was

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  • Dena Silver | October 1, 2014

    Ann Shoket Discusses Leaving Seventeen At The Mag’s Dinner With FEED

    Just a day after the announcement that Ann Shoket would be stepping down from her helm as editor-in-chief at Seventeen (along with a few other shuffles chez Hearst) the editrix hosted a dinner at Telepan Local last night in partnership with FEED’s Lauren Bush Lauren. The evening focused on FEED’s effort to help end world hunger via FEED Supper, a new initiative.

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 29, 2014

    Hearst Intel: JoCo’s Souped-Up Role, Seventeen’s Ann Shoket Leaves EIC Role, And (Much) More

    Some very intriguing shifts over at Hearst took effect today: Ann Shoket is departing from her editor-in-chief role at Seventeen. She’ll work with Hearst on “new product development” with David Carey, president at Hearst Magazines, and editorial director Ellen Levine. Cosmopolitan’s EIC, Joanna Coles, is adding to her current role with the freshly-minted title of editorial director at Seventeen. Her publishing partner-in-crime, Donna Kalajian

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  • Dena Silver | September 29, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    Kick off your Monday with a thorough look at all the media moves from last week. There’s quite a bit to devour! Who’s the newest editor-in-chief at Saveur? What are the new hires over at Shape? How about at SELF? Who are the four new deputy executive editors at The New York Times? Which Tommy Hilfiger execs got promoted?

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  • Dena Silver | September 26, 2014

    The Daily Media

    Adam Sachs, formerly editorial director at Tasting Table, has been named editor-in-chief at Saveur. Peter Davis, formerly editor-in-chief at Scene, has been named group executive editor at The Daily Front Row. Robert Baird, formerly senior web editor at The New Yorker, has been named managing editor at Harper’s. Francoise-Marie Santucci, formerly editor-in-chief at Next, has been named editorial director at

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