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Social Experiment Reveals How People React When Domestic Violence Happens In Public

Even when domestic violence comes out from behind closed doors and into public spaces, people still hesitate to intervene, according to a new social experiment video. A Swedish video published by... | The Huffington Post – 2014-11-19

Chris Hemsworth named world's sexiest man by People magazine

Australian actor and Thor avenger Chris Hemsworth is the world's sexiest man, according to People magazine. | Stuff – 2014-11-19

People on the Move 11.20.14

Nick Neubeck was named creative director of editorial for Hearst Magazines Digital where he’ll oversee the photo and visual design team. Neubeck had been senior art director for the Gilt Groupe... | Folio Magazine – 2014-11-21

People’s Sexiest Man Alive, by the numbers

People's Sexiest Man Alive franchise, like People itself, has been a fixture for celebrity hounds. But how's it held up in a time of declining magazine fortunes? The post People’s Sexiest Man... | Digiday – 2014-11-20

Young People's Literature at the 2014 National Book Awards: A Photo Essay

On November 19, five children's and YA authors headed to Cipriani Wall Street for the 65th National Book Awards. Our photographer caught up with the authors (and their editors) who were nominated in... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-20

Young People, Media and Health: Risks and Rights

The agonizing book chapter title "Stealing Children's Innocence in Egypt: Media Literacy, Human Rights and Roads of Violence" hit the nail on the head. It rang a familiar bell and could well apply... | The Huffington Post – 2014-11-23

Posh People: Inside Tatler – review: like a sealed terrarium with filtered air, fresh flowers and definitely no lower-classes

The three-part series on Britain’s oldest magazine took the form of a genteel safari where viewers could peer through the Land Rover window at the toffs – and draw our own conclusionsThere was a... | The Guardian – 2014-11-25

Skint and Posh People: Inside Tatler on a level pegging in the ratings

Channel 4 and BBC2 fly-on-wall documentaries both draw 1.5 million viewers for opening episodes on Monday nightIt was a score draw in the posh v poverty porn documentary ratings battle on Monday... | The Guardian – 2014-11-25

Tucker Max: “I’ve been calling Cosby a rapist for 10 years and people look at me like I’m the bad dude”

The "fratire" author on catcalling, sexual assault narratives in the media, and the stories that made him famous | – 2014-11-27

Chris Rock: 'If Poor People Knew How Rich Rich People Are, There Would Be Riots'

"If poor people knew how rich rich people are, there would be riots in the streets," Chris Rock said in a recent interview with New York magazine. The multi-millionaire comedian pointed out that... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-02

Here's Proof That Even Fewer People Are Watching Live TV

Americans both young and old are continuing to shift away from television and toward digital video, according to Nielsen’s Total Audience Report, published Wednesday. Though overall video viewing... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-04

Review: 'The Happiest People in the World' by Brock Clarke

Google the title of Brock Clarke's fourth novel, "The Happiest People in the World," and you end up with all kinds of lists, surveys and self-help tips: the country on the globe with the happiest... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-12-04

Facebook to Make Sure the Right People See Publishers' Posts

Facebook keeps coming up with ways to reduce the amount of bloat in people's news feeds. But while recent efforts have angered those putting out that bloat -- advertisers and social gaming firms --... | Advertising Age – 2014-12-11

Telling people how to remove DRM isn't illegal

We all know that it's against the law to sell copyrighted material, but is it also illegal to tell people about software that can strip DRM off e-books without the intention to distribute? New York... | Engadget – 2014-12-12

VIDEO: Why do people feel duped by Zoella?

Will Gompertz asks why do people feel fooled by video blogger Zoella after it emerged that she received help from her publishers to write her book Girl Online. | BBC News – 2014-12-13

37 percent of young people have sent naked photos of themselves, often to total strangers

UK-based anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label has published its annual study into how people aged 13-25 are currently engaging with (and abusing) smartphone technology. The Wireless Report (2014)... | Betanews – 2014-12-15

E-Book Legal Restrictions Are Screwing Over Blind People

For more than a decade, the visually-impaired have been locked in an excruciatingly slow and circuitous battle against US copyright laws. The post E-Book Legal Restrictions Are Screwing Over Blind... | Wired – 2014-12-15

People on the Move: DigitasLBi Names Scott Donaton N.A. Chief Content Officer

Scott Donaton has been appointed to the newly created role of North America chief content officer at DigitasLBi. In this position, he will lead the agency's content practice. Previously, he was chief... | Advertising Age – 2014-12-15

The Best And Worst People Magazine Covers Of 2014

Remember all that fuss about People magazine's Hilary Clinton cover image, in which the former Secretary of State appeared to be using a walker? (It was a chair.) Well apparently it wasn't as big... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-18

'Time' and 'People' magazines trim print circulation guarantees

Time and People, two of the nation's largest magazines, are reducing their print circulation guarantees to advertisers. Time is cutting its circulation guarantee by 250,000 copies per issue,... To... | Crains New York – 2014-12-17

Time and People Magazines Trim Print Circulation Guarantees

Time and People, two of the nation's largest magazines, are reducing their print circulation guarantees to advertisers.Time is cutting its circulation guarantee by 250,000 copies per issue, according... | Advertising Age – 2014-12-17

As Protests Continue, The First Family Talk 'Race' in People Magazine

I awoke early this morning to a Twitter feed informing me that President Obama and the First Lady were sharing their experiences with racism in People Magazine. And then my stomach dropped. People... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-18

Time, People trim print guarantees

Time and People, two of the nation's largest magazines, are reducing their print circulation guarantees to advertisers. Time is cutting its circulation guarantee by 250,000 copies per issue,... To... | Crains New York – 2014-12-17

20 Books That Changed The Way We Felt About Ourselves As LGBT People

"'It's in literature that true life can be found," Nobel Prize-winning author Gao Xingjian was once quoted as saying. The Chinese novelist and playwright may not have been speaking directly to... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-21

Johann Hari: ‘I failed badly. When you harm people, you should shut up, go away and reflect on what happened'

He was the Independent’s star columnist whose lying and cheating destroyed his career. Now Johann Hari is back, with a book about drug-taking – including his own. But will anyone believe a word... | The Guardian – 2015-01-02

People on the Move | 01.15.15

Kurt Soller was promoted to editor of Bloomberg Businessweek's Etc. section. He'd been deputy editor of the section previously. Amelia Lester was promoted to executive editor of She'd... | Folio Magazine – 2015-01-16

'People Spat At Me Every Day... This Book Made Me Feel I Was Not Alone'

"I like to write about people who bloom where they're planted," says Lalita Tademy, a late-blooming author who didn't publish her first book until her mid-50s, and only after it was seen and rejected... | The Huffington Post – 2015-01-17

People are increasingly worried about privacy, say legal protections fall short

Internet users in countries such as France, Germany and the U.S. are increasingly worried about the impact technology has on privacy, and feel legal protections are insufficient.In 11 of the 12... | PC World – 2015-01-19

Scholars To Fox News: Writing About White People Doesn't Make You Racist

A Fox News host raised alarm bells Friday over a university course that studies whiteness, saying that the titles of the books used in the class make it clear that the syllabus aims to stoke... | The Huffington Post – 2015-01-28

Check it Out with Andrew Richard Albanese: Why Do People Challenge Books?

For many, the tragic events in Paris have highlighted the importance of free expression. | Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-30

Why are people so obsessed with Scandinavia?

A British writer fed up with Danish monoculture asks whether Nordic nations have really created the best societies | – 2015-01-27

People Gives Market-Research Surveys a Data Makeover

Offering people free stuff in exchange for a little information about their product preferences is an age-old approach to market research and data collection.In the past weeks, Time Inc.'s People... | Advertising Age – 2015-02-03

The mysteries of chili heat: Why people love the pain

When eating hot peppers the difference between “just right” and “ouch” is razor-thin. Here's why | – 2015-02-08

“To Kill a Mockingjay”: People rush to name Harper Lee’s “Mockingbird” sequel

It will be her second book in over 50 years, so naturally Twitter is on it | – 2015-02-03

People Haven't Had Enough of Silly Love Songs

A new book reveals the secret history of a much-maligned genre, from general embarrassment to authoritarian censure. | The Atlantic Wire – 2015-02-10

People on the Move

Yahoo continues going after magazine editors and more... The post People on the Move appeared first on Folio:. | Folio Magazine – 2015-02-20

In Middle Of Time Inc. Overhaul, People And Entertainment Weekly Reportedly Begin Merging Staff

People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly have officially begun merging staff as part of a larger restructuring plan for Time Inc., according to a report from the New York Daily News. Inside sources... | The Huffington Post – 2015-02-21

People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly Begin Merging Staffs

Brands will still operate as two distinct entities. The post People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly Begin Merging Staffs appeared first on Folio:. | Folio Magazine – 2015-02-23

Victoria's Secret Ads Warm Up People Magazine's Snapchat Stories

Victoria's Secret and People magazine have hooked up on Snapchat.An ad promoting the "Victoria's Secret Swim Special," a new TV special tonight on CBS, appeared after People magazine articles... | Advertising Age – 2015-02-27

Time Inc. close to naming president of People

Time Inc., the nation's largest magazine publisher, is close to naming former TV executive Rich Battista to lead the company's largest brand, People magazine, as well as its sibling... | Crains New York – 2015-03-07

Veteran TV Exec Rich Battista Poised to Become People Magazine President

Time Inc., the nation's largest magazine publisher, is close to naming former TV executive Rich Battista to lead the company's largest brand, People magazine, as well as its sibling publication... | Advertising Age – 2015-03-06

Kim Kardashian Named One Of Time Magazine's 30 Most Influential People On The Internet

Just yesterday, news outlets including The New York Times deemed Kim Kardashian's hair makeover newsworthy, and now she's been named one of the 30 Most Influential People on the Internet, according... | The Huffington Post – 2015-03-07

Restructure at The Book People

The Book People is undergoing a company-wide restructure, with its Coventry site slated for possible closure. The mail order and e-commerce company has been undergoing an "intensive period of... | The Bookseller – 2015-03-12

12 Sick Burns From People Who Didn't Get The Jane Austen Hype

In her lifetime, Jane Austen's novels gathered little, but positive, critical commentary. She sold some books; people seemed to like them. At 42, Austen died. And then things took a different turn.... | The Huffington Post – 2015-03-13

No One Is Safe From Black Twitter. Not Even Black People.

As anyone criticized by Black Twitter can tell you, the cultural phenomenon is one hell of a force to reckon with. Because of it, the Twittersphere sees constant conversation surrounding the Black... | The Huffington Post – 2015-03-25

Kim Gordon on life after Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore: “It was surprising how many people cared about the band or us”

Sonic Youth star corrects the record: Why she doesn't see herself as a musician, a rock star or a New Yorker | – 2015-03-22

People on the Move: Tourneau Welcomes Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian as CMO

Former C-Wonder executive Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian has moved to Tourneau as chief marketing officer and new business development. In this role, Ms. Monasebian will lead efforts to further... | Advertising Age – 2015-04-01

Cat People, Riposte and Works that Work: the niche world of indie magazines

Mainstream mags may be shutting down, but specialist publishing has never been in healthier shape. So which magazines should you be subscribing to?While mainstream magazines are seeing sales fall,... | The Guardian – 2015-04-06

Johnston Press launches election website to discover people's views

Video clips will record what matters most to voters ahead of 7 May pollI mentioned Trinity Mirror’s general election project last week. Now it’s the turn of a rival publisher of regional and... | The Guardian – 2015-04-07

“Facebook’s power is to sort what people see and to screen information. That’s basically what Google does, too”

Savvy tech critic talks outrage culture, surveillance and the power we give Google & Facebook to moderate our lives | – 2015-04-05

David Laventhol, Moses, and Newspaper People Wandering in the Wilderness

I read David Laventhol's obituary today and recalled a conversation I had with him 25+ years ago when he was publisher of the Times and president of Times Mirror. At the time, I was the manager of... | The Huffington Post – 2015-04-11

LBF’s Digital Minds Emphasizes “People Over Pixels”

If one theme resonated at the London Book Fair's Digital Minds conference, it was that even in the age of digital, we need to remember we are selling books to humans. The post LBF’s Digital... | Publishing Perspectives – 2015-04-14

Larry Kramer On His New Book, 'The American People,' Which Identifies George Washington, Ben Franklin And More As Gay

Playwright and legendary AIDS activist Larry Kramer expounded in on his new book, The American People: Volume 1: A Search for My Heart, which is billed by its publisher as "a novel" but which Kramer... | The Huffington Post – 2015-04-14

People on the Move: Lance Saunders to Lead DDB Canada

DDB Canada announced the appointment of Lance Saunders as the agency's new national president and chief operating officer. Mr. Saunders was executive VP-managing director of DDB Canada's Vancouver... | Advertising Age – 2015-04-14

OUT Power 50: Tim Cook, Ellen DeGeneres, Anderson Cooper Named Most Powerful Queer People In America

Apple CEO Tim Cook has dethroned Ellen DeGeneres as the most powerful queer person in America, according to OUT magazine. Cook and DeGeneres have swapped spots on OUT's 9th annual Power 50 list,... | The Huffington Post – 2015-04-15

Time Magazine Debuts 5 Striking Covers For ‘Most Influential People' Issue

Time magazine revealed its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World with five distinct covers, featuring ballet dancer Misty Copeland, Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos, actor Bradley... | The Huffington Post – 2015-04-16

Found Poetry From Time's '100 Most Influential People' List

The magazine has released its annual collection of artists, leaders, and "icons"—and asked fellow celebrities to assess those icons' contributions. The results are, occasionally,... | The Atlantic Wire – 2015-04-16

How not to lose votes and alienate young people | Hannah Jane Parkinson

As Ed Miliband admits not knowing what yolo means, here is a handy guide to young voters for politicians tempted to approach them on the campaign trailPoor Ed. He’s damned if he does, and he’s... | The Guardian – 2015-04-21

Heroin is a white-people problem: Bad medicine, economic rot and the enterprising Mexican town that turned the Heartland on to black tar

The new American junkie is white, suburban or rural, and got hooked on Xalisco's product and personalized service | – 2015-04-19

Sandra Bullock is People magazine's 2015 most beautiful woman

Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock was named the world's most beautiful woman in 2015 by People magazine and laughed when she heard about the honour. | Stuff – 2015-04-23

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