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The Week Junior Launches Summer of Reading Challenge
The Week Junior is launching its Summer of Reading Challenge, a six week long initiative to get the UK’s children reading.
Chelsea Magazine Company Acquires Two Scottish Titles
The Chelsea Magazine Company has consolidated its foothold in Scotland by acquiring two leading Scottish magazine titles, Scottish Life and The Highlander.
Men's Health Announces Partnership with MunchFit
Men’s Health has today announced the launch of a partnership with premium fitness food specialist MunchFit that sees the introduction of ‘Fuel’ – a premium-quality, gourmet meal delivery service tailored by leading nutritionists to help a wide range of consumer body goals.
The PPA Awards 2020 Winners
An evening of virtual celebrations saw record numbers attend the PPA Awards 40th Anniversary ceremony. Immediate Media came out on top, scooping four awards, Property Week and New Scientist taking the Business and Consumer Magazine Brand Awards and Claire Warren of Work and Edward Enninful of Vogue named Business and Consumer Editors. Cosmopolitan’s historic front cover featuring TV star, Jonathan Van Ness took home Front Cover of the Year Award, voted for by the public.
Claire Hodgson | Editor-in-Chief | Cosmopolitan, Hearst UK
For a second year in a row, the public voted for Cosmopolitan to win the PPA Front Cover of the Year award. Forever pushing boundaries and providing a platform for a diverse range of communities, the winning Cosmopolitan cover featuring the TV star, Jonathan Van Ness demonstrated exactly this. We spoke with Editor-in-Chief Claire Hodgson about what it meant to win last night and the evolution of the magazine since she took up her role last April.
British Vogue Announces Winners of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020
British Vogue has announced the winners of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020. Across 25 categories, British Vogue readers were asked to vote for their favourite products across a list of 192 nominees.
Guest Blog: How the digital transformation of local news can be successful
Not so long ago, local newspapers faced little competition. As Warren Buffett would say, the local newspaper used to have a fantastic moat.
British Vogue features 14 new and original landscapes from around UK for the August Issue
In the first project of its kind for British Vogue, Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful OBE commissioned 14 special covers for the August issue.
The Big Issue Vendors Will Return to the Streets on July 6
Sellers have been off their pitches since March after we took action to protect them from Covid-19.
Flume launch final summit in the Future Sales Lab Series: Defining a new sales experience
What does the future of sales look like in a changed world and what are the implications for sales professionals and sales leaders? This is the big question being answered for Flume’s third and final summit in their Future Sales Lab Series on 1st July at 2pm GMT+1.
Will Nightingale | Reviews Editor | What Car, Haymarket
As Reviews Editor at What Car?, Will Nightingale covers new car launches, writes and films comparison tests, always making sure there's real science behind all the information they provide. In recent months however, the science has gone further than how many miles to the gallon a car can do, as Will has spearheaded a project introducing new COVID car testing guidelines. While this may lengthen the process of car testing, it has ensured the What Car? team can continue to produce trusted content for their readers.
Bauer Media UK Announce Changes to its Publishing Portfolio Following Review
Bauer Media has outlined changes to 10 brands in its UK Publishing portfolio following the completion of a comprehensive review of its operations, originally announced on 18 May.