Advance Magazine Publishers Inc., doing business as Condé Nast Publications, Inc., produces print, digital, and video content for audiences. It also develops films, and television and digital video programming. The company was incorporated in 1988 and is based in New York, New York with satellite offices throughout the United States. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Advance Publications, Inc.
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Conde Nast Entertainment Appoints Joe Sabia as Head of Development for Digital Channels
Oct 7 14
Conde Nast Entertainment named Joe Sabia as head of digital development for its digital video channels. Sabia will report to Michael Klein.
Conde Nast Traveler Launches The Gold List App Across All Major Platforms, Powered By MAZ
Jun 10 14
Conde Nast Traveler announced the release of a new app called the Gold List last week, which is now available across all mobile and tablet devices. The app was created in partnership with MAZ, whose publishing platform powers nearly 1,000 apps across iOS, Android, Amazon, and the web. Gold List covers hotels, resorts, cruise lines, hotel bars and restaurants from all over the world featured editorially. Users who download Gold List can now browse through various lists by destination, cocktails and restaurants, and exclusive Very Important Travelers choices. The new app also features Stream, a revolutionary social feature that creates a live, crowd-sourced feed of Conde Nast Traveler Gold List content as curated by the community of app users. Stream allows readers to participate in a localized social network right inside the app by "cutting out" anything they see on their screens with their fingers to save or share via social media, email or SMS. With an audience of 3.5 million, Conde Nast Traveler is one of the top sources in the country for travel news and information. The new app version of Gold List includes increased interactivity, user experience, and deep social integration. Conde Nast Traveler Gold List is now available on the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore.
SELF Announces Senior Editorial Appointments
May 7 14
SELF announced that Barbara Reyes has been named creative director, Suzanne D'Amato has been named executive editor and Rebecca Sinn has been named entertainment director. These appointments are part of the new articulation of the SELF brand led by Chang's vision for the Conde Nast title. Reyes comes to SELF from O, The Oprah Magazine, where she has been art director since 2012. The magazine recently won the 2014 National Magazine Award for Leisure Interests. D'Amato has been executive editor at People StyleWatch since 2009. Sinn has been senior entertainment editor at Glamour since 2010.