Rolling Stone executive editor will work with both magazines
Print version of magazine will be free of charge
TimeFrames will analyse how the world has changed since 2000
OFT unlikely to decide in magazine's favour
Designers place "a great deal of emphasis ... on strong typography and high quality photography"
Magazine has secured sponsorship from Red Bull, O2 and YouTube
Ten-fold increase from 2009
Wired magazine has registered a 24 per cent growth therefore it is Conde Nast most rapidly growing t
Grazia and Hello realease special editions dedicated to the announcement of the royal engagement
Publisher resigns despite helping EW experience 22 per cent jump in advertisement pages
Marriage no longer dominates family life
Beauty and fasion magazine appoints clothing brand Diesel UK's current head of PR/communications.
Cowell reported Heat to the PCC over the magazine's "X Factor Conspiracy Theories: The Truth".
BBC Magazines moves into the "next phase of digital publishing"
Company continues to extend its brands across multiple platforms
Oprah Magazine app now available on Apple app store.
Unnamed character to intern for the title in hit US TV series.
Friday is her last working day at Rodale
Wieners dropped from magazine after three years in charge.
Sale expected not to interrupt magazines' publishing schedules.
Custom car magazine to cease regular publication after February.
Jane Pratt to launch a new teen magazine in partnership with 14-year-old fashion blogger Tavi Gevins
Perlis will take over executive duties from Steve Forbes and his brother Tim effective December 1.
Zhukova resigns to focus on independent digital publishing.
Apple's tablet computer beat contenders such as Amazon ebook reader Kindle and Sky's new HD launch.
Publishers of Rolling Stone, US Weekly and Men's Journal, charged with trying to sell subscriptions
Former editor-in-chief of Prevention replaces Silvana Nardone
PPA Awards 2010 ceremony took place on Wednesday night.
Daily Beast editor Tina Brown will be at the helm of both titles.
John Pentin has been regional advertising director of Newsweek since 2005.