4 trends that shaped the fashion media landscape in 2016
It’s been a rough year for print publications in fashion, beauty and lifestyle.
There have been widespread layoffs at publications, both for print and digital teams, as magazine giants Condé Nast, Hearst, Time and Meredith have looked to cut costs, centralize content creation, and invest in digital, amid slumping newsstand sales and ad spending in the medium. In some cases, print titles have closed altogether, including Conde Nast’s Lucky magazine, which shuttered last year. More recently, the publisher announced it will also close its health and wellness print title, Self, early next year.
‘Go to market faster’: The Washington Post’s Arc goes outside the tent for payment and data integrations
Subscriber revenue has become more of a priority to the Washington Post's Arc clients since it launched its subscription tools last year.
‘Profitability in the back half of next year’: BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti (and Verizon Media CEO Guru Gowrappan) on their big merger
A special Digiday podcast episode features Interviews with BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti and Verizon Media CEO Guru Gowrappan.
‘People have had permission to experiment’: Pandemic expedites rethink on 9-to-5 work structures
Starting out as a short-term fix to weather the coronavirus storm, employers are seeing work hours outside the traditional 9-to-5 week as a new normal.
SponsoredWhy transparency is the future of vendor–client collaboration
By Christian Monberg, CTO, head of Product, Zeta When it comes to enterprise software, plenty of organizations simply want set-it-and-forget-it solutions that require zero oversight or investment of resources — and plenty of tech companies are happy to sell those solutions. But set-it-and-forget-it is nothing more than a setup for failure. Off-the-shelf solutions that don’t […]
‘A digital Madison Square Garden’: How Complex reimagined the sponsorship opportunities for ComplexLand
The online event, which will combine music, conversation, gaming and shopping in an online world, will have 60 sponsors.
‘They wanted to unload it bad’: Why HuffPost made sense for BuzzFeed – and Verizon Media Group
BuzzFeed's acquisition of HuffPost will give it access to an older, more affluent cohort, potentially bolstering its news and commerce businesses.