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.
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.
Through a 10-year licensing agreement, Meredith Corp. will take over Martha Stewart Living OmnimediaInc. flagships Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings brands business operation, including all non-editorial functions of the brand—ad sales, marketing, circulation, distribution and production beginning Nov. 1. The arrangement includes the U.S. and Canadian editions.
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.
Los Angeles based Arbol Publishing just acquired the rights to publish Playboy Latino magazine, a Spanish-language publication to be published 6 times a year with an average page count of 120 pages and a circulation of 100,000. Playboy Latino adds to Arbol Publishing’s other men oriented publications Transporte Latino and Automundo.
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).
ZuaniaCapó-Ramos has joined People En Español as Executive Editor of peopleenespanol.com, reporting to People en Español Managing Editor Armando Correa.
/>LatinTRENDS, a multimedia company and its flagship magazine covering “pop culture with a Latin twist,” is landing distribution at participating Target, Duane Reade and ShopRite stores in New York and New Jersey and the King Kullen stores of Long Island. This is adds to its’ current distribution in over 800 outlets.
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?
>NYLON Media Inc. will publish Spanish language print and digital editions of its flagship NYLON Magazine and NYLON Guys Magazine to expand throughout the Americas.
Meredith Corporation will launch the new English-language magazine “Parents Latina” with a circulation of 700,000, aimed to serve the growing population of English-speaking U.S. Hispanic millennial mothers. The magazine will be launching in Spring 2015 and complement Meredith’s existing Spanish-language brand, Ser Padres.
The closure of Source Interlink Distribution reflects the tremendous financial pressure that both magazine publishers and their distributors have been facing as the Internet has decimated newsstand sales and as retailers hand over prime shelf space to other products like candy and gum. There are now only two major U.S. magazine wholesalers: TNG and Hudson News.
What: ¡HOLA! TV, a new Spanish-language TV channel that reflects the lifestyle and entertainment content of iconic magazines ¡HOLA! and…
As marketers are asking for more quality content targeting acculturated Hispanic women, media properties are taking notice. Time Inc.’s People en Español announced the launch of “Chica”, a new english-language digital and print content offering targeting the bi-cultural Latina woman.
Time Warner Inc. it’s spinning off parent company Time Warner with US $1.4 billion in debt. The financing will be used to buy Time Inc.’s U.K. operation, IPC Media.
Quad/Graphics has announced this week it’s buying Minnesota-based Brown Printing from from German printing and publishing parent company Gruner + Jahr for US $100 million. The acquisition is expected to expand Quad’s magazine and catalog printing business significantly and add Brown Printing’s clients and employees to Quad.
Hearst Corporation, whose holdings include Cosmopolitan magazine and an ESPN stake, will produce a healthcare division called Hearst Health.
Most Hispanics, approximately 70%, are of Mexican origin. Quinceañeras events are important to this audience. The average quinceañera celebration costs upward of U.S. $15,000.The Quinceañera expo and media sector is very fragmented and there is potential in economies of scale and in monetizing a national platform for advertisers.
What: Time Inc’s All You is publishing a 12-page custom magazine, called Celebraciones, which will focus on the holidays and will be bound into the…
impreMedia, the Hispanic news and information company in the U.S., confirmed today the appointment of Hernando Ruiz-Jiménez, Executive Vice President and General…