Fashion and Brand Photog Terry Richardson, Banned by Conde Nast, Now Under NYPD Scrutiny

Photographer Terry Richardson, whose often risqu images have been featured in A-list fashion magazines as well as in ad campaigns for leading fashion brands, is under investigation by the New York Police Department, according to a report that appears in this morning's Daily News. The paper's Brian Niemietz and Nancy Dillon write that the NYPD's Special Victims Squad is on the case and that,Multiple women confirmed Tuesday that investigators from the elite unit have reached out in recent weeks, asking for sit-down meetings regarding the lurid lensman. The development follows a Dec. 15 cover story in The News detailing new allegations of sexual assault against the 52-year-old former fashion industry star who's shot everyone from Beyonc and Miley Cyrus to President Obama. Ex-model Caron Bernstein stepped forward in the piece with claims Richardson invited her to collaborate on an edgy, topless photo shoot at his Manhattan studio in 2003 and ambushed her with a sex assault.Richardson had previously made headlines in October when The Telegraph reported that he'd been quietly but thoroughly banned by a glossy media empire that had kept him in steady employ. The U.K. paper's Ben Riley-Smith and Nick Allen reported then that, Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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Condé Nast Bans Terry Richardson From Working With Its Magazines

The famous photographer has been blacklisted following allegations of sexual harassment and assault. The post Condé Nast Bans Terry Richardson From Working With Its Magazines appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Why Wired is hosting its Conde Nast sister brands at CES this year

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Why Time, Conde Nast and other magazine publishers are charging into brand licensing

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New Yorker Festival Taps Sibling Conde Nast Brands for Sponsored Panels

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Conde Nast Taps Two Execs to Lead Branded Entertainment Arm

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Condé Nast college to offer Vogue-branded fashion course

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How Conde Nast plans to make money from Instagram TV

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Conde Nast launches new ad program for performance marketers

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HGTV stars get their own collectible covers, the New York Post obsesses about AOC, Conde Nast diversifies: Publisher’s Brief

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Conde Nast positions itself as the new primetime TV

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Conde Nast now has 28 shows on Snapchat, with plans for more

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‘The Cleaner’: Conde Nast’s new level-headed leader is a publishing newcomer

The former physicist has experience with building new businesses, paring down struggling ones and rallying troops. His new job will require all three. The post ‘The Cleaner’: Conde Nast’s new level-headed leader is a publishing newcomer appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Conde Nast's new global CEO is a former Pandora and Sling TV chief

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Bank of Montreal to move NYC headquarters to former Conde Nast building

Bank of Montreal has signed a 15-year lease for six floors at 151 W. 42nd St., the Times Square skyscraper that used to house publishing company Conde Nast. The Canadian bank’s capital-markets... To view the full story, click the title link. Continue reading at Crains New York

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‘You have to sell advertisers what they need, not what you want’: Q&A with Conde Nast chief revenue officer, Pamela Drucker Mann

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Conde Nast kicks off outside search for new CEO as Bob Sauerberg prepares to step down

Cond Nast, once the most glamorous and moneyed player among the big magazine publishing houses, is acknowledging that it needs new leadershipand "outside" leadership at that.In a memo to staff this morning, Steve Newhouse and Jonathan Newhouse, scions of the Newhouse clan that controls the... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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The U.S. publishing house is scrambling to erase $120 million in losses last year; its international arm could offer lessons in cost-savings. The post In a shift, Conde Nast integrates more of US and international arm appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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