Media

  • Dena Silver | December 12, 2014

    The Daily Media: 38 Moves To Discuss

    Laura Stoloff, formerly assistant fashion director at Barneys New York, has been named senior market editor at WSJ. Magazine. Jessica Lustig, formerly staff editor at The New York Times, has been named deputy editor at The New York Times Magazine. Jenna Wortham, formerly technology columnist at The New York Times, has been named staff writer

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  • The Daily Front Row | December 12, 2014

    Style.com To Shutter Its Print Title

    Style.com is returning to its digital-only roots, apparently: The Condé title is shuttering its print publication, which debuted in early 2012 and has put out seven issues in total. “Since relaunching in early September, the site continues to exceed growth expectations. To continue that momentum, we’ve made the decision to focus 100% of our efforts on our core

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  • Dena Silver | December 11, 2014

    Style.com And Vogue.com To Share A Floor At One World Trade Center

    Style.com and Vogue.com are about to get very cozy: The websites’ staffs will share space on the 29th floor of One World Trade Center. Contrary to previous plans for Vogue‘s digital team to be located on the 25th floor alongside the glossy’s print staffers, the web team will be located four stories up. Initially, Style.com’s offices were slated to

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | December 10, 2014

    ELLE Takes A Tech-y Turn

    The latest futuristic dabbling in the glossy realm is happening at ELLE. The mag paired up with Palo Alto-based tech firm Jaunt on a virtual reality experience, shot with a 3-D camera, of singer Jacquie Lee. The 90-second video can be downloaded and watched on one’s smartphone with Google’s 3-D viewer, according to WWD. The shoot with Lee

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  • Eddie Roche | December 3, 2014

    Oprah’s January Cover Is A Real Beast

    The folks over at O: The Oprah Magazine have the challenge every month of keeping their covers fresh with typically one subject month after month, but for January they gave Oprah Winfrey a little pal to ring in the new year. Beast, a 10-year-old African lion joins Oprah on the cover for the first time

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  • Dena Silver | November 24, 2014

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

    Why not start off your abbreviated week with a hefty dose of media intel? Because last week your Daily announced 38 media moves and there’s plenty to cover. Who made the jump from Glamour to BlackBook? And which other Glamour staffers have been dismissed? Who is the new editorial director at Maxim? Which long-time Vice staffer is no longer with the publication? Who is the new

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | November 24, 2014

    Glossies Gone Global: Hearst’s Kim St. Clair Bodden On Newsstand Success From Serbia To Spain

    Ever wonder how your favorite glossies get greenlit for dozens of international editions—and who makes sure the titles fly off newsstands in farflung locales? Meet Hearst Magazines International’s Kim St. Clair Bodden, who is currently senior vice president and editorial director at the publishing powerhouse. So, yes, she has a whole lot to do with

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  • The Daily | November 21, 2014

    BlackBook Taps Anne Christensen As Fashion Editor At Large

    Blackbook has hired Anne Christensen to be its fashion editor at large. It’s been almost exactly a year since Christensen resigned from her gig as executive fashion director at Glamour.  She spent three years at the Condé Nast title, before she was reportedly pushed out by Anna Wintour. BlackBook halted their print publication during summer 2013, but the glossy will be back on

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  • Dena Silver | November 21, 2014

    The Daily Media: 38 Moves To Discuss

    Bethany Heitman, formerly executive editor at Seventeen, has been named executive editor at People StyleWatch. Anne Christensen, formerly executive fashion director at Glamour, has been named fashion director at large at BlackBook. Lauren Brody, formerly co-executive editor at Glamour, has left the publication. Julie Stone, formerly deputy editor of photo visuals at Glamour, has left the publication.

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  • Dena Silver | November 18, 2014

    T Magazine Names Amanda Smith Associate Publisher

    T Magazine has added a new title to their business side and they’ve tapped Amanda Smith for the associate publisher gig. She’s arriving at the magazine internally, from The New York Times, where she’s been advertising director since October 2013. “Amanda is a superstar. Her background couldn’t be better suited for this position with her

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  • Dena Silver | November 17, 2014

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

    Ah, it’s Monday, yet again. So let us do the heavy lifting and refresh you on all the media hires, fires, and shuffles you really need to know. Who are the three new top-tier editors at Travel + Leisure? Who’s joined the Glamour team? Who bid adieu to GQ on the cusp of the mag’s move to 1 World Trade Center? And which ad exec is

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | November 17, 2014

    Bon Appétit’s Adam Rapoport On El Colmado Butchery’s Debut, Meat-Buying 101, And More

    Last week, Bon Appétit toasted the arrival of superb chef Seamus Mullen’s newest spot, El Colmado Butchery, in the Meatpacking ‘hood. (You might know Mullen’s talents from his perpetually packed West Village tapas joint, Tertulia, and his Gotham West Market outpost, El Colmado.) During the day, the glossy brought out the likes of Lulu Frost’s

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  • Dena Silver | November 14, 2014

    The Daily Media: 34 Moves To Discuss

    Danica Lo, formerly executive editor at Epicurious, has been named online editor-at-large at Glamour. Amanda Dobbins, formerly senior editor at Vulture, has been named senior editor at Glamour. Jessica Minkoff, formerly senior market editor at Marie Claire, has been named senior market and accessories editor at Teen Vogue. Gretchen Smelter, formerly creative director at Women’s

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  • Dena Silver | November 13, 2014

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 58: Rachel Small, Interview’s Keith Pollock And Christopher Bollen

    Interview snagged Keith Pollock as their editor-in-chief this past February, and the glossy continues to stay true to their Andy Warhol-defined DNA. Associate editor Rachel Small has been on board since Pollock’s predecessor, Stephen Mooallem, was the mag’s top ed. While Small calmly juggles assisting the pub’s EIC, she also does quite a bit of writing, and assists editor-at-large Christopher Bollen as well. Learn all about

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | November 13, 2014

    Travel + Leisure Names New Creative Director, Style Director, And Features Director

    A trifecta of top-tier hires are arriving at Travel + Leisure next week: The Time Inc.-owned glossy has appointed Gretchen Smelter to the post of creative director, Jane Bishop will join as style director, and Jesse Ashlock has nabbed the title of features director. The trio of hires will join editor Nathan Lump‘s rapidly-evolving team at the mag; Lump joined in late

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  • The Daily Front Row | November 11, 2014

    Anna Wintour’s Army: Meet Rey-Hanna, Lily, and Lili

    Ever since The Devil Wears Prada was published and eventually turned into a movie, there has been a whole lot of interest in Anna Wintour’s assistants at Vogue. These days, there are three gorgeous gals running the show, and it’s easier than ever to find out all about them thanks to Instagram. Meet Rey-Hanna Vakili, Lily Stav

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  • Dena Silver | November 11, 2014

    Exclusive! Teen Vogue Hires Marie Claire’s Jessica Minkoff

    Following the sudden departures of Teen Vogue‘s senior fashion market editor Mary Kate Steinmiller and accessories director Sheena Smith last month, there’s a new hire who will handle some market and accessories duties: Marie Claire‘s Jessica Minkoff. Her new title at the teen glossy is senior market and accessories editor, The Daily can exclusively report. When Steinmiller and Smith’s departures were reported

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  • Dena Silver | November 10, 2014

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

    It’s time to recap the many media moves that took place. What really went down in last week’s Daily Media? To wit: who nabbed the editor-in-chief gig over at Seventeen? Which design pro made the jump from Every Day With Rachael Ray to O, The Oprah Magazine? Which Good Housekeeping staffer added a gig at Town &

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | November 10, 2014

    Cosmopolitan Brings Its Inaugural Fun Fearless Life Conference To Lincoln Center

    This weekend, Joanna Coles and her crew of Cosmopolitan eds (plus a diverse array of guest speakers and celeb cameos) hit Lincoln Center’s David Koch theater for Cosmo‘s Fun Fearless Life Conference, comprised of two panel-packed days of inspirational bon mots, hilarious moments, and no-B.S. life advice. A nice mix, non? The event, produced by William Morris Endeavor’s live events division, WME Live,

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  • Dena Silver | November 7, 2014

    The Daily Media: 34 Moves To Discuss

    Tatiana Boncompagni, formerly freelance writer, has been named lifestyle director at SELF. Michelle Tan, formerly special projects editor at People, has been named editor-in-chief at Seventeen. Jill Armus, formerly creative director at Everyday With Rachael Ray, has been named design director at O, The Oprah Magazine. Liz Baker Plosser, formerly senior editor at Cosmopolitan, has been named fitness director

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