Hearst Plans New Print Magazine for Early 2016

Hearst Magazines, publisher of glossy titles like Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping, is planning to introduce a new print magazine in early 2016, according to David Carey, the company's president."We're in conversations now with possible joint-venture partners," said Mr. Carey in a memo to Hearst staff Dec. 31. He did not elaborate further on the print launch in his New Year's Eve memo, which he sends to staff each year.In a time when print titles are under stress, Hearst has introduced several recent titles in tandem with well-known brands and personalities in the TV world. This year, the company introduced "Dr. Oz The Good Life" in partnership with celebrity physican Mehmet Oz. And in recent years, it has rolled out HGTV and Food Network magazines. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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