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Magazine publisherTime Inc. and Outbrain Inc., a global content discovery platform, have announced an exclusive multi-year agreement that will see Time Inc. enhance its digital strategy by deploying the full suite of Outbrain’s solutions for seamlessly surfacing content that is relevant to audiences across its global portfolio. The partnership is worth more than US $100 million for Time Inc. over the course of the agreement.

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CNET, which began life as a digital consumer portal of news, information and reviews largely generated from tech magazines that are barely still available in print, is now a print magazine. The publisher, which is now a part of CBS’ CBS Interactive division, has unveiled plans to launch a new quarterly print Cnet Magazine with a Nov. 3 premiere issue cover date, hitting newsstands in the U.S. and Canada now.

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Madelin Bosakewich has left Televisa Publishing and Digital in Miami where she worked as U.S. Regional Sales Manager overseeing Televisa Publishing and Digital’s Sales Team. Sergio Carrera, Director General USA & Puerto Rico at Televisa Publishing and Digital tells Portada that he will be taking over Bosakewich’s duties until a new executive is hired to replace her.

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Momtastic, a destination offering inspiration and solutions for family and life, has announced the launch of the new Momtastic Latina section, sponsored by American Family Insurance (AFI). Speaking directly to the Momtastic’s rapidly growing Hispanic readership, the Latina section launch coincides with Hispanic Heritage Month, and incorporates American Family Insurance’s initiative, Por Ellos, Si Podemos (Because of Them, We Can).

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Tribune Publishing

The Tribune Co. completed the spinoff of its newspaper business and changed its name to Tribune Media Company separating its broadcasting and entertainment assets from the Chicago Tribune,  Los Angeles Times , six other daily newspapers as well as the Spanish-language daily (Chicago) and weekly (Los Angeles) Hoy and associated Hispanic properties. Jack Griffin, CEO of Tribune Publishing, last week said that the “the overarching objective of his company “is to reestablish growth in the top line revenue”. That includes acquiring newspapers. But which ones?

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