The $1.5m campaign will appear on sites such as Facebook and YouTube.
The Week is looking to increase and improve its online offering.
The relaunch of Cruise-International.com aims to incorporate greater social media interaction.
App offers New Yorker with offers all the content of the print version, with extras including videos
<em>Elected</em> will be released monthly and sent free to every elected politician in the country.
The new supplement is larger and printed in full colour.
Moore and Pacific Magazines have reached an unspecified settlement, after Pacific printed photos fro
The former England skipper will demand a front-page retraction and will sue In Touch for damages.
Titles such as Lonely Planet and Radio Times are set to be sold.
Steve Parr will replace Alain Lemarchand at the end of the month.
Pressgazette.co.uk editor Dominic Ponsford, New Statesman editor Jason Cowley and deputy editor Jon
Chinese police demanded that the magazine reveal their sources for a story.
NS editor Jason Cowley and deputy editor Jon Bernstein pick up nominations at BSME Awards.
Eyden hopes to turn the struggling women's weekly around and stem its falling circulation figures.
Barbara Fairchild will be leaving following decision to move headquarters from California to New Yor
The archive will give researchers access to titles dating as far back as 1966 when the magazine was
Despite being 10 per cent down on last year, it has returned to growth in the last six months.
The publisher of women's fashion magazine Elle is to be re-branded as HFMUS with a new name and logo
The 100-page glossy is an "amalgamation" of content from BBC History Magazine, Focus and BBC Wildlif
“I suspect the sex abuse scandal has been greatly exaggerated”.
The advert featured a pregnant nun eating ice cream in a church.
The X Factor spin-off hits newsstands today.
Turner will attempt to turn around a recent sales dip.
Condé Nast managing director predicts that 40 per cent of future sales will come through digital pla
iPad app, e-newsletter announced in raft of digital ventures.
Purchases of e-readers and tablet computers by the group have simultaneously increased sharply.
'X' will be headed by former popjustice.com editor Peter Robinson.
Paris Review was launched in 1953, Guinzburg died due to complications during surgery.
The magazine has been being distributed in the UK for almost a year.