More on Meredith Corp. Adds Video Content, Focus on Red Carpet, Reality TV
"This year, Meredith split up its NewFront into two identical presentations with different time slots. Attendees had easy access to a People red carpet area open for posing with an Emmy Award, a leafy wall of mimosas and Better Homes & Gardens branding and a selfie mirror from InStyle." reports Sara Guaglione.
(UK) Social Media Influencers Give Bad Diet and Fitness Advice Eight Times Out of Nine, Research Reveals
People who wish to lose weight have been warned to stay away from social media influencers who claim to have the latest diet fix, researchers say.People who wish to lose weight have been warned to stay away from social media influencers who claim to have the latest diet fix, researchers say.
Yahoo News Partners with Publishers, Offers 5G Resources
Called the Yahoo News XR Partner Program, publishers like USA Today, Reuters, The Associated Press, TIME and NowThis will work with Verizon Media’s first 5G production studio to produce content in new formats, which will be distributed on Yahoo News.
Vice NewFront Promotes Brand Safety, Metrics and Site Redesign
Vice Media’s NewFront presentation kicked off with neon lights, in-your-face video content and executives adamant about brand-safety and traffic-measurement issues.
First Family: Pete Buttigieg, Husband Featured on Cover of TIME
“If the substance of your ideas is progressive but there’s mistrust about them among conservatives, you have three choices,” Buttigieg told TIME.
The Delights and Discomforts of “The Bold Type,” a Woke Fantasy of Magazine Journalism
"The Bold Type” offers a vision of magazine journalism that mixes fantasy with on-the-nose story lines that show how this era, with its rapidly shifting ideals, is altering our pathways as we walk.
Why The Washington Post Magazine Created an “All-Cover” Issue for Earth Day
The Sunday insert's editor and design chief on harnessing the power of magazine covers to highlight the impacts of climate change.
Biz News Network Cheddar Is Sold for $200 Million
Cable operator Altice USA Inc. agreed to acquire streaming video network Cheddar Inc. for $200 million, a deal that is expected to raise the profile of the company’s news division.