Media

  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 26, 2014

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 50: Kat Ward, New York’s Adam Moss

    What’s New York EIC Adam Moss like as a boss? Just ask Kat Ward, who’s been his assistant for the past five years. This Johns Hopkins grad joined the mag in 2008 as an intern, snagging a freelance gig at the title’s bridal book before landing the role of Moss’ right-hand gal. From cutthroat softball

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  • Dena Silver | June 25, 2014

    Cosmopolitan.com Adds Elizabeth Narins As Their Inaugural Fitness Editor

    The team over at Cosmo‘s site just keeps growing: The Hearst title just added Elizabeth Narins to the mix as their first-ever fitness editor, The Daily can exclusively report. The former online editor of social media and special projects at Women’s Health, Narins was at the publication since 2012. Previously, she’s held gigs as a senior associate group editor at Studio One Networks

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 25, 2014

    Scoop! Superior Court of California Weighs In On NYLON Lawsuit

    On Friday, the Superior Court of California passed a ruling on the lawsuit filed by NYLON magazine founders Marvin Scott Jarrett and Jaclynn Jarrett against Diversis Management, LLC, et al. Diversis is the private equity firm that purchased NYLON Holding, Inc. in early May from the Jarretts’ onetime business partner, Donald Hellinger. The Jarretts owned 49 percent of NYLON Holdings, Inc. and 50 percent of

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 24, 2014

    Scoop! Shuffles At The Wall Street Journal’s Off Duty, Personal Journal, and WSJ.

    This afternoon, The Wall Street Journal announced a couple of shuffles at its lifestyle-centric offerings via a series of internal memos. Ruth Altchek is leaving her gig as editorial director at Off Duty and WSJ. for an executive role at News Corp.’s Strategy Group. Altcheck joined WSJ in 2010 as one of Deborah Needleman‘s hires (Altchek was Needleman’s features editor circa

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  • Dena Silver | June 23, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Did You Devour The Latest Daily Media?

    Did you miss our weekly recap of media moves on Friday? Not a problem! Check out the latest recap of industry shuffles in The Daily Media. Which Condé title did Self pluck its new fashion director from? Who’s the new menswear creative director at Tod’s? And who are the new EICs at TV Guide Magazine and Spin? We’ve got all the details,

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 19, 2014

    Lupita Nyong’o Gets The Vogue Cover Treatment

    It was just a matter of time before Oscar newbie Lupita Nyong’o got her Vogue cover moment, and it looks like July’s the lucky month. Nyong’o is decked out in a bright Fall ’14 Prada print for the cover shot, which was photographed in Marrakech and lensed by Mikael Jansson. Inside the mag, the actress takes quite the stretch in stilettos,

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  • Dena Silver | June 19, 2014

    Google, Condé Nast, And Publicis Worldwide To Launch Luxury Service, La Maison

    Luxury brands are obviously embracing technology in order to stay afloat in the tricky high-end market, and now those pricey lines can get assistance from La Maison, a service founded by Google, Condé Nast, And Publicis Worldwide. The new service help decode what consumers want and how to curate a digital approach that will attract them. The partnership

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 17, 2014

    Exclusive: Michelle Lee Named Editor-In-Chief At NYLON

    NYLON has found its top editrix for the mag’s latest chapter: Michelle Lee has been named editor-in-chief at the beleaguered glossy, The Daily can exclusively reveal. The established editrix’s resume includes stints as EIC at InTouch, editor at Life & Style, a founding editor at Us Weekly, and as a freelance editor at The Daily. She’s also spent

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  • Dena Silver | June 17, 2014

    Yahoo Beauty’s Britt Aboutaleb Dishes On The Site’s Launch And Her New Gig

    As you’re well aware by now, Yahoo is in the throes of a massive overhaul, complete with big-name hires and a new take on beauty, fashion, and lifestyle coverage. Yesterday, Yahoo Beauty went live, featuring content like an interview with editor in chief Bobbi Brown‘s Aunt Alice and an ode to Tom Ford perfume. Your Daily dialed

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  • Dena Silver | June 16, 2014

    Encore, Encore! Did You Devour The Latest Daily Media?

    Didn’t catch Friday’s rundown of media moves? Don’t fret, The Daily Media will add some necessary spice to your Monday afternoon. Who did The New York Times Magazine tap for the deputy editor gig? Which high-level titles did Teen Vogue just fill? What is People‘s former design director up to? And who’s the latest hire at Condé Nast Traveler? Get all the media-shuffling scoop, right this way. Discuss!

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  • Dena Silver | June 16, 2014

    Condé Nast Entertainment And Twentieth Century Fox Partner Up

    Are your favorite glossies bound to take over the silver screen? They just might: Twentieth Century Fox Television and Condé Nast Entertainment have finalized a partnership to develop and produce scripted TV shows in tandem. Twentieth’s cable production firm, Fox 21, will be responsible for developing and producing all cable-related content. This year alone, three series will hit

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  • Dena Silver | June 13, 2014

    The Daily Media: 34 Moves To Discuss

    Bill Wasik, formerly senior editor at Wired, has been named deputy editor at The New York Times Magazine. Jennifer Hicks, formerly VP of advertising at The New Republic, has been named associate publisher of sales at Condé Nast Traveler. Nick Bilton, formerly Bits columnist at The New York Times, has been named Styles columnist at the

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  • Eddie Roche | June 11, 2014

    Vanity Fair’s Michael Carl Gets A Few Things Off His Chest

    Michael Carl‘s new web series, Carl’s Crush, returns with episode deux and the Vanity Fair fashion market director is in a mood this week. In the latest installment he explores why he’s so confused by your outfit and lists the reasons via the expression “Hashtag no.” For starters he blames Carrie Bradshaw’s contributions to fashion,

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 11, 2014

    Jay Fielden And Klara Glowczewska On Resurrecting Town & Country Travel

    Taking off soon at a newsstand near you: the rebirth of Town & Country Travel, spearheaded by T&C proper’s newly minted travel editor at large,  longtime Condé Nast Traveler EIC Klara Glowczewska, as announced last week. The Hearst title’s travel spinoff debuted for the first class set back in fall 2003 and shuttered in winter 2008. Another glossy heavyweight joining the team at Town & Country

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 9, 2014

    Teen Vogue Taps Marina Larroudé As Fashion Director, Dan Koday As Digital Director

    Big shifts on the print and online fronts at Teen Vogue: longtime Style.com market director Marina Larroudé has been named fashion director at the pint-sized glossy, succeeding Gloria Baume, while Dan Koday will take on the digital director role, filling Naomi Nevitt’s shoes. Brazil-bred Larroudé began her career at department store Daslu in São Paulo, followed by a contributing editor role at Vogue Brazil, after which she

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  • Dena Silver | June 6, 2014

    The Daily Media

    Meredith Rollins, formerly executive editor at Redbook, has been named editor in chief at the publication. Klara Glowczewska, formerly editor in chief at Condé Nast Traveler, has been named travel editor at large at Town & Country. Pilar Viladas, formerly design editor at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, has been named architecture and

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  • Dena Silver | June 4, 2014

    Yahoo Beauty Hires Britt Aboutaleb As Managing Editor

    Yahoo’s editorial clout just keeps ratcheting up: Today, the burgeoning site has announced the hire of Britt Aboutaleb as managing editor for their beauty division. The editor has been poached from Allure, where she’s been the multimedia director for three months or so, since the Conde glossy appointed her to the new title in March

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | June 2, 2014

    Jill Herzig On Bidding Adieu To Redbook And Helming Dr. Oz The Good Life

    Dr. Oz The Good Life gained a new chief edit commander last month when Jill Herzig, Redbook‘s EIC, took on the leading role at the health guru’s Hearst mag, which is jumping to 10 issues per year in 2015. Herzig’s work will show up in this fall’s issues of Dr. Oz, but she hasn’t fully

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  • Dena Silver | May 30, 2014

    The Daily Media

    Marianne Mairesse, formerly deputy editor in chief at Marie Claire France, has been named editor-in-chief at the publication. Leslie Yazel, formerly deputy editor of The Personal Journal at The Wall Street Journal, has been named executive editor at Cosmopolitan. Adina Steiman, formerly features editor at Self, has been named features director at Epicurious. Stephanie Paige

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | May 29, 2014

    Joanna Coles on Cosmopolitan’s First-Ever Fun Fearless Life Conference

    Cosmopolitan is segueing their content from the glossy pages and IRL with the debut of their Fun Fearless Life Conference this fall. But the event won’t be all fun and games: there will be a slew of speakers covering topics like business, career, and relationships. Spanning two days, the conference will hit the David H. Koch Theater in

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