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“I think the hard part for something like Esquire or Harper’s Bazaar in digital — even to some extent Vogue — is that you get into the scale game. Digital demands greater scale. I just don’t know how many men are trying to figure out if corduroy is back in fashion.”
As “second screen” offerings from TV networks mushroom, online outlets are jostling for attention with live shows of their own.
“All of us are used to these big conferences that have a lot of people in the audience and a few people on the stage talking outward…in 2016, that format feels tired.”
The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Time, and more are now publishing on the Netherlands-based micropayment platform. Will a market awash in free content be interested?
The company, based in the Netherlands, is trying to prove its model can work in a larger market. Investment capital in hand, its eyes are set on the United States.
Since relaunching NewYorker.com and revamping its paywall last year, both its web audience and its paying subscriber base have grown.
A hackathon last weekend brainstormed new ideas for video — and tried to build early working versions of those ideas.
Wired hired Nelson as director of product management almost two years ago; soon, she’ll launch a major redesign for the magazine.
Untethered from the growing parts of Time Warner, some of the most famous magazines in America will have to fight for themselves. Can a magazine strategy transfer well to digital?