Condé Nast’s Owners Set To Reap $1.4 Billion Windfall From Reddit

Condé Nast Is Folding Pitchfork Into GQ, With Layoffs

Local Now Adds Bon Appétit, Architectural Digest And GQ

Three new FAST channels offer programming from the Condé Nast Entertainment brands.

Condé Nast Sells Golf Digest To Discovery Inc.

NewFronts See More Digital, TV Integration

This week’s NewFronts saw TV companies getting more serious about selling their digital inventory and setting the stage for a battle between advertisers’ TV and digital video budgets. The event also saw publishers like Conde Nast and Vice Media talking up their own TV studios.

How Conde Nast Is Making TV, Films Pay Off

Condé Nast’s 6-year-old entertainment video division, Conde Nast Entertainment, has 35 feature film and 30 TV projects in development and production. CNE overall is on track to be profitable this year, says its president, Dawn Ostroff. Its digital division, where CNE functions as both a producer and distributor of video, has been profitable since last year. Digital still accounts for a majority of CNE’s revenues, but that’s expected to change in the next five years as the feature film and TV business picks up, Ostroff says.

Magazine Mogul S.I. Newhouse Dies At 89

Newhouse, the long-time publisher of Conde Nast, owned The New Yorker, Vogue, Vanity Fair and other magazines associated with the golden age of publishing.

Condé Nast Mulls Hollywood Reporter Buy

Negotiations for a sale have apparently been going on for several months between the companies. Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg and artistic director Anna Wintour brought in UBS Investment Bank to oversee the purchase from Eldbridge Industries, represented by Moelis & Co. and Goldman Sachs. There’s a possibility negotiations have stalled over the asking price.

Conde Nast Starts Food-Focused Video Net

Conde Nast, WSJ Vie For Web Video Dollars

Are print’s biggest names ready to compete with TV networks for lucrative online video ad revenue? Conde Nast and the Wall Street Journal are taking different — but equally interesting — approaches.

Conde Nast Plans Glamour, GQ Video Nets

Publisher Conde Nast is creating video networks based on its Glamour and GQ magazines. The move is part of a broader expansion the company is making into television and digital under Dawn Ostroff, a former high-ranking television executive who has overseen programming at Lifetime and the CW.

Ostroff Heading To Conde Nast

Dawn Ostroff, the former entertainment head of The CW network, is in talks to join publishing house Condé Nast in a new role, The Post has learned. Sources said Ostroff will help further Condé Nast’s initiatives in television and online video.