Media

  • The Daily Front Row | February 17, 2017

    The New York Times’ Sam Dolnick on the 360 Experience

    The New York Times’ associate editor Sam Dolnick dishes on how VR and 360 footage are empowering The Gray Lady. What’s your role at the Times? For all the new stuff that the Times is doing, I’m often running around trying to figure out what that is, and how to be Times-ian while still being really innovative in new

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  • Eddie Roche | February 13, 2017

    Cat Scan! Cat Marnell Reviews Your Mag

    After reading her delicious memoir, How to Murder Your Life, we became convinced that the fearless mag freak Cat Marnell was the best possible person to weigh in on what’s really happening at the newsstand. How does your glossy fare in her scathing critique? Playboy Overall thoughts: Sometimes I like what Playboy has been doing

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  • Ashley Baker | February 12, 2017

    Jane Says! Catching Up with Jane Pratt

    Ever since she was named launch editor of Sassy at age 24, Jane Pratt has been entertaining and provoking young women in a way that few, if any, of her peers have mastered. Now, she finds herself a free agent after exiting Time Inc. in December, where the fate of her latest launches, XOJane and

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  • Eddie Roche | February 12, 2017

    Cosmo EIC Michele Promaulayko Is Bringing Sexy Back!

    When the role of editor in chief of Cosmo opened up last year, the gig went to its onetime executive editor Michele Promaulayko, who had spent nearly a decade at the title. She welcomed us into her cushy office at Hearst to dish on all her plans—and the proper way to pronounce her last name.

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | February 12, 2017

    Marc Ecko Dishes on Complex, Then and Now

    In a classic modern-day-media deal, Hearst and Verizon scooped up street culture fave Complex in 2016. Just a year later, it folded print ops, heralding a new day at the entertainment group. Marc Ecko, the original visionaire, sounds off on life after acquisition. How did the talks with Hearst and Verizon come about, and what

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 11, 2017

    Talk of the Town! Stellene Volandes on the New Town & Country

    There are few people who might have been better prepared to run Town & Country than Stellene Volandes. When she was appointed editor in chief of the 170-year-old Hearst glossy in March 2016, she had already been the magazine’s executive style director for the past two years. Plus, with eight years at Departures, three years

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  • Ashley Baker | February 11, 2017

    Sally Singer Breaks Down the Vogue.com Vision

    As Vogue’s digital creative director, Sally Singer has spearheaded the creation of a vibrant, provocative online home for the most iconic brand in fashion media. From captivating runway content to saucy first-person essays about politics, the boudoir, and more, vogue.com is expanding the brand’s universe for audiences all over the world. From her office at

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | February 8, 2017

    Marie-Amélie Sauvé Launches Mastermind Magazine

    There’s a new glossy in town! Mastermind, the creative brainchild of T Magazine fashion director Marie-Amélie Sauvé, hits newsstands on Thursday. The biannual issue prints in sync with fashion week, in February and September, and will cover culture, design, art, fashion, and more in chapter form. Just a few of the creative talents lending their hands and voices

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | February 6, 2017

    ICYMI: The Daily Media

    Missed last week’s roundup of media, fashion and PR moves? Not to fret, darlings…a recap awaits! For instance, which exec is leaving Tiffany & Co? Who is running Esquire.com? What’s the latest at Barneys New York? Who’s your new PR contact at Prada? Which Hearst site director is taking on three new brands? Who got promotions at L’Oreal? Plus,

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | February 3, 2017

    The Daily Media: 46 Shifts to Discuss

    Brian Henke, formerly president at Jimmy Choo USA, has been named CEO at Versace USA. Riccardo Tisci, formerly creative director at Givenchy, has left the company. Steve Kandell, formerly executive editor at BuzzFeed, has been named site director at Esquire.com. Daniella Vitale, formerly COO at Barneys New York, has been named CEO. Mark Lee, formerly CEO at

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