News & Updates
Esquire Classic was recognized today when The Digital Magazine Awards announced the nomination of Hearst and Bondi as finalists for two of their top awards, Innovation of The Year, and Best New Platform Launch. Winners to be announced at the DMAs on November 11th, 2015
Esquire has taken a page out of the playbook of many other legacy media brands like Vogue, Scientific American, Rolling Stone, Playboy and others, by digitizing its entire archive, thus opening up a new revenue stream.
This week, Esquire is publishing its one thousandth issue. To commemorate the event, people can now pay to read every article and view every iconic photo from all issues on the Web. Like most print-centric publications, Esquire is looking for more revenue streams. And in this case, the Hearst-owned publication is aiming to turn its wealth of archival content into a new business called Esquire Classic.
Aperture Foundation is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the Aperture Digital Archive, a fully searchable online resource containing every issue of Aperture magazine since its founding in 1952. The Digital Archive will preserve one of the most historically important publications in photography, and bring it to a wider audience. “Aperture is a document of great artistic, cultural, and scholarly value,” says Dana Triwush, the publisher, “and the archive is designed as a dynamic, interactive tool in keeping with the high standard of content and image quality for which the magazine is known.”