The Nation Magazine To Become Monthly

Barry Diller’s Media Group Kills Print Versions Of Six Magazines

Barry Diller’s media group is stopping print circulation of six of the magazines it acquired when it bought Meredith Corp. last year, part of an effort to turn these publications into digital-only brands. The company will stop publishing print editions for Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, EatingWell, Health, Parents and People en Español, Dotdash Meredith CEO Neil Vogel said Wednesday in a memo to staff.

Meredith To Be Sold To IAC Dotdash For $2.7B

AC Dotdash is acquiring Meredith Corp. in an all-cash deal valued at $2.7 billion, the companies announced Wednesday. Dotdash is the publishing division of Barry Diller’s IAC holding company. Meredith’s wide-ranging portfolio includes publications like People, InStyle and Real Simple. The combined company will be called Dotdash Meredith.

Drew Barrymore Is Launching Her Own Magazine

Journalists At The Atlantic Unionize, The Latest In A Wave Of Media Organizing

Forbes Staffers Announce Intention To Unionize

Hearst To Cut 59 Staffers At Oprah Magazine

Fortune Magazine Going Behind Paywall In Major Redesign Of Site, Magazine

Steve Bannon Is Serious About Buying Newsweek

Legendary UK Music Mag NME Ends Print Edition

Newsweek Fires Journos Who Investigated It

Three were fired, and two others left in limbo, in a purge that targeted employees involved in coverage of Newsweek Media Group’s financial and legal troubles.

Newsweek Execs Resign Amid Finances Probe

Vanity Fair To Pick Radhika Jones As Next Editor

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.

Time Names Edward Felsenthal As Top Editor

Why Papers, Magazines Want To Be TV Nets

Conde Nast and Complex are just two in a growing list of publishing companies that are betting online video can help their businesses thrive in a struggling media climate.