Articles tagged “travel + leisure”

Skift Podcast: The Relevance of Travel Media in an Age of Media Abundance

Skift Podcast: The Relevance of Travel Media in an Age of Media Abundance

Hannah Sampson, Skift

The landscape for travel-focused media is changing as advertising dollars shift, social media encroaches, and the need for clicks battles the desire to inspire.

2 years ago

Travel + Leisure Joins Ranks of Publications Selling Readers Branded Vacations

Travel + Leisure Joins Ranks of Publications Selling Readers Branded Vacations

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

The line between editorial and advertising is blurring for many travel publications. Branded vacations are just the next step in making more money by riding this line.

3 years ago

What Happens When You Read a Stack of Travel Magazines at the Beach

What Happens When You Read a Stack of Travel Magazines at the Beach

Jason Clampet, Skift

We'd rather read a magazine than get grains of sand stuck in our iPhone, but we worry that we're no longer in the majority.

3 years ago

First Look at Travel + Leisure’s Revamped Magazine and Website

First Look at Travel + Leisure’s Revamped Magazine and Website

Jason Clampet, Skift

There's a renewed focus on experience and expertise in the new T+L that thankfully goes beyond mere inspiration and bucket list collections.

3 years ago

Top 10 Travel Media Brands on Social Media for November 2014

Top 10 Travel Media Brands on Social Media for November 2014

Joyce Manalo, Skift

The most engaging topics revolved around travel tips, listicles, and curated photos from crowdsourced images.

4 years ago

Time Inc. Names Nathan Lump as New Travel + Leisure Editor

Time Inc. Names Nathan Lump as New Travel + Leisure Editor

Jason Clampet, Skift

Lump has the travel experience and the deep experience with both digital and branded content that a top editor now needs.

4 years ago

Travel + Leisure Editor-in-Chief Nancy Novogrod Retires

Travel + Leisure Editor-in-Chief Nancy Novogrod Retires

Jason Clampet, Skift

Some really big, well-traveled shoes to fill.

4 years ago