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People en Español Names Online Exec Editor

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People en Español has tapped Charo Henriquez as executive editor of peopleenespanol.com. Henriquez comes to the magazine from GFR Media, a media company in Puerto Rico.

Henriquez previously worked for El Nuevo Día, the most widely-read newspaper in Puerto Rico. During her time there, she served as senior producer, multimedia editor, digital program manager and associate business director.

Henriquez will report to People en Español’s editor-in-chief, Armando Correa.

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Send Your Celebrity Profiles on the 50+ Demo to NiC Magazine

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NiC-ArticleNiC’s mission is to change the language used to describe the over-50 population, and, in doing so, change the way that group is perceived. This is how Richard Pérez-Feria, editor-in-chief of the magazine, which launched a year ago, describes it:

“Being over 50 is not a demographic; it’s a mindset — now it counts. My hope is that this new platform will combat negative marketing phrases such as ‘anti-aging’ in favor of more positive terms like ‘pro-gorgeous,’ as well as bring awareness to the powerful impact the 50+ market has on all areas of our lives.”

If you’re pitching a piece for an imagined audience of early-bird-dining retirees who spend evenings in front of the TV, NiC isn’t the place for it. Instead, pitch the entertainment, travel, sports and celebrity profiles you would for any general-interest magazine, just tailored to the interests of the 50+ set.

For more, including what your pitch should include, read: How To Pitch: NiC

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Food Network Mag and Time Inc. Moves

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A couple moves for you this afternoon, involving Food Network Magazine and Time Inc. Details are below.

Food Network Mag has named Pam Thompson executive account director in Chicago. Thompson most recently served as executive director, corporate partnerships, for Condé Nast. She begins her new role March 16. Jill Davison is joining Time Inc.’s investor relations and corporate communications team as VP, corporate communications. Davison most recently led communications for Time Inc.’s lifestyle and luxury brands.
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Revisiting Some Wacky 2015 Prophecies

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No matter how bad you think things recently got on social media with #TheDress, it could be much worse. If a futuristic novel published in 1906 had turned out to be correct, we would all today – from the safety of fortified bunkers – be hashtagging Team #PaintedPeople, #HousePeople or #Doomsmen.

The Doomsman was the title of the novel, by [William Gilbert] Van Tassel Sutphen. It’s recently been re-issued and per a New Yorker piece, was favorably reviewed in the New York Times that original year:

The city formerly known as Manhattan was, it seems, one of the few places not torched during the Terror; instead, it attracted \"an army of human rats\" flooding in from abandoned prisons – ancestors of the Doomsmen. (The city’s wealthy, having commandeered the best rides out of town, were last seen fleeing by sea in the direction of Antarctica.) And so it is that a strapping young Houseman, Constans, drawn equally by a kidnapped sister and sheer curiosity, ventures into intrigues amid Doom’s ruins, and then must fight his way back out.

It gets better. Due to that “Terror” of 1925, the author – who on the day-job side edited Golf magazine and at one point author Theodore Dreiser – envisioned a 2015 Financial District run by owls. Read the rest of Paul Collins‘ piece here.
 
[Photo of Financial District’s Charging Bull: Stuart Monk/Shutterstock.com]

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Vanity Fair to Launch in Mexico

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Vanity Fair is going south of the border. Parent Condé Nast plans to debut Vanity Fair Mexico in April, with Lourdes Garzon, VF’s Spain and Mexico director, editing the title.

Condé is printing 90,000 copies for VF Mexico’s debut. A website is also in the mix.

Condé’s Spain, Mexico and Latin America’s president Javier Pascual del Olmo told WWD that VF brand loyalty would carry the new edition. “We are looking for those who already know the magazine because of its editions in other countries and who appreciate its credibility and quality,” he explained.

VF Mexico will be VF’s fifth international edition. Other markets include the UK, Italy, France and Spain.

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Linked: Liverpool Runs on Donuts

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Fans of Liverpool F.C. were not pleased when official team sponsor Dunkin' Donuts created a DD-themed crest that mimicked the team's. Backlash was such that DD had to issue an official apology.... Armin http://www.underconsideration.com
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Oprah is Leaving Chicago

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Oprah Winfrey and Harpo Studios have called Chicago home for the past 26 years. That’s about to change. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oprah is shutting down Harpo and shifting all operations to OWN’s headquarters in LA.

This is obviously then end of an era — Oprah is synonymous with the windy city — but much more importantly, it’s the end of a lot of jobs. Crain’s Chicago reports that out of 200 Harpo staffers, only about 20 are going to be offered positions in LA. That’s terrible.

In a statement about leaving Chicago, Oprah said “I am so proud of what we created. It has been a blessing in my life and I thank everyone who has been a part of this great run.”

It’s a shame more of them won’t be allowed to continue that race.

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Noted: New Logo and Identity for Assembly by Focus Labs

Brand new - 3 hours 51 min ago
(Est. 2013) Assembly is a platform that enables anyone, anywhere to openly collaborate and build real businesses together. Assembly enables software products (apps, services, etc.) to be built like open source projects. When a product earns money, it goes to the contributors who built it.... Armin http://www.underconsideration.com
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Hearst Looking for Business Media Acquisitions

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During a wide-ranging interview with The Wall Street Journal, Hearst Corporation CEO Steve Swartz dropped this interesting tidbit — the publishing giant is on the hunt for business media companies.

Swartz was asked to comment on Hearst’s increased stake in Fitch, one of the three nationally-recognized statistical ratings organizations, and he replied that there was more work to be done:

Whether we are talking about financial-services information, our health-care businesses, or our automotive-information businesses, they all produce data and analytics and services that are used in the day-to-day business of the customers, and that’s an area that we very much believe in. We will expand in financial services, we’ll expand in health care, we’ll expand in automotive related businesses and frankly, we are looking for a fourth and or fifth area of business information to be involved with.

Feel free to wildly speculate which business media company Hearst will buy or invest in next.

(Image: Paul Morigi)

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Business Insider Adds Three

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Business Insider has hired three reporters. Details are below.

Leslie Larson joins BI as a politics reporter. Larson most recently worked for The New York Daily News. Prior to that she worked for MailOnline. Matt Weinberger has been named an enterprise technology reporter. He comes to the site from Computerworld. He’ll be based in BI’s San Francisco bureau. Jason Guerrasio joins as an entertainment reporter. Guerrasio most recently served as Filmmaker’s managing editor.
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FishbowlNY Newsstand: Your Morning at a Glance

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Morning Media Newsfeed: NBC News Looks to Lack | ABC’s Zeleny Jumps to CNN

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NBC News Shakeup: Andrew Lack in Talks to Return in Top Role (Variety)
Former NBC News president Andrew Lack is in negotiations to return to a top post at NBCUniversal’s news division in a management shakeup following the debacle that led to the suspension of Nightly News anchor Brian Williams and other recent missteps. TVNewser Current NBC News president Deborah Turness is reportedly safe. THR Sources say Lack — who ran NBC News in the 1990s before being promoted to the top job at NBC — would replace Pat Fili-Krushel as the top executive in charge of NBC’s news assets, including NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC and their digital assets. Fili-Krushel, a loyal lieutenant of NBCUni CEO Steve Burke, is expected to move to a different role in the company. Mashable The Williams debacle was seen by some as the final straw for NBC’s news division. Other previous controversies — most notably Ann Curry’s tearful exit and David Gregory’s bungled removal — had already led to questions about the division’s leadership. In addition, NBC News has also struggled to maintain ratings for its major programs, including Nightly News, Meet The Press and Today. MSNBC’s ratings have also suffered. NYT Lack was president of NBC News from 1993 until 2001. He later worked as chief executive of Sony Music Entertainment and chairman of Bloomberg Media Group. He left that post in September and most recently worked as chief executive of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, an independent federal agency that oversees international networks such as Voice of America and Radio Free Europe.

ABC’s Jeff Zeleny Moving to CNN (Politico)
Jeff Zeleny, ABC News senior Washington correspondent, will join CNN’s Washington bureau and political unit as CNN senior Washington correspondent next Monday to cover the 2016 presidential race for both television and digital, according to industry sources. TVNewser Zeleny joined ABC News from The New York Times in March 2013. His journalism career began at the Des Moines Register, continuing at the Chicago Tribune. FishbowlDC Zeleny joins a growing list of ABC News staffers that have jumped ship to CNN, including Jake Tapper, Bill Weir, Jim Sciutto and John Berman, and executives Amy Entelis and Andrew Morse. Variety At the Times, Zeleny was the paper’s lead reporter during the 2012 presidential election and covered Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign to the White House. Zeleny also covered the first two years of the Obama administration as a White House correspondent, traveling across the country and the world. He also covered Congress for the paper. At ABC News, he reported extensively on the 2014 midterm elections and the Republican Party as it gained control of the U.S. Senate. He also reported from Ferguson, Mo., covering the protests in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting.

NBCU Plans Subscription Comedy Video Service (WSJ)
Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal is aiming to launch a comedy-focused subscription Web video service later this year, people familiar with the plans say, signaling the company’s growing interest in reaching young viewers online as its traditional cable-TV business stagnates. THR The over-the-top service, which is still in the early stages of development, will feature episodes of NBC shows including The Tonight Show and Saturday Night Live. The company is also said to be planning to invest in original programming and exclusive content for the service. Variety NBCU is mulling a price in the ballpark of $2.50 to $3.50 per month for the comedy SVOD service. NBCU’s subscription-streaming strategy is being run by Evan Shapiro, who joined the company in December as exec VP of digital enterprises. Shapiro, who previously headed Participant Media’s Pivot cable channel and was president of IFC and Sundance Channel, was hired to develop direct-to-consumer distribution models, according to NBCU. Deadline It’s unclear how the comedy service would affect NBC’s existing arrangements, including ones that put recent SNL episodes on Hulu and the show’s library on Yahoo!. Clips from Tonight often run on YouTube, but NBC does not share revenue with the Google-owned service. Execs are working on windowing plans to give consumers an incentive to subscribe to the Web service, but not cut others off completely.

Lisa Arbetter Named Editor of People StyleWatch (FishbowlNY)
Time Inc. has named Lisa Arbetter editor of People StyleWatch. This is a return to StyleWatch for Arbetter, as she previously served as its deputy editor when the magazine debuted in 2007. Arbetter comes to StyleWatch from InStyle, where she served as deputy editor since 2009. WWD Time Inc.’s editorial structure — that being one with an editorial director overseeing a smaller magazine — is somewhat new for the company. It allows for cost cutting measures and the sharing of resources across departments. Last month, Time Inc. moved former Entertainment Weekly editor-in-chief Matt Bean to the corporate offices to work on native content and projects in the new role of senior vice president of editorial innovation. Henry Goldblatt, a deputy editor at People, replaced Bean, and reports to People editor-in-chief Jess Cagle, who holds the dual-role of EW editorial director.

HBO Go Arrives on PlayStation 4, at Long Last (Mashable)
HBO Go is finally available for the PlayStation 4, Sony announced Tuesday. The app, which hit PS4 consoles the same day, allows HBO subscribers to access content from HBO’s current crop of content and its vast archives. The app comes four months after HBO launched on the Xbox One, and a full year after HBO Go launched on the PS3. Variety As with other HBO Go platforms, users must subscribe to the network via a pay-TV provider to get access on the PS4. Showtime Networks, meanwhile, announced that its online-video service — Showtime Anytime — is now available to Dish Network customers who subscribe to the premium cable service. Both premium cablers have announced plans to launch direct-to-consumer, over-the-top Internet versions of their services — which wouldn’t require a pay-TV account. But neither has divulged specifics, including pricing and availability.

Stephen Colvin Joins Robb Report (FishbowlNY)
Stephen Colvin, former CEO of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, is joining Robb Report as chief operating officer and president of its digital division, a new role at the company. Capital New York In his new role, which follows a 20-month tour at Lerer Ventures as the V.C. fund’s executive in residence, Colvin will largely focus on scaling the title’s digital business, which saw a 71-percent year-on-year increase in monthly visitors to robbreport.com during the first quarter of 2014, according to a company representative.

Broadcast Networks Skip Netanyahu Speech to Congress (TVNewser)
While cable news covered the speech Tuesday morning by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a joint session of Congress, the broadcast networks stuck with their regular daytime programming, and shifted news coverage to websites or cable. THR Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC and CNN did broadcast the address, along with CSPAN. The major networks, along with multiple U.S. online news outlets, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, did livestream the speech on their websites.

NBC Nightly News Wins February Sweep in All Metrics, Despite Brian Williams Suspension (Deadline)
NBC Nightly News hung on to its frontrunner status for the February sweep ratings derby in all key metrics. This is news because, for virtually all of the sweep period, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was embroiled in controversy and missing from the program. Variety Nightly News lured about 9.67 million viewers overall in the five days between Feb. 23 and Feb. 27, according to data from Nielsen, and about 2.463 million viewers between 25 and 54, the demographic most desired by advertisers in news programs. That’s more than ABC’s World News, which attracted around 9.47 million overall and about 2.37 million between 25 and 54 in the same time period.

Marc Graboff Takes Key Role at Discovery Communications (THR)
Longtime NBC executive Marc Graboff is heading to Discovery. The television veteran, who rounded out his tenure atop Core Media this past fall, will join Discovery Communications in April as president of global business and legal affairs, production management and studios. Variety Graboff marks the latest notable TV exec to join Discovery, following the appointment of Rich Ross as president of the flagship Discovery Channel in January. Graboff’s new role will have him overseeing the Discovery group’s worldwide business and legal affairs, in addition to running its growing studio operation and its investment in production group All3media.

Time Inc. Makes Publisher Changes (FishbowlNY)
Time Inc. has made some changes to its publishing team. Group publishers Charlie Kammerer and Greg Schumann are expanding their roles, while Ron King has been promoted to publisher of Southern Living.

Curt Schilling Twitter Trolls Stink Up The Garden State (FishbowlNY)
ESPN commentator Curt Schilling was all over the radio Tuesday morning. He continues to talk about the swift effects of his targeting of several Twitter users who went way over the line.

Sony Ex-Employees File Amended Class Action Suit Over Hacking Attack (Variety)
Nine former Sony employees have filed an amended class action lawsuit against Sony Pictures Entertainment, alleging that the studio failed to take adequate safeguards to protect personal information that was exposed in the hacking attack last year.

Machinima Hires Jamie Weissenborn as Chief Revenue Officer (Variety)
Machinima, a digital-media company focused on gamer and fanboy audiences, has hired Jamie Weissenborn, a former senior ad exec at Sony Pictures Television, in the newly created position of chief revenue officer.

Netflix Sets Australia, New Zealand Launch Date (THR)
Netflix will officially launch in Australia and New Zealand on March 24, the streaming giant announced Tuesday.

The New Republic Hires Eliot Pierce as Chief Product Officer (Poynter / MediaWire)
The New Republic announced the hiring of its first chief product officer Tuesday, the most recent step in an attempt to transform a century-old magazine into a digital media company.

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Reviewed: New Logo for OpenTable

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Established in 1998, OpenTable is the leading provider of online restaurant reservations, seating more than 16 million diners per month via online bookings across more than 32,000 restaurants — a total of more than 760 million diners in 17 years. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA,... Armin http://www.underconsideration.com
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Kurt Vonnegut Documentary on the Verge of Being Completed

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Robert Weide’s documentary about author Kurt Vonnegut began production in 1988. The pair boarded a train at Grand Central Station bound for Buffalo and spent the eight-hour journey talking.

All these years later, it looks like Weide, together with Don Argott, is finally going to get to complete the film. At press time, Weide, who in the intervening years has executive produced Curb Your Enthusiasm and so much more, is a little less than three thousand short of an ambitious Kickstarter goal of $250,000. There’s no doubt that with six days to go, the target amount will be reached.

Probably the coolest high-level Kickstarter perk for Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time is this single $5,000 one:

LUNCH WITH JUDD APATOW & ROBERT WEIDE / VONNEGUT DISCUSSION:

You and a guest will visit the Hollywood production office of Vonnegut fan, producer-director Judd Apatow, followed by lunch with Apatow and Weide, where you’ll geek out on all the Vonnegut talk you can eat. (Or frankly, any topic you want.) We reserve the right to vet you to make sure you’re not a weirdo. Apatow and Weide are weird enough. Travel, airfare and expenses covered by you. We’ll cover lunch. Subject to convenience of scheduling.

Post-Kickstarter, a good place to follow the progress of the film will be Facebook. Vonnegut sold his first short story to Collier’s magazine, which published the material in February 1950.

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RD Recap: Changes at The Baffler; Clare Ferguson Joins Marie Claire

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Revolving DoorYou’ll start seeing a few new faces on network news broadcasts in the coming days, if you haven’t already. Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas officially take over as co-anchors of “World News Tonight,” manning the desk on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. David Muir, who previously held the position, is now manning the anchor desk on weekdays. Llamas moved to ABC News just five months ago, a remarkable upward trajectory. Last night, Savannah Guthrie sat in the “NBC Nightly News” chair vacated by Brian Williams. She replaced Lester Holt, who was dealing with a family emergency. He returns tonight. Guthrie isn’t new to the “Nightly News” desk, but this time her appearance had a bit more gravitas given the tenuous nature of Holt’s hold on the position…

The Baffler hires Noah McCormack as publisher. He had been director of special projects at the indie mag and is the son of Tin House publisher Win McCormack. The pub has brought on fiction editor Kim Stanley Robinson, poetry editor Edwin Frank, weekly columnist Rick Perlstein and a few others in recent months… Robb Report grabs Stephen Colvin as chief operating officer. The former president and CEO of The Daily Beast had been entrepreneur-in-residence at Lerer Ventures… Clare Ferguson joins Marie Claire from Tatler. She’ll be design director, a jump from her art director position at the London-based publication… Dan Rubinstein finds a spot as home and design editor at Departures. He had been editor-in-chief of Surface, with writing credits in The New York Times, Monocle and others… Amy Levin-Epstein moves to executive editor of SerendipityRead More

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Media Minutiae

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TVNewser: For media fans who enjoy a reading about a tough subject — Tom Brokaw’s memoir about his battle with cancer will debut in May.

SocialTimes: Here’s an infographic that shows which selfies draw the most likes. There are so many levels of anger happening right now that we should really just step away from the computer.

GalleyCat: Leonardo DiCaprio will star in the film adaptation of The Minds of Billy Milligana book about the first person to avoid prison by using multiple personality disorder as his defense. This seems metaphorical, doesn’t it?

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Rocky II and Ralph Pucci Mannequin #1

Unbeige - Tue, 03/03/2015 - 21:30

RalphPucciShow“The Art of the Mannequin\" doesn’t open at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design until March 31. But for those looking to bone up on the history of mannequins and how it all led in the late 1970s to exhibit star Ralph Pucci‘s enhancements, there is this GOOD magazine article.

Staff writer Tasbeeh Herwees has compiled some fun historical info about each gender side of the mannequin world has evolved. She also sets the scene nicely for when Pucci worked his magic:

Pucci designed his first mannequin in 1979. Pucci was bored with the stiff, motionless figures that populated store windows. A fitness craze had seized pop culture. The new Rocky film had just premiered. Jane Fonda was about to release her famous exercise videos.

Barbara Paris Gifford, a curatorial assistant for \"The Art of the Mannequin,\" said Pucci wanted his new mannequin to reflect the visual tastes of the period. \"It was modeled after a really athletic guy. They dressed it in very tight clothing,\" she said. \"People related to them in a very different way.\"

This is the first museum show honoring Pucci. The exhibit includes more than two dozen Pucci mannequins as well as an in-gallery replica of his sculpture studio. Pucci master sculptor Michael Evert will be in residence as well during the show, which is scheduled to run through August.

The show picks up where the 2009 book Show left off. Pucci is now also firmly established as a furniture designer.
 
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The Cindy Crawford Reveal That Wasn’t

Unbeige - Tue, 03/03/2015 - 19:30

Photographer John Russo today works and plays a long way from Ventnor, New Jersey. But as far as that famous \"leaked\" photo of Cindy Crawford from a 2013 December Marie Claire cover shoot is concerned, he wants everybody to know that it merits a good old-fashioned home state “fuggedaboutit.”

We really hope TMZ follows up its report about Russo’s cease-and-desist letter with an interview of the person(s) who engineered this upside-down Photoshop fakery. Are we talking exasperated housewife? A couple of high school kids? George Clooney, rocking another prank?

In retrospect, it’s a little preposterous that so many believed the brutal shot of the 49-year-old Crawford was authentic. Yes, she’s probably gained a few wrinkles here and there, but nothing like what was shown.

On Russo’s behalf, UK law firm Johnsons has targeted a media outlet in England, where laws covering this sort of thing are much stricter. The Telegraph Media Group was asked not only to remove the image from all outlets but also issue a \"categoric clarification and apology.\"
 
[Photo of Crawford at LACMA Art+Film Gala November 2014: Jaguar PS/Shutterstock.com]

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Earn $1 a Word at Latina

Unbeige - Tue, 03/03/2015 - 18:43

Latina-ArticleLatina magazine came on the scene 20 years ago, before the growing Hispanic market loomed large in the minds of marketers and reporters alike. The prize for owning this trend before it was a trend is that, according to the magazine’s staff, “its team considers itself to be the definitive publication for Latinas, covering topics ranging from fashion and beauty to food, travel, and social and political activism.”

No, you don’t need to be Latina yourself in order to write for the magazine, but you do need to be able to demonstrate that you have a good sense of the interests of the mag’s target audience of “women who were born and educated in the United States, speak English and are immersed in American culture while maintaining a firm connection to their Latina roots. ”

Your best bets for pitching to this largely freelance-written publication?

Departments to pitch include “The Good Life,” the magazine’s lifestyle section, which offers service-oriented stories on work, money, health and fitness, parenting, and relationships. A sense of lightheartedness characterizes these one- to two-page pieces. Greater emotional complexity is typical of the personal essay that appears in each issue.

For more, including editors’ contact info, read: How To Pitch: Latina

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Stephen Colvin Joins Robb Report

Unbeige - Tue, 03/03/2015 - 18:30

Stephen Colvin, former CEO of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, is joining Robb Report as chief operating officer and president of its digital division, a new role at the company.

Colvin comes to Robb Report from VC firm Lerer Ventures, where he served as executive in residence. He previously served as CEO of Newsweek and The Daily Beast for three years.

Colvin will report to Robb Report CEO William Curtis.

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