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Condé Nast teams up with Time et al on Android to draw a line in the sand

Guardian – 2012-04-08

With 32 titles, including Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, available on Android for $14.99 a month, it will be interesting to see what lessons newspapers can learn from co-operationJust occasionally industries in the grip of profound change decide to get together rather than scratch each other's eyes out. Take Condé Nast, Hearst, Time, Meredith and – yes! – News Corp in the United States. Then take – a sort of Netflix for the magazine world – where you call up 32...
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Conde Nast’s Domino Returns as a Special Issue

Condé Nast’s much-beloved Domino magazine, which closed in 2009, is making a return to market as a special edition, called Domino Quick Fixes, set to hit newsstands in April. | Folio Magazine – 2012-02-08

Condé Nast Partners with AdMeld in Private Digital Ad Exchange

In a major magazine publisher first, Condé Nast launched a private advertising exchange for select digital clientele. Partnering with service provider AdMeld, inventory from Condé’s entire digital... | Folio Magazine – 2011-12-08

Coleridge becomes president of Condé Nast International

Condé Nast's UK managing director, Nicholas Coleridge, will assume the newly created role of president of the publisher's international operations from the start of 2012. | Media Week – 2011-11-28

Conde Nast To Put All 18 Titles on NOOK Tablet

Conde Nast announced today that all 18 of its magazines will soon be available on the Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet and NOOK Color. Seventeen of those magazines will be available on NOOK by the end of... | Folio Magazine – 2011-11-14

The Times' Digital Head Steps Down; Conde Goes Hollywood

The executive behind the NYT paywall resigns, a publishing giant sets its sights out West, and NatGeo goes commercial. Revolving Door Newsletter: 11.08.11 New Career Opportunities Daily: The best... | Media Bistro – 2011-11-09

Condé Nast subscriptions up 268% since Newsstand launch

We reported earlier that Newsstand appears to be treating digital publishers well, and new info from Condé Nast just released backs that up. The publisher of Wired and other magazines has seen... | GigaOM – 2011-10-26

Condé Nast Partners with HP for Print-On-Demand Content

Pilot program will allow direct-to-home printer access for some branded content. | Folio Magazine – 2011-10-13

Condé Nast to open GQ and Vogue restaurants in Turkey and Ukraine

Vogue and GQ publisher Condé Nast has announced it will open branded restaurants in Kiev and Istanbul next year, as part of a plan to target high-end consumers worldwide. | Media Week – 2011-09-22

Condé Nast Publisher Moves: Kremins to Condé Nast Traveler, Myers to Brides, Bloom to Lucky

This story appears first on FOLIO: sister publication, minonline. Today (Sept. 16), Condé Nast CEO Chuck Townsend and president Bob Sauerberg announced the shuffling of these executives: | Folio Magazine – 2011-09-17

Top 5 Group Pubs: First Half Puts Condé in 'Vogue'

This article first appears on FOLIO: sister site, minonline. | Folio Magazine – 2011-09-15

Condé Nast college to offer Vogue-branded fashion course

Magazine publisher Condé Nast is launching a fashion and design college in central London next year, offering foundation and masters programmes named after its magazine brands, such as Vogue and... | Media Week – 2011-09-14

Conde Elevator Tweeter Remains Masked

For those of you still following the saga of "CondeElevator,” the anonymous Twitter account supposedly written by a Conde Nast employee: It's probably not written by Conde editor John Jannuzzi, says... | AllThingsD – 2011-08-13

Door Closes on Condé Elevator Feed

Condé Nast, with its famous editors and fabled perks, lost a lot of its pizzazz in the recession. The interest lifted this week, if temporarily, with @CondeElevator, an anonymous Twitter feed that... | AdWeek – 2011-08-12

Breaking Down Condé Nast's E-Sales

Magazine subscriptions became available on the iPad this spring, and the first meaningful set of results are out, with Condé Nast announcing that it’s drawn 242,000 digital customers through... | AdWeek – 2011-08-02

Flipboard partners with Condé Nast for its first paid advertising

PaidContent Condé Nast is working with the popular iPad reader app Flipboard to sell advertisements that will appear within New Yorker magazine articles viewed in the app. This marks the first paid... | Poynter. – 2011-07-26

Flipboard Partners with Condé to Launch Ads

Social reading app Flipboard has struck a deal with Condé Nast to display full-page ads in several of the publisher’s titles. Starting today, readers of the New Yorker on Flipboard’s iPad app will... | AdWeek – 2011-07-25

Conde Nast, Other Publishers Look to Standardize Audience Metrics In Digital Editions

Digital editions, the oft-dubbed “Wild West” of the publishing world, may be charted in the near future. Many publishers are investing large amounts of time and resources to navigating user... | Folio Magazine – 2011-07-21

Indian magazines flex their muscles: Conde Nast, Delhi Press, Haymarket Publications, Infomedia 18, Next Gen, Spenta Multimedia

Leading publishers tell Tanvi Parekh about their key challenges and explain their plans for expansion, dealing with new platforms and solving the distribution issue | PrintWeek – 2011-07-12

Condé Nast to publish international edition of Baku magazine

Condé Nast UK is to publish the international edition of the Eurasian lifestyle and cultural quarterly, Baku. | Media Week – 2011-06-29

Condé Nast's digital business edges closer to profit

CondeNet UK, the digital business of magazine publisher Condé Nast UK, edged closer to profitability in 2010, reducing its losses to £180,528, according to its latest financial results. | Media Week – 2011-06-14

Vogue owner Condé Nast bounces back in 2010

Vogue publisher Condé Nast UK has bounced back from the recession with pre-tax profits almost tripling year on year in 2010, according to its latest financial results. | Media Week – 2011-06-13

Conde Nast Completes Deal to Move Offices to Trade Center

Conde Nast Publications Inc., the publisher of Vogue and Golf Digest magazines, signed a lease to move its headquarters to downtown Manhattan’s 1 World Trade Center, slated to be the western... | BusinessWeek – 2011-05-26

Conde Nast Targets Non-Media Budgets with Ideactive Unit

Conde Nast has launched a new marketing services division called the Ideactive Unit, which is taking aim at the non-media budgets of current Conde Nast advertisers, as well as new clients. | Folio Magazine – 2011-05-23

Conde Nast Close to Deal to Move to 1 World Trade Center

Conde Nast Publications Inc., publisher of magazines including the New Yorker and Vanity Fair, said it is near an agreement to move its headquarters to downtown Manhattan’s 1 World Trade Center. | BusinessWeek – 2011-05-18

Conde Nast’s New Address Will Be 1 World Trade Center

A decade after New York City sustained one of the largest terrorist attacks in recent American history on September 11, 2001, Conde Nast has decided to move its head quarters, 18 magazine titles and... | Folio Magazine – 2011-05-18

Conde Nast Strikes Subscription Deal with Apple

Magazine giant Conde Nast has reached an agreement with Apple, Inc. on digital subscriptions of The New Yorker and seven other titles that will debut in the next few weeks. | Folio Magazine – 2011-05-10

Apple Brings Conde Nast Aboard the Subscription Bandwagon, Starting With the New Yorker [MediaMemo]

Apple is winning over the big publishers. Last week, Hearst Corp. said it planned to start selling its magazines using Apple's new iTunes subscription service. Now rival Conde Nast is actually doing... | AllThingsD – 2011-05-09

Apple, Conde Nast reach "New Yorker" iPad deal

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc and magazine publisher Conde Nast reached a deal to offer the New Yorker on the iPad device in the latest sign that relationships are improving between the technology... | Reuters – 2011-05-09

Conde Nast Reportedly Plans iPad Magazine Subscriptions

The New Yorker is expected to be the first in-app publication to be offered as more than a single issue sale. | PC World – 2011-05-09

Man who scammed Conde Nast relinquishes claim to $8M Remember the man who got Conde Nast to wire $8 million to the Quad Graph account he set up? (The publisher uses Quad Graphics for its printing.) In a federal court filing submitted this... | Poynter. – 2011-04-28

Conde Nast Slows iPad Edition Releases

Conde Nast has noted that the iPad ready issues of their titles may not be doing as well as they (and every other publisher who ran to the “gold mine” of digital publishing) had planned. | Folio Magazine – 2011-04-26

Conde Nast decides to hold back on iPad editions until market expands

Ad AgeConde Nast committed to iPad editions for several of its major magazines before the device was even released. But in an acknowledgment that the emerging market can’t deliver results at the... | Poynter. – 2011-04-23

Conde Nast Looking to Open Reddit to Investors

Looks like Conde Nast might be putting “Voice of the Internet” Reddit on the lot. | Folio Magazine – 2011-03-22

Data Shot: Condé Nast Boasts Most Individual Advertisers in 2010

Hearst was the 2010 group publisher's ad-page champ according to FOLIO: sister site minonline, while Condé Nast had the largest number of individual brand advertisers across five major consumer... | Folio Magazine – 2011-03-17

Condé Nast UK to invest more in iPad apps

GQ to make tablet debut, while Wired goes monthly and Vogue gets more special editionsiPad magazine sales have often failed to live up to their early promise, but Condé Nast Digital Britain is... | Guardian – 2011-03-11

Condé Nast readies GQ iPad app

Condé Nast is set to launch an iPad app for men's style magazine GQ, as it ramps up investment in the digital space for its portfolio of glossies. | Media Week – 2011-03-11

Condé Nast to open London newsagent

Luxury magazine publisher Condé Nast is launching a London newsagent, which will sell more than 110 of its magazines from around the world. | Media Week – 2011-02-14

Condé Nast Names New Publishers at Bon Appetit, Details

Get your org chart out for this one. | Folio Magazine – 2011-01-14

Hearst vs. Condé: the Tortoise (Shell Glasses) and the Rabbit (Fur Coats)

WWD's Amy Wicks and John Koblin have a fun piece today likening magazine rivals Hearst and Condé Nast to the fabled tortoise and hare. After long trailing behind Condé Nast, the long haul of the... | The New York Observer – 2011-01-12

Carine Roitfeld Says Au Revoir to Conde Nast

Carine Roitfeld has stepped down from her post of editor in chief of Vogue Paris, reports the Daily Mail. The 56 year-old former model, once rumored to be replacing Anna Wintour, is leaving to pursue... | The New York Observer – 2010-12-17

Condé Nast Signs Deal to Move to Ground Zero Tower

The publishing giant has signed a tentative deal to anchor the skyscraper now under construction. | New York Times – 2010-08-04

Condé Nast Hopes to Wean Itself From Ad Revenue

The magazine publisher intends to rely less on advertising revenue and more on other sources like subscriptions and fees for online readers. | New York Times – 2010-07-24

In Big Condé Nast Shift, Sauerberg Becomes President; Townsend Remains Chief

In a surprising shift, Bob Sauerberg will become the next president of Conde Nast, replacing Chuck Townsend, who will remain on as chief executive. | New York Times – 2010-07-24

Condé Nast Realigns Management for Digital Growth

Big consumer publisher Condé Nast has announced another wave of changes, this time affecting senior leadership. Most notably, consumer marketing group president Robert A. | Folio Mag – 2010-07-23

Conde Nast's Reddit asks readers for help

Though it's owned by a large media company, Reddit needs money, and it's turning to its loyal audience for help. | San Jose Mercury News – 2010-07-17

Strapped for Cash, Condé Nast’s Reddit Asks For Donations

Yes, even a digital product owned by publishing powerhouse Condé Nast can be strapped for cash. | Folio Mag – 2010-07-12

Condé Nast to Launch Newsstand-Only Special Editions

Condé Nast has announced that it will be launching "up to six" newsstand-only special editions starting later this summer. The specials will be published under the Bon Appetit, Glamour, GQ, The New... | Folio Mag – 2010-07-01

Vogue publisher Tom Florio departs from Conde Nast, now has sights set on new media company

Thursday's announcement that Vogue's publisher would leave Cond Nast had industry insiders talking. | Daily News – 2010-06-17

Condé Nast Strikes Video Deal with Hulu

As the drumbeat for magazine publishers to start charging for online content grows louder, Condé Nast announced today a new content distribution relationship with, the online video hub... | Folio Mag – 2009-03-12

Condé, Time Inc. Lead Digital Awards Nominees

Nominees for the Magazine Publishers of America's third annual Digital Awards have been announced. And, as usual, Time Inc. and Condé Nast-owned properties dominate the field of finalists. | Folio Mag – 2009-02-25

Chris Mitchell Named Vice President & Publisher of Condé Nast Traveler

Chris Mitchell was named Vice President and Publisher of Condé Nast Traveler , it was announced today by Charles H. Townsend, President and C.E.O. of Condé Nast. His appointment is effective... | Centre Daily Times – 2009-02-19

Wired publisher moves to Conde Nast Traveler

The move leaves Chris Mitchell's old post as publisher of Wired unfilled for now, as Conde also continues its search for a Parade magazine chief. | Crain's New York Business – 2009-02-19

Drew Schutte, publisher of The New Yorker, becomes Conde Nast Digital's revenue chief

NEW YORK - Conde Nast Publications said Friday that Drew Schutte has been named chief revenue officer for Conde Nast Digital. He will step down as publisher of The New Yorker, where he will be... | Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune – 2009-02-06

The New Yorker’s Publisher Shifts to Web Ad Sales for Condé Nast

Lisa Hughes, formerly vice president and publisher of Condé Nast Traveler since 1995, will replace Drew Schutte, publisher of The New Yorker for the last year. | New York Times – 2009-02-06

Conde Nast replaces New Yorker publisher

Reuters - U.S. magazine empire Conde Nast has replaced the publisher of The New Yorker, as the number of ad pages tumbled during the past year. | Reuters – 2009-02-06

Lisa Hughes is the New New Yorker Publisher; Drew Schutte Moves to Condé Nast Digital

The New Yorker's publisher Drew Schutte is leaving the magazine to become the senior vice president and chief revenue officer of Condé Nast's newly consolidated internet group , Condé Nast... | The New York Observer – 2009-02-05

Downturn could shake, and shrink, Condé Nast

If there will always be things like magazines, Condé Nast will no doubt publish some of them. But if I spot Anna Wintour taking the subway, I’m immediately heading into the bunker with lots of... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-03

The Media Equation: When Even Condé Nast Is in Retreat

The recent closing of Domino magazine shows that even Condé Nast’s legendary patience to turn a profit is now meeting the pull of economic gravity. | New York Times – 2009-02-02

BREAKING: Condé Nast Shutters Domino

Condé Nast announced today that it will shutter Domino, its four-year-old shelter title. The March issue, the publisher says, will be its last. The Web site,, is being shut down, too. | Folio Mag – 2009-01-28

Condé Nast Eliminates CondéNet

Condé Nast is consolidating its digital assets into a new unit called Condé Nast Digital, the company announced today. The move effectively eliminates CondéNet, the Web division it launched in... | Folio Mag – 2009-01-26

MarketWatch First Take: Condé Nast tries to get it right on the Web

Condé Nast is trying to survive the publishing downturn by consolidating the respected publishing company’s digital properties into a single unit called Condé Nast Digital. | Market Watch – 2009-01-26

Ex-Heat editor Mark Frith to work on Condé Nast style magazine Love

Former Heat magazine editor Mark Frith will act as an editorial consultant to Condé Nast's twice-yearly style magazine Love when it launches next year. Condé Nast announced in October that it had... | Guardian Unlimited – 2008-12-12

Richard Shortway dies at 84; publisher of Vogue, senior executive at Conde Nast

Richard Shortway, a longtime publisher of the U.S. edition of Vogue magazine and a former senior executive at Conde Nast, died of cancer Monday at his home in Bel-Air, said his wife, Noreen. He was... | Los Angeles Times – 2008-11-14

Slump in Ads Spreads to Magazine Publishers Time, Conde Nast

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- The drop in advertising that hit U.S. newspapers last year has made its way to magazine publishers Time Inc. , Conde Nast Publications Inc. and Hearst Corp., exacerbated by the... | Bloomberg – 2008-11-05

Condé Nast cuts profile of 2 magazines

Condé Nast Publications said Men's Vogue would be folded into Vogue, and Portfolio would be cut to 10 times a year, while cutting budgets across the company by 5 percent. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-11-02

Conde Nast launches a new style magazine

Katie Grand, editor of Pop and influential stylist, will edit the as-yet-unnamed magazine. See some of her ground-breaking work | Times Online – 2008-10-02

Conde Nast licenses Golf Digest to Motivate Publishing

Motivate Publishing has entered into a license agreement with Golf Digest to publish a new monthly Middle East edition. | AME Info – 2008-09-24

Can Si Newhouse Keep Condé Nast’s Gloss Going?

The chairman of Condé Nast defies the image of the media baron driven by love of the limelight, politics or money. | New York Times – 2008-07-20

Editor Leaves, So Condé Nast Shutters Magazine

Susan Reed, editor of Condé Nast’s Golf for Women, announced on Monday that she was leaving the magazine to become editor-in-chief of O, The Oprah Magazine at Hearst. | Folio Mag – 2008-07-08

Conde Nast to close Golf For Women Magazine

Conde Nast Publications, a unit of privately held Advance Publications, said Monday it was shutting down Golf For Women magazine with its July/August issue after 20 years. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-07-07

Condé Nast to launch Wired magazine in the UK

Condé Nast will launch a UK version of Wired magazine and its accompanying website next year and has hired David Rowan to edit it. By Stephen Brook | Guardian Unlimited – 1970-01-01

Condé Nast Primes Ars Technica for Its Big Moment

Ars Technica has many things, from an audience of nearly 8 million monthly uniques to an affluent, educated readership of engaged hard-core techies. What it hasn’t had—until now—is... | AdWeek – 2012-03-05

Condé Nast Hires Film, TV Veterans

Magazine publisher Condé Nast named two veterans of the film and television world to help further a nascent push into Hollywood. | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-04-12

Unified Scores $10 Million from Conde Nast Parent Advance Publications

It looks to be a good time for tech investments, with enterprise marketing company Unified receiving $10 million from Conde Nast parent company Advance Publications. | Folio Magazine – 2012-06-12

Conde Nast shakes up corporate sales staff

Magazine publishing giant Conde Nast shook up its corporate sales staff Wednesday by placing digital advertising boss Josh Stinchcomb over sales for print, digital, mobile, video and marketing... | Los Angeles Times – 2012-07-12

Advertising: Condé Nast Traveler Celebrates 25 Years by Selling Adventure

An ad in Condé Nast Traveler for the World on Sale promotion commemorating the magazine’s 25th anniversary. | The New York Times – 2012-08-01

Condé Nast's Latest Digital Move

Magazine publishers have been criticized for being slow to meet advertisers’ demands for performance metrics, but Condé Nast is taking a step in that direction with an investment in... | AdWeek – 2012-08-20

Condé Nast appoints its first black editor-in-chief

HuffPost BlackVoices | Vibe Vixen | Condé Nast For the first time in its 103-year-history, Condé Nast has named a black editor to head one of its magazines. Keija Minor is now... | Poynter. – 2012-09-26

About 60 layoffs at Conde Nast this week

WWD | New York Post | Capital New York Some Conde Nast magazines shed staffers this week. Self and Brides were among the hardest-hit titles. Erik Maza reports cuts at Brides went down in... | Poynter. – 2012-10-13

Condé Nast Time Ends for Maurie Perl

Maurie Perl, the longtime chief spokeswoman at Condé Nast, is hanging it up after 21 years at the company. For 12 years, Perl built and oversaw the PR machine of the publishing company,... | AdWeek – 2013-01-09

Rodale hires Condé Nast exec as first CTO

Yet another sign that the media world marches toward digital is at Rodale. In a move to expand the healthy lifestyle publisher's mobile commerce, big data and social technologies, it has hired... | Crains New York – 2013-01-23

Conde Nast to launch Glamour and GQ video networks

Publisher Conde Nast is creating video networks based on its Glamour and GQ magazines. | Los Angeles Times – 2013-03-12

Conde Nast launches slate of original programming

NEW YORK -- Conde Nast is launching a slate of original Web series, continuing the publisher's push to expand its stable of magazines into multimedia programming. | San Jose Mercury News – 2013-03-13

“We took the word ‘publications’ off the building”: Condé Nast enters new industries

At the same time magazines are trimming resources and slashing staff, Condé Nast is massively expanding — far beyond the publishing industry. In the past few weeks, the Vogue... | Editors Weblog – 2013-04-16

Condé Nast Cracks Door Wider to its Private Exchange

Condé Nast, having cracked open the door to programmatic buying two years ago, has swung it open a little more. The traditional magazine powerhouse raised some eyebrows a couple years ago... | AdWeek – 2013-04-23

Condé Nast Launches B-to-B Ecommerce Site

Condé Nast is taking its glossy, high-style images off the page and into the b-to-b marketplace. | Folio Magazine – 2013-05-03

Condé Nast scraps Easy Living magazine after eight years

Condé Nast's is closing its Easy Living print edition, despite being the only paid-for glossy magazine from a major publisher to increase its circulation in the last six months of 2012. | Media Week – 2013-05-09

Poorly Paid Interns Sue Condé Nast

Following the big Black Swan unpaid intern win yesterday, former unpaid laborers at Condé Nast have sued the magazine publisher for back wages.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-06-14

Edinburgh exhibition celebrates Condé Nast's fashion photography

From Jean Shrimpton looking effortlessly chic in white to Clifford Coffin's bathing beauties, the magazine house's best shots have been gathered together for one showGuy Bourdin's portrait of a woman... | Guardian – 2013-06-14

Condé Nast Faces Suit From Interns Over Wages

Two former interns filed a lawsuit against Condé Nast on Thursday, saying the company failed to pay them minimum wage at their summer jobs at W Magazine and The New Yorker, and asked that... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-06-14

Condé Nast Strikes TV Deals

Condé Nast has deals for two magazine-related forays into television, one involving a crime documentary series based on Vanity Fair articles and the other a fashion-related reality show on Ovation. | The Wall Street Journal – 2013-07-29

Condé Nast finds comparable dwell times for print and digital

Condé Nast, home to Vogue, Glamour, GQ and Wired, has found content, including advertising, in its flagship magazines is viewed in much the same way, and with similar dwell times, whether in print... | Media Week – 2013-08-14

Editorial Shakeups at Condé Nast and Martha Stewart Living

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Condé Nast's style bible is still in Vogue as upmarket publisher sits pretty

Digital growth may be embryonic, but its luxury publications continue to show resilience to magazine downturnThis week MediaGuardian 25, our survey of Britain's most important media companies,... | Guardian – 2013-08-18

Exclusive : Conde Nast launches new subscriber service with Amazon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Magazine publisher Conde Nast announced a major partnership with Amazon on Tuesday in which the Internet retailer will handle print and digital subscriptions for its stable of... | Reuters – 2013-08-20

Condé Nast Inks Big Deal With Amazon

Condé Nast has announced a big deal with Amazon that will let people buy and renew print and digital subscriptions to its magazines on the e-commerce giant. The new service, which Amazon is... | AdWeek – 2013-08-20

Condé Nast-Amazon deal makes magazine subscriptions quicker, but watch the fine print

Condé Nast and Amazon have a new partnership that lets readers subscribe to magazines through Amazon and activate digital access at the same time. It's easy to use, but you need to watch the pricing... | GigaOM – 2013-08-20

UPDATE 1-Conde Nast launches new subscriber service with Amazon

NEW YORK Aug 20 (Reuters) - Magazine publisher Conde Nast announced a major partnership with Inc on Tuesday in which the Internet retailer will handle print and digital subscriptions for... | Reuters – 2013-08-21

Conde Nast launches new subscriber service with Amazon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Magazine publisher Conde Nast announced a major partnership with Inc on Tuesday in which the Internet retailer will handle print and digital subscriptions for glossy... | Reuters – 2013-08-21

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