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Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN, Apologizes for “Deeply Moronic” Behavior That Got Him Fired From The New Yorker

CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin returned to the cable news channel for the first time since last October, addressing the incident that got him fired by The New Yorker and which kept him off of CNN…

Conde Nast Leans Into Live, Teases “HBO-Esque” Video Productions at Newfront

When it comes to video, Condé Nast is in a moment of transition. The publishing giant has built its video brands around dozens of unscripted programs, many with close ties to the company’s stable…

New Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Alexi McCammond Resigns

"Conde Nast and I have decided to part ways," McCammond said on social media after being condemned by magazine staff members for past tweets.

WME Signs Hypebeast for Film, TV Projects (Exclusive)

WME has signed Hypebeast, which grew from a sneaker blog to become a digital media company and e-commerce platform.

Vice Comms Chief Jumps to Conde Nast

Condé Nast has named its first-ever global chief communications officer. Danielle Carrig will join the media company in the new role from Vice Media Group, where she led the communications strategy…

WME Signs Condé Nast Entertainment

WME has signed Condé Nast Entertainment.

Sara Moonves Named Editor-in-Chief of W Magazine Amid Brand Acquisition

Future Media Group on Tuesday announced that it has acquired fashion publication W Magazine from Conde Nast. Amid the acquisition, Sara Moonves, daughter of Les Moonves, has been named…

Condé Nast Names Ex-Pandora Boss Roger Lynch as First Global CEO

Lynch will oversee the combined U.S. and international units of the media and publishing company.

Conde Nast CEO to Step Down, Company to Combine U.S. and Int’l Units

Conde Nast, the publisher of such titles as Vanity Fair and 'The New Yorker, said that CEO Bob Sauerberg will step down, and it will combine its U.S. and international operations.

Oren Katzeff to Succeed Dawn Ostroff as Conde Nast Entertainment President

Tastemade executive Oren Katzeff has been named president of Conde Nast Entertainment, replacing Dawn Ostroff, who left for Spotify earlier this year.

Dawn Ostroff Joins Spotify as Chief Content Officer

Ostroff's hire boosts Spotify's top executive female ranks; since 2011, Ostroff has been the president of entertainment at Conde Nast.

MTV Taps Conde Nast’s Michael Klein as Head of Programming

He'll take over the position previously held by Susanne Daniels, who exited for YouTube in July.