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While print may be dying, traditional journalism is certainly adapting
While print may be dying, traditional journalism is certainly adaptingArticle

Rachel Briant, director and head of communications at Without A Doubt agency writes about preserving the old craft and what marketers can do about it...

Rachel Briant 11 Jul 2019

The crux of King's presentation. Image via .
#DigitalAgencyShowcase: Lessons on idea-led ideas with King James GroupArticle

In the final session of Red & Yellow School's #digitalagencyshowcase, King James Group co-founder Alistair King shared his 'secret sauce' on the thinking that keeps them top of the Loeries and IAB Bookmarks' digital agency rankings in South Africa...

Leigh Andrews 20 May 2019

Julia Raphaely, CEO of Associated Media Publishing and YPO member.
Global CEOs to reskill, redefine and recycle in Cape Town with YPOArticle

YPO is hosting the world's largest gathering of chief executives, its Global Leadership Conference and YPO Edge, right here in Cape Town on 6 and 7 March 2019, with the theme, 'Life of Re'. YPO member Julia Raphaely, also CEO of Associated Media Publishing, shares what to expect...

Leigh Andrews 4 Feb 2019

2019 Bookmark judges are announced
2019 Bookmark judges are announcedArticle

The IAB SA has announced a panel of industry leaders who will judge the Bookmark Awards in 2019...

Issued by IAB South Africa 8 Nov 2018

Marie Claire SA's last issue will be published in December 2018!
Marie Claire SA's last issue will be published in December 2018!Article

Associated Media Publishing has announced that it will not be renewing its licence to publish Marie Claire, with the last issue being published in December 2018, here in South Africa...

19 Oct 2018

#Newsmaker: Holly Meadows, the new face of Cosmopolitan South Africa
#Newsmaker: Holly Meadows, the new face of Cosmopolitan South AfricaArticle

This week is Holly Meadows' first as editor of Cosmopolitan South Africa. She succeeds Kerrie Simon-Lawrence, who is returning to Australia.

Jessica Tennant 4 Jul 2017

Thurgood and Raphaely
#InnovationMonth: "Repetition is a dirty word"Article

Associated Media group CEO Julia Raphaely talks us through the collaborative benefit of shifting from silo structure and instead having creatives work with other creatives, as well as how they continue to innovate and shine despite market conditions on the downturn...

Leigh Andrews 14 Sep 2016

RIP Gordon Patterson
RIP Gordon PattersonArticle

It's a sad day for the local media and marketing industry as ad doyen Gordon Patterson has passed away...

22 Jul 2016

Print success through 360° content
Print success through 360° contentArticle

They've done it again! A year after my interview with Julia Raphaely, chief executive officer of Associated Media Publishing on embracing digital for print to prosper, AMP has again seen outstanding Q3 ABC figures...

Leigh Andrews 4 Dec 2015

AMP shows other publishers how print can embrace digital
AMP shows other publishers how print can embrace digitalArticle

If your brand doesn't have a digital component it's just not going to survive. But don't worry, Julia Raphaely, Chief Executive Officer of Associated Media Publishing, shares their survival strategy...

Leigh Andrews 12 Dec 2014

O, The Oprah Magazine, SA edition to close
O, The Oprah Magazine, SA edition to closeArticle

Associated Media Publishing has just announced that the South African edition of O, The Oprah Magazine will publish its final issue in September 2014.

25 Jul 2014

Busting black market magazine traders
Busting black market magazine tradersArticle

On the grimy floor of an inner-city taxi rank, a scantily dressed woman smiles up from the cover of Women's Health, incongruous against the hard concrete. The magazine is one of many of South Africa's most popular consumer titles that are piled high inside the enclosed rank and being sold by informal traders for a fraction of their cover price... Joanna Wright and Judy Lelliot crack open a case of stolen magazines.

19 Feb 2013

New name, appointments for Associated Magazines
New name, appointments for Associated MagazinesArticle

As part of its vision to expand beyond the magazine print market and capitalise on new developments in the media sector, Associated Magazines is changing its name to Associated Media Publishing.

17 Oct 2012

Cosmo SA gets new editor
Cosmo SA gets new editorArticle

As of 1 November 2011, Sbu Mpungose, currently True Love editor, will become the third editor in 26 years of Cosmopolitan South Africa. Mpungose takes over from Vanessa Raphaely, who will continue in her role as editorial director of Associated Magazines.

24 Aug 2011

Good Housekeeping goes Afrikaans for South Africa
Good Housekeeping goes Afrikaans for South AfricaArticle

The seventh new language edition of Heart Magazine International's Good Housekeeping will be in Afrikaans here in South Africa - and it will be Associated Magazines' first-ever Afrikaans magazine. Both English and Afrikaans versions will be launched under licence in the second half of 2011.

15 Apr 2011

Associated Magazines appoints associate publisherArticle

Associated Magazines announced yesterday, Monday, 19 January 2009, that it has appointed Andreline van Tonder as associate publisher for all titles in the group. Van Tonder will rejoin the company in February 2009, after spending over two years at Media24.

20 Jan 2009

Naomi Larkin moves on to House and Leisure
Naomi Larkin moves on to House and LeisureArticle

Naomi Larkin has been appointed as the new editor of House and Leisure magazine, effective February 2009, Associated Magazines announced yesterday, Thursday, 15 January 2009. She replaces Lianne Burton, who will be pursuing various creative projects. [interview]

16 Jan 2009

All the 2008 MPASA PICA winnersArticle

The 2008 MPASA PICA Awards were held for the second time in Cape Town at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Friday night, 21 November 2008, attended by the glitterati of South Africa's magazine publishing history. For the first time ever, a Lifetime Achiever's Award was given out - posthumously to the late Harold Rupert Eedes, longtime industry stalwart and MD of Ramsay, Son & Parker (now RamsayMedia) who passed away from cancer earlier this year. [video]

22 Nov 2008

Scholtemeyer quits as MPASA directorArticle

Patricia Scholtemeyer has resigned as a director of the Magazine Publishers Association of South Africa (MPASA), the organisation said in a press statement this afternoon, Monday, 4 February 2008.

4 Feb 2008

MPASA condemns Media24's magazine circulation irregularitiesArticle

The Magazine Publishers Association of South Africa (MPASA) has strongly condemned the Media24 circulation irregularities uncovered last month and emphasised the need to be open, transparent, clear and truthful with regard to the reporting of circulation figures. In addition it expressed concern that Media24's internal audit processes were not enough to stop the fraud happening in the first place.

11 Oct 2007

MPASA stands behind ScholtemeyerArticle

Media24 Magazines CEO Patricia Scholtemeyer was reconfirmed as MPASA chair at a board meeting of the Magazine Publishers Association of South Africa (MPASA) in Johannesburg yesterday. Julia Raphaely stays on as deputy chair and will assume the role of spokesperson on the Media24/ABC circulation issue for MPASA. The association will issue a full statement today, Thursday, 11 October 2007, on the whole circulation debacle.

10 Oct 2007

Louise Marsland
Notes on a scandalArticle

Media24 group MD Hein Brand will today explain what went wrong with internal processes that resulted in the biggest scandal to hit the magazine publishing industry in South Africa. A special press conference has been called for lunchtime today, Wednesday, 3 October 2007, in Sandton and media directors have told Bizcommunity.com that they want to know exactly how this could have happened.

Louise Marsland 3 Oct 2007

Launch of Women's Car of the Year Awards
Launch of Women's Car of the Year AwardsArticle

Launching this year with Associated Magazines' Women on Wheels (WOW) is the Women's Car of the Year Awards, a set of motoring awards that celebrate the best cars for women, as decided by women.

27 Jun 2007

Another Raphaely at the helm of Associated MagazinesArticle

Julia Raphaely is the new managing director of Associated Magazines, with immediate effect. Formerly business director, she will be responsible for the day-to-day business management of Associated Magazines. Jane Raphaely will stay on as chairperson and Vanessa Raphaely will continue as editorial director.

11 Aug 2006

Strong first quarter for Associated MagazinesArticle

Associated Magazines' titles increased in circulation January to March 2006, as reflected in the first-ever ABC figures released for a three-month period. Previously the figures were reported every six months.

25 May 2006

Pica says magazine market is boomingArticle

The SA magazine industry is booming and fragmenting into interesting niche markets that ten years ago would have been considered unviable, advertising spend is on the up and South Africa's rich diversity is consistently being illustrated in innovative editorial techniques, noteworthy journalistic enterprise and layout and design marked by imagination and vigor.

10 Nov 2005

FEMINA sinks a 'hole in one'Article

Femina will be the official lifestyle magazine partner for the second Women's World Cup of Golf (WWCG) at Sun City from 20 to 22 January 2006 and plans to celebrate the occasion with a special golf and lifestyle magazine, bagged with the February 2006 issue.

3 Nov 2005

Magazine titles increase circulationArticle

Associated Magazines titles stood their ground in a tough magazine market in the January-June 2005 ABC, with most titles increasing circulation from the previous ABC period. Cosmopolitan achieved its highest circulation figure for the first semester of the ABC period in 15 years, reaching 118 296.

21 Aug 2005

Cosmopolitan now in Kenya Article

Kenya joins the 48 nations around the world that can lay claim to their very own edition of Cosmopolitan magazine, as this woman's glossy goes on sale at leading bookstores around Kenya.

24 Nov 2004

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