Cosmopolitan, the biggest young women’s brand in the world, has a particularly strong connection to the fastest growing audience in the US – Hispanics. Cosmopolitan for Latinas reaches English-speaking Hispanics as no other publication does!
This special publication features everything Hispanic women love about Cosmo, while focusing on the vibrant Hispanic culture. This Latina voice strongly believes women don’t have to give up being Latina to be American. Cosmopolitan for Latinas covers everything from enhancing your beauty routines to celebrating your unique sense of style. It also covers dating, relationships, family, the hottest celebrities and the coolest parties—all with an extra dash of spice.
The Fall 2012 issue brings readers up close and personal with the fearless Latina, America Ferrera! You’ll also get career advice and learn how to use your Hispanic heritage to gain the edge over your competition. And be sure to check the style guide for almost 400 Style Savers!
Du Jour is a new national magazine with targeted local content. It is aimed at an audience that represents the country’s most discriminating luxury goods consumers. The quarterly, oversized, glossy print publication comes from Jason Binn, founder of luxury magazines like Hamptons, Ocean Drive, Gotham and Aspen Peak, and a chief adviser of the Gilt Groupe, which offers online bargains on luxury goods.
The Luxury category has remained surprisingly strong in today’s market, proving the need for eager marketers to reach Du Jour’s targeted platform; the the most affluent tastemakers and consumers in cities like New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco.
Since half the editorial in each issue will be focused on the local region, readers will get a dose of local trends as well as a broader range of luxury lifestyle content. The editorial will be provocative, and cutting-edge, with a modern point of view.
This Newsweek Commemorative takes a special look at the Best American Presidents. A distinctive panel of leading historians produces a poll of the 10 Best American Presidents of the 20th Century plus Greatest Speeches, Best-Read Presidents, Most Popular Overseas Presidents, Best Ex-Presidents, Best First Ladies and even the 10 Worst Presidents of the 20th Century. Commentaries and essays are complemented with beautiful photo spreads highlighting the leaders of our Nation.
In a small poll taken by The New York Times, readers reveal the top magazines they consider ‘gone but not forgotten’. Gourmet, which published its last issue in 2009, was most-missed; with readers noting that other titles in the niche do little to fill the void. Spy, Domino, House and Garden, and Premiere round out the top five. NYT Comments are still open if you care to reminisce about titles that folded too soon. NYT (Sept 2012)
We try to live a healthy lifestyle, and for many Americans, this includes taking dietary supplements to gain an edge. More than half of the adult population contributes to this billion-dollar industry in order to stay healthy, lose weight, boost performance on the playing field, and to avoid using prescription drugs.
But buyer beware! Since the FDA regulates dietary supplements in a more meager manner than prescription drugs, it’s up to you to do your research. Luckily, the trusted experts at Consumer Reports have your back. Pick up this issue to learn about which supplements are safe to take for the symptoms that ail you.
Before your next purchase, be it a big investment or minor indulgence, you want to make sure you’re getting the best product out there at the best price. But you’re too busy to spend hours, days, or even longer thoroughly researching which products are worthy of your hard-earned cash. That’s why Consumer Reports has been a mainstay in buying guides since 1936, keeping readers informed on the best products, from cars to household appliances and everything in between. Each issue offers useful and detailed reviews and vital tips that make it easier to navigate the vast market. With Consumer Reports, you can trust that the information you are getting is straightforward and to the point.
There’s lots of buzz about TV’s new Fall line-up! Be sure to grab TV Guide so you know which ones to catch, which ones to let the DVR get, and which ones to skip. Inside you’ll find a special piece about Michael J. Fox’s return to television! You’ll also find out what to expect from the “Vampire Diaries” and Kelly Ripa’s new co-host on “Live!”. See how Jimmy Kimmel will stand up against Dave and Jay on late night and check out their NFL Preview before the season starts!
When you’ve just trudged through a long day at the office nothing seems more cumbersome than putting a nutritious and delicious meal on the table. But the best cooks in the world know this secret: some of the tastiest dishes—the ones that sing with originality—are the easiest to make. This issue of Gourmet is a special edition celebrating simple, standout home cooking, from 5-minute appetizers to easy-peasy pie. It’s packed with 109 recipes that are loaded with flavor, but spare the towering pile of pots and pans.
Whether you’re an experienced chef or just learning your way around the kitchen, Gourmet has got you covered.
Vanity Fair presents the much-anticipated special issue, Vanity Fair’s Private Paradises: an inside look at the secluded hideaways of the rich and famous, quietly wealthy, moguls, and assorted masters of the universe.
Readers will have the opportunity to gain an exclusive peek at the stylish, extraordinary, and elaborate retreats of some of the world’s wealthiest and most eccentric personalities, from Johnny Depp’s Caribbean island to Bruce Weber’s Adirondack idyll. You’ll also find “The 50 Great Retreats You Can Visit Now” in this issue, available now at newsstands.
Glamour Editor in chief Cindi Leive sat down with the President for an interview that will appear in the magazine’s November issue. It is not the first time Obama has sat down with Glamour — he did so in 2008, along with John McCain — but it is his first time as a sitting president.
A woman’s magazine like Glamour may not be a traditional venue for Presidential interviews, but agreeing to the interview is a mark of evolving media strategies for the 2012 election. Stephanie Cutter, a spokeswoman for the Obama campaign, described these outlets as being “equally important” to traditional political media.
Glamour pitched them on a big audience, said Washington editor Linda Kramer Jenning. “There’s a lot of attention being paid to young, women voters,” Jenning said.
Jenning said Leive asked the President about women’s health care, among other topics, even though the interview took place before the recent uproar over the antediluvian comments about rape by Missouri congressman Todd Akin.
The Obama interview is not the extent of Glamour’s political coverage. Like other magazines, it is sending staffers to report from both political conventions, so you can expect to see fair coverage on the issues that matter most to readers. WWD (Aug. 2012)