Condé Nast Wants a Cut of Writers' Film, TV Deals (Updated) 18 weeks ago
Condé Nast is claiming rights to its contract writers' articles if they are optioned for a film or television show.
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Facebook suspended the New Yorker's cartoon page on Monday because it showed the biblical character Eve's nipples in the Garden of Eden
The New Yorker iPhone app is a departure from the Condé Nast norm of saving most magazine content for tablet apps
Professors say they will teach the case of Jonah Lehrer's downfall alongside other fabricators and plagiarists including Stephen Glass and Jayson Blair
Tablet Magazine uncovered the falsified quotes in Lehrer's book "Imagine: How Creativity Works."
Fred Santarpia will develop strategies for online video distribution at Conde Nast
Guest Blog: Apple and Amazon have simply taken advantage of a situation in which publishers have completely dropped the ball
Rivals are expected to follow Conde Nast's decision to share tablet reader data with advertisers
The National Journal has hired Jessica Perry to boost its digital revenues and find new partnerships
Debi Chirichella will take over as SVP, CFO while Grant Whitmore will run the U.S. magazine's digital division
EXCLUSIVE: Former CW chief says companies must play to consumers' taste or "they're going to go elsewhere"
Ostroff, who left CW earlier this year, will head a division aimed at creating film and tv entertainment
New CEO Tim Cook debuts a series of new products and features at the Apple headquarters, disappointing those expecting the iPhone 5 instead of iPhone 4S
Magazine publishers are betting heavily on the tablet platform, aggressively enticing readers to embrace their digital versions; big revenue, however, isn't on the page right now
In an online-only version of Details, the "Two and a Half Men" star champions a number of new media companies without mentioning he's an investor in several of them
Marianne Nestor-Cassini is asking for an apology for a piece in Vanity Fair about her family's legal squabbles
Vogue leads the pack with 584 ad pages, a 9.3 percent improvement over September 2010
The New Yorker rolls out first; others -- including Vanity Fair, Glamour and Wired – up next
Publisher is bullish on the technology, wary of Apple's "stranglehold"
A 22-year-old "fashion-obsessed" student downloaded more than 1,100 files from servers
Condé surprise: Carine Roitfeld to step down in January
Actor stars in short film, directed by Roman Coppola, introducing magazine's tablet version
NYO's star media reporter joining former editor Peter Kaplan at Condé Nast
Condé Nast moving magazine to New York; Barbara Fairchild decides to stay behind
Press-averse actress: "There was no way I could say no"; meanwhile, Cosmo unveils Jessica Alba's "Va-Jay-Jay"
What this summer's slew of high-profile executive changes means for the industry's future
Deborah Needleman to replace U.K.-bound Tina Gaudoin
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation