The shakeup continues at SourceMedia. Chief content officer David Longobardi is out after 11 years in the role and 15 with the company as it prepares to reveal a series of new additions to its executive team, Folio: has learned.
The Atlantic expanded its marketing and editorial teams this week with three new hires. Alisa Leonard is taking on the role of head of global marketing and will be tasked with leading the brand’s marketing initiatives for its global partnerships
To be a successful leader in magazine media you must slow down and take stock of what others in the industry are doing – and how you can manage change in your own organization. Each summer, the Yale Publishing Course
Bonnier Corp. has dismissed Flying magazine editor-in-chief Stephen Pope for a violation of the company’s ethics code. Bonnier declined to go into specifics and Pope did not respond to requests for comment, but two sources familiar with the situation tell Folio:
Sheel Shah, VP of Strategic Partnerships & Consumer Products at Hearst Magazines, will kick off the 2019 FUSE Media Summit with an opening keynote. We connected with Shah for a quick Q&A to hear more about his role at Hearst
Since the dawn of reporting, one question has been elevated above all others: Does this serve the public interest? In today’s increasingly polarized news environment, advertisers are dictating the kinds of content they will and won’t associate their brand with.
Though the merger of megaprinters Quad and LSC Communications has been called off, publishers may still find it harder to strike a favorable printing deal in the coming months. Calling magazine and catalog printing “a broken part” of LSC, Tom
ABM is quickly becoming a staple of modern B2B revenue teams because it’s a simple idea that works. B2B sellers concentrate sales and marketing resources on a clearly defined set of target accounts and execute personalized campaigns designed to resonate
Hosting events provides a substantial revenue stream for Trade Media Companies. In this free webinar, industry thought leaders Todd Krizelman (MediaRadar) and Alon Alroy (Bizzabo), dive into the power of events from host and marketer perspectives – to show you
Hearst Magazines announced new roles for three executives within its corporate sales and marketing structure, the first stages of a succession plan following last month’s departure of Michael Clinton, who retired and transitioned to an advisory role after spending the