Multiplatform publishers Condé Nast and The Atlantic reorganize; Esquire names Buzzfeed editor to head website
The shuffling of talent among multiplatform publishers continues in places like Condé Nast, Esquire, and The Atlantic.
Popular industry opinion says publisher monetization of video, digital advertising, and social media is a 21st-century challenge. The thinking goes that previous generations of magazines – read: print – were
Every month, we check in with Folio:'s sister magazine, min, to monitor big comings, goings, and doings in the magazine publishing industry. This roundup features plenty of executive personnel changes,
The Nieman Journalism Lab reports that Atlantic Media's Andrew Golis is slowly rolling out the in-house social platform that he has been working as both entrepreneur-in-residence and general manager of
Publishers are diversifying their offerings – including licensing proprietary tech, sharing best practices and models with brands, and consulting on media operations – to both expand their own reach and
Now, more than ever, LinkedIn is living up to its name.
The networking mega-platform is launching an initiative to connect content with advertising, including partnerships with such publishers as Atlantic Media,
Publications have always battled to tame the comment sections of their websites. Social media has emerged as a solution that provides authenticity and civility to heated online discussions. Poynter just