first_imgAccording to Mediaweek, Rodale president of interactive and chief marketing officer Bill Ostroff has left the company. Michaelson is said to be assuming Ostroff’s interactive responsibilities. A Rodale spokesperson did not immediately return a request for comment. Several management-level staffing changes were announced Friday at Rodale. Men’s Health editor-in-chief and Best Life editorial director David Zinczenko will have the added responsibility being editorial director of Women’s Health.Zinczenko’s new role at Women’s Health marks the “next step” in the magazine’s evolution, including a multi-platform expansion, said Rodale president and CEO Steven Pleshette Murphy. According to first quarter Publishers Information Bureau figures, Women’s Health advertising sales reached $15.5 million—a 133 percent spike in advertising sales over the same period last year. Ad pages increased more than 50 percent.Other staffing changes included the promotions of Rodale Direct executive vice president Gregg Michaelson to executive vice president of customer marketing and Bicycling editor-in-chief Steve Madden to vice president and editorial director of Rodale International. Madden will be replaced as editor-in-chief by executive editor Lauren Mooney.last_img read more

first_img See Jennifer Lopez’s Outrageous “Dinero” Video watch-jennifer-lopez-cardi-b-dj-khaled-dinero-video Facebook Watch Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, DJ Khaled In “Dinero” Video From diamond bowling balls to pet ostriches, get a glimpse of the high life in the singer/songwriter’s latest music videoRenée FabianGRAMMYs May 24, 2018 – 12:53 pm Jennifer Lopez is living it up right in the music video for her latest track “Dinero.”The music video, which was directed by Joseph Khan, features a black-and-white tongue-in-cheek portrait that takes the high life to another level entirely. In the clip, J.Lo passes the time with a diamond bowling ball in her mansion, wins a game of poker against three shirtless hunks, roasts marshmallows over a burning pile of cash, and walks her pet ostrich (of course).Meanwhile, DJ Khaled interjects in drive-by shots of “more money” or “cash flow” while sauntering around a mansion, drinking from a small cup and hanging out the top of a limo. Not to be outdone, Cardi B comes on scene blazing in an elegant all-white feathered ensemble in bed with J.Lo before joining a game of croquet. Lopez wraps things up after a bedazzled dance sequence before (spoiler alert) relaxing in a bathing pool with a unicorn nearby.”Dinero,” which was released last week, marks the third recent single from Lopez, following “El Anillo” and “Se Acabó El Amor” with Abraham Mateo and Yandel. Rumor has it Lopez is due to put out a new Spanish-language album this year, Por Primera Vez, but a release date has yet to be announced. This would be her first full-length release since 2014’s A.K.A.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Twitter Email News last_img read more

first_imgEnlarge ImageKevin Durant wearing Master & Dynamic headphones. www.instagram.com/leaguefits Kevin Durant may be sidelined with a calf injury as his Golden State Warriors face the Portland Trailblazers in the Western Conference Finals of the NBA playoffs, but he’s still making business moves. Thirty Five Ventures, the company Durant owns with sports business executive Rich Kleiman, has announced that it’s become an equity partner in New York-based Master & Dynamic, an audio company known for well-crafted headphones featuring premium materials and excellent sound.  “In addition to having part ownership in Master & Dynamic, the full partnership will also see Durant and Thirty Five Ventures work with the company on creative, design and building out the intersection of sports and music,” according to Master & Dynamic. Recently Master & Dynamic released its first noise-cancelling headphone, the MW65 ANC, and in June, the company says a special edition “Studio 35” version will hit stores in a color design that Durant selected. It’s unclear what those colors will be and whether they’ll offer any hints as to where Durant will play next year. He can opt-out of his contract at the end of the season and New York and Brooklyn are possible destinations — or so Knicks and Nets fans hope. Read: CNET’s full review of the Master & Dynamic MW65 ANCWe reached out to Durant for comment through Master & Dynamic and Thirty Five Ventures, but didn’t hear back from him. We were wondering what specifically drew him to the headphone brand. He’d been previously seen wearing Beats, which last year became the official headphone of the NBA. Unlike Beats, which are known for their strong bass, Master & Dynamic headphones feature a more balanced audio profile that’s more geared toward audiophiles. As part of the press release announcing the deal, Durant did have this to say about the partnership:”Master & Dynamic has been elevating the audio game since they launched in 2014 and I felt that they were a company I had to get involved with. Music is such a huge part of my life that their products have become an important part of my day to day, and I’m looking forward to some amazing collaboration between our teams.”For some reason Master & Dynamic didn’t have a professionally shot photo of Durant wearing the company’s headphones available for the announcement (the above photo is from Instagram). But the company did recently feature his mother, Wanda Durant, in a Mother’s Day blog post that’s worth reading.wanda-durant-1Enlarge ImageWanda Durant wearing the Master & Dynamic MW60. Master & Dynamic Share your voice 20 Photos Master & Dynamic MW65 ANC 0 Post a comment Tags Mobile Accessorieslast_img read more