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Glamour EIC Samantha Barry Says Goodbye to Print, Goes Digital
November 21, 2018
Samantha Barry, editor-in-chief of Glamour, discusses the magazine's decision to stop printing a "regular" issue and pivot to digital.
Former Victoria's Secret Executive Launches MINDD Bra Company
Nov 21, 2018
Glamour's Editor-in-Chief Kills Print Edition, Says She's Toying With Limited Paywall
Condé Nast's shift to digital continued this week with an announcement that Glamour, the 80-year-old women's fashion magazine, would cease monthly print publication after its January 2019 issue. It follows similar moves by Teen Vogue and Self, other female-focused brands in the Condé stable. The vaunted magazine publisher lost $120 million last year amid a consolidation of its print properties.
Jan 30, 2019
Glamour Gets Digital Makeover
Samantha Barry, editor-in-chief for Glamour, explains the thinking behind the magazine's digital makeover, as well as how the publication will handle the news that all of Conde Nast's titles will be behind a paywall in some form by the end of 2019.
Jan 30, 2019
In Post-Print Era, Glamour EIC Focuses on Building a Site Women Will Pay to Visit
As digital advertising is increasingly beholden to the Google/Facebook duopoly, Glamour is experimenting with what it sees as the future of the industry: a multi-faceted revenue model that uses a combination of traditional ads, metered or niche paywalls, events, audio and e-commerce, even as it kills off its one-time moneymaker, the monthly print edition. Samantha Barry, Glamour's editor-in-chief, told Cheddar in an interview Wednesday that she sees the 80-year-old iconic brand as a "service for women."