Joanna Coles Is Working on Her ‘Next Chapter’ From the Beach

Though she left after serving as Hearst Magazine's first chief content officer weeks ago, Joanna Coles hasn't given up her signature treadmill. She just moved it to the beach instead. Turns out I can't give up my #TreadmillDeskLife. #BackAtMyDesk #BeachBoss working on #NewChapter ???? @LolaHats [email protected] [email protected]_fitness *Shellphone use only* A post shared by Joanna... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

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Kate Lewis Tapped as Joanna Coles’ Replacement | People on the Move

[caption id="attachment_133047" align="alignright" width="150"] Kate Lewis[/caption] Newly appointed president of Hearst Magazines Troy Young and Hearst president and CEO Steven R. Swartz announced today that Kate Lewis will take on the role of chief content officer at Hearst Magazines, a... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Watch Hearst Mags Chief Content Officer Joanna Coles exit by treadmill

The rumor that Hearst Magazines' Chief Content Officer Joanna Coles would be leaving the company broke on Friday (see this New York Post story), and it wasn't exactly a surprise (given that she was just passed over for the company's presidency). What is a surprise is how she chose to make it... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Joanna Coles to Depart Hearst Magazines

Long-time Hearst exec Joanna Coles is departing the company, Coles confirmed in a Instagram post on Monday. This announcement follows in the wake of the recent appointment of Troy Young to president of Hearst Magazines. "My route is being recalculated. It's time for a new adventure. I'm going to... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

[ Folio Magazine | 2018-08-06 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Joanna Coles Is Leaving Hearst Magazines

Joanna Coles, the chief content officer of Hearst Magazines, is stepping down, The New York Post reported today. Hearst did not return multiple requests for comment. Coles is expected to leave the company next week. Her departure comes on the heels of Troy Young's appointment to Hearst... Continue reading at AdWeek

[ AdWeek | 2018-08-04 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Hearst's Joanna Coles on diversity, online dating and living offline

Joanna Coles doesn't spend much time online.The chief content officer at Hearst, executive producer on the Freeform series "The Bold Type," and author of the new book "Love Rules," is certainly incredibly busy. But during a brief moment when she wasn't on panels at Cannes she told Ad Age that... Continue reading at Advertising Age

[ Advertising Age | 2018-06-21 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Joanna Coles on Magazines, Her New Book and the Digital Age

Hearst Magazine's chief content officer sits down with Folio: for a one-of-a-kind interview. The post Joanna Coles on Magazines, Her New Book and the Digital Age appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

[ Folio Magazine | 2018-04-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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‘We need real diversity’: Hearst’s Joanna Coles says more women in leadership will lead to culture change

The chief content officer at Hearst talks about #MeToo, print media's comeback, Snapchat's value to publishers and more. The post ‘We need real diversity’: Hearst’s Joanna Coles says more women in leadership will lead to culture change appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Joanna Cannon vows to keep working in NHS after £300,000 book deal

Novelist who began writing to relieve the stress of her psychiatry job says literary success will not stop her listening to ‘real voices’ in hospitalA bestselling debut novelist who wrote her book in a hospital car park as stress release from her job as a psychiatrist is to return to the NHS.... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Joanna Coles Named Hearst Magazines Chief Content Officer

Michele Promaulayko returns to take the reins at Cosmopolitan and Seventeen. The post Joanna Coles Named Hearst Magazines Chief Content Officer appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Joanna Coles Leaves Cosmo to Become Hearst's Chief Content Officer

Joanna Coles' steady rise to the top at Hearst Magazines has reached a new high, with the well-regarded Cosmopolitan editor in chief (and two-time Adweek Hot List Editor of the Year) being promoted today to chief content officer, a new position within the publishing company. "Joanna is a... Continue reading at AdWeek

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How Joanna Coles Nabbed Cosmo's Corner Office

“Growing up, Cosmo was my lifeline to the world,” says Joanna Coles, the freshly installed editor-in-chief of the largest women’s magazine. “A world that I wanted to be in but couldn’t get to yet.” Piloting a global magazine, married to a notable author, throwing "dream" dinner parties, and... Continue reading at Fast Company

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Working Partners brings in Karen Ball to work with publishers

Karen Ball has joined Working Partners as the company's first head of UK sales.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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They worked at Apple, Amazon and Lyft. Now they're working to get you stoned

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Can ‘Deep Work’ Really Work for You?

Cal Newport’s recent book champions the virtues of dedicated time for uninterrupted thinking. But can the perpetually overtasked modern worker make “deep work” a reality? Continue reading at [email protected]

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Cat People, Riposte and Works that Work: the niche world of indie magazines

Mainstream mags may be shutting down, but specialist publishing has never been in healthier shape. So which magazines should you be subscribing to?While mainstream magazines are seeing sales fall, and long-standing titles such as Loaded are printing their final issues, the world of niche,... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Faber scoops Wyatt and Benge's 'life's work'

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“The greatest sci-fi work of all time,” Foundation, finally has a YouTube trailer.

Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy has long been one of the great unadaptable science fiction works (read more on that here, along with a catalogue of Asimov’s awful serial harassment of women), but after 50 years, it has finally made it to screens. Starring noted tall man, Lee Pace (along with... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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10 Works of Literary Fiction for Runners

Over the past few months, as gyms and yoga studios and fitness centers have remained closed, many of you antsy yogis and barre-enthusiasts and Zumba-addicts have gone back to that most elemental of exercises: the run. For those of us who like to read and run, well, plenty of books on the subject... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Like so many things this year, the 2020 Digital Content NewFronts are going to look different. The biggest change: how they're produced. Instead of four daily in-person presentations that would have ad buyers, content producers and the media running from location to location across Manhattan,... Continue reading at AdWeek

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