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#CondeNast Catalysts Will Link Advertisers to Readers

#CondeNast Catalysts Will Link Advertisers to Readers

Using audience and brand research data, the Conde Nast publication company is launching a new digital marketing tool to connect its advertisers with the readers who are most influential in their interests. After analyzing over 55 million subscribers, the company has created ten audience categories [Full Story…]

Is Reddit Worth $240 Million?

Is Reddit Worth $240 Million?

Advance Publications bought NY-based Reddit for less than $5 million in 2006. Now its estimated value is upwards of $240 million. Bob Sauerberg, president of Advance’s Conde Nast magazine division, said that they basically left the startup alone so they wouldn’t screw it up. Forbes recently [Full Story…]

Condé Nast Invests in Digital Ad Company

Condé Nast Invests in Digital Ad Company

Condé Nast, the high-end magazine publisher, has announced it will go from being a client of the digital advertising company Flite to owning 11% of it. Flite provides cloud-based advertising technology that allows marketers to change the text and images of digital ads in real-time. The technology [Full Story…]

Conde Nast Releases ‘Fashion Hazard’ Game

Conde Nast Releases 'Fashion Hazard' Game

As of 2011, Condé Nast not only publishes magazines but also has a digital media incubator: Interactive Product Group (iPG). The group has developed such apps as Idea Flight and Santa's Hideout, and now its latest release and first game, Fashion Hazard. The arcade-style game lets players choose a [Full Story…]

The New Yorker Launches iPhone App

The New Yorker Launches iPhone App

The New Yorker released their app for the iPhone today, according to All Things D. The app presents all of the same content as the New Yorker iPad app, the magazine and some digital extras through Apple's Newsstand. Access for print subscribers is free, but it is possible to purchase a digital only [Full Story…]

The New Yorker Struggling with Web

The New Yorker Struggling with Web

The New Yorker seems as though it is lagging behind other competitors in terms of adapting to the Internet. According to Buzzfeed, the magazine has been hindered by Conde Nast's lack of resources and contractual writer's agreements, and a recent resignation of Jonah Lehrer ended up worsening the [Full Story…]

Andy Borowitz Joins The New Yorker Blogs

Andy Borowitz Joins The New Yorker Blogs

The Conde Nast-owned publication, The New Yorker, will add Andy Borowitz's Borowitz Report to its network of blogs. Borowitz, satirist and comedian, boasts about 275,000 Twitter followers and has been a frequent contributor to the "Shouts and Murmurs" section of the magazine. According [Full Story…]

Huffington Post’s New iPad Publication to Launch Tomorrow

Huffington Post's New iPad Publication to Launch Tomorrow

This Thursday, the Huffington Post's new iPad publication will be available through the Apple Store. The publication is called Huffington. and will be available free for the first month and then .99 cents an issue, $1.99 a month, or $19.99 a year, according to Capital New York. An additional free [Full Story…]

New Yorker App Coming to the iPhone

New Yorker App Coming to the iPhone

The New Yorker will soon be available for the iPhone, which will be the first magazine iPhone app released by Condé Nast and the first to use Adobe's new software. Additionally, Meredith Corp announced that it will be using the same Adobe software to create apps for magazines, such as Parents and [Full Story…]

Fairchild Fashion Media Absorbs Blog Network

Fairchild Fashion Media Absorbs Blog Network

Fashion Networks International (FNI), known for its NowManifest blog portal, has been acquired by Fairchild Fashion Media (FFM).  FThrough this acquistion, FFM, Condé Nast's source of fashion news, has expanded its reach to the FNI blog's 1.2 million visitors per month. Gina Sanders, president [Full Story…]

Conde Nast iPad Mags Get Retina Ready

Conde Nast iPad Mags Get Retina Ready

Apple gave publishing partners no formal warning that it was going to double the resolution on its latest iPad, engendering a rat-race to get existing apps up to spec. Magazines are still catching up with upgrades of their digital editions, but Condé Nast announced this week that all of its magazine [Full Story…]

Grocery App ZipList Acquired by Condé Nast

Grocery App ZipList Acquired by Condé Nast

Yesterday publisher Condé Nast announced that it bought startup ZipList, a free grocery list and recipe box app, for an undisclosed amount.  The app allows users to find dishes they like on various food sites and store them in ZipList's digital recipe box. In a statement issued by Condé Nast, Bob [Full Story…]

Conde Nast Launches Higher Resolution Update for Magazine Apps

Conde Nast Launches Higher Resolution Update for Magazine Apps

Earlier this week Conde Nast released updates for their apps that cater to the higher resolution on the new iPad, namely with their publications such as GQ, Wired, Vogue and Conde Nast Traveler. These updates will first be seen on the April editions of the magazines and offer a much more crisp [Full Story…]

Vogue Now Available on Tablets

Vogue Now Available on Tablets

Vogue has announced that their monthly publication is now available digitally on the Nook, Nook Color, Kindle Fire and iPad.  The publication's new digital presence coincides with the release of the April edition featuring Jennifer Lopez.  Additionally, Vogue is offering a free trial version to [Full Story…]

Conde Nast’s Ars Technica Preps for Changes

Conde Nast's Ars Technica Preps for Changes

As the tech-world continues to grow, Conde Nast is prepping its publication, Ars Technica, for some major changes. Most notably, they are hiring an entire advertising staff to help with new exposure, while they will also be hiring more editorial staffers to help with the site's redesign (set to [Full Story…]