Though Rodale folded Organic Style in 2005, fans of the magazine will be vindicated both by the green media groundswell and the fact that some of its former senior staffers are reviving the model - this time online.
— Apr 23, 2007
Rolling Stone's special 40th anniversary issue, on newsstands today, includes a package on the "artists and leaders who helped shape our time" of the past 40 years.
— Apr 20, 2007
While it couldn't be said, strictly speaking, that the first-ever Tower awards given out by Hearst Magazines president Cathie Black on Tuesday offered a gold star for every student .
— Apr 19, 2007
In Touch is about to find out how serious a breathless celebrity tabloid can really get. The weekly from Bauer Publishing is forgoing its usual cover mix of Britney, Lindsay and Brangelina.
— Apr 18, 2007
Ellies - who needs 'em? Hearst Magazines on Tuesday will dole out the first-ever Tower Awards for excellence in edit, art and design among Hearst titles.
— Apr 17, 2007
Today, as the first issue of Conde Nast Portfolio makes its debut on New York newsstands with 332 total pages, 185 of them advertising, one of the most scrutinized - and expensive - magazine launches in history will finally show its cards.
— Apr 16, 2007
What does Mary J. Blige have against her tattoos these days? It's hard to say, but it seems the Grammy-winning singer requested that Hearst monthly Redbook airbrush them out of her cover shot on the May issue.
— Apr 13, 2007
Though Dana Vachon's book, "Mergers and Acquisitions," has barely been in bookstores a week, this season's lit "It" kid pondered at his book party Tuesday night who could play a few of the tome's notable characters on the big screen.
— Apr 12, 2007
Kate White and David Zinczenko are cohabitating - figuratively - in the May issues of their respective magazines, Cosmopolitan and Men's Health.
— Apr 11, 2007
Ad honcho Richard Kirshenbaum is usually in the business of promoting his clients, but who says promotion is a one-way street?
— Apr 10, 2007
The New York Observer is intensifying its efforts to position itself as a player in the real estate world, per the interests of its new owner, Jared Kushner.
— Apr 9, 2007
American Media Inc. continues to cut back at celebrity weekly Star. Though an AMI spokesman said on March 27 that no more layoffs would be forthcoming after the company cut 12 jobs that week, on Tuesday it bid adieu to a few more staffers.
— Apr 6, 2007