Since 2010, the People's International Edition has been published in Greece. On July 26, 2013, Outlook Group announced the closure of People's Indian edition, which began publishing in 2008. People established the People/Entertainment Weekly Network in September 2016, in conjunction with Entertainment Weekly. The network includes digital and social media channels that provide news, information, and entertainment about celebrities and musicians.
People is the world's largest magazine publisher behind such titles as People, Us, TV Guide, and Star. The company was founded in New York City in 1933 by Henry Luce who wanted to create a publication that would be equal parts entertainment and education for its audience. Today, People employs more than 4,000 people worldwide and operates or licenses over 70 magazines in 20 countries.
People's website was launched in 1996 and since then it has become one of the most popular celebrity-focused websites on the internet. It is currently ranked number 1 in India according to research firm comScore. In addition to its website, People produces several other media outlets including a monthly magazine, a weekly newspaper, and a daily online portal.
In Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, each country has its own version of People called Hola! People. These are distributed through magazine stands and convenience stores. Their coverage varies by country but usually focuses on Mexican and American culture along with local news.
In the 1970s, a new type of publication appeared: celebrity magazines. People published their debut edition in 1974. Since then, this type of magazine has been the most popular in terms of sales. During those years, there was a surge in the number of women's periodicals. Women were leaving traditional gender roles and becoming more independent.
People also has a web version called People.com that was launched in 1995. In addition, there is a bi-weekly print magazine for men called Men's Health which was started in 1990. There are several other magazines based on celebrities available as well. They include Life & Style, Us Weekly, and Vanity Fair.
People magazine had its start in Chicago in 1974. It originally focused on music news but soon after expanded to cover movies, TV, books, politics, and anything else people wanted to talk about. The original editor and publisher was Richard Grabel who hired Jay Shafer as an assistant editor. Within a few months, they decided to focus exclusively on music news and renamed the magazine Music News International. In 1978, MNI changed its name to People when it became clear that there was potential for the magazine to cover other topics. Over the next few years, they added more staff members including Glenn O'Brien as chief photographer in 1981. In 1983, they hired Ruth Lee as art director creating a whole new look for the magazine. In 1987, they opened their first office outside of Chicago in New York City.
The newspaper was fully amalgamated with its parent in October 2016 and renamed The New York Times International Edition. While it shares many columnists with The New York Times, the International Edition has its distinct voice, notably in the sphere of culture. It focuses on international news and features from a progressive perspective.
It was founded in 1851 by Horace Greeley and is today one of the largest English-language newspapers in the world by circulation. The paper is published in four daily editions: New York Times Daybreak Asian edition in morning; New York Times East Coast edition in mid-morning; New York Times West Coast edition in late afternoon/early evening.
Its readers include both Americans and foreigners interested in current affairs. Newspaper articles often focus on issues such as government corruption, human rights violations, poverty programs, war protests and other topics relevant to people around the world.
In addition to its daily editions, The New York Times publishes several magazines including The New York Times Magazine, NYT Cooking, Architecture Digest and others. The company also produces more specialized publications such as Brain Pickings, Gadfly and T'was the Summer of '69.
New York Times journalists receive special recognition for their achievements. In 2010, journalist Chris Bowers was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for his work on the financial crisis.
Living Media India Limited publishes India Today, a weekly English-language news magazine in India. With a circulation of about 8 million, it is India's most widely distributed magazine. The magazine was founded by Indian-American publisher Victor O'Gorman who also founded US newsmagazine Newsweek.
India Today covers news across the world including politics, business, entertainment and culture. It is known for its in-depth coverage of international affairs with focus on India. The magazine has won several awards including two National Magazine Awards from the Press Council of India.
Besides India Today, Living Media India Limited also publishes Filmfare, which is a monthly magazine that focuses on movies. It includes interviews with filmmakers and actors, reviews of upcoming films, and coverage of film festivals around the world. The magazine was first published in December 1953.
Filmfare was originally called Film News Yearly until 1999 when it changed its name to better reflect the nature of its content.
In addition to these magazines, Living Media India Limited also publishes several other magazines such as Games World, Health, Homemaker, and Yoga Journal. These magazines cover various topics including sports, entertainment, health, cooking, and yoga. They are all published in English and are available nationwide.
Editions in several languages The journal is presently available in 31 local versions worldwide. It is also published in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, South America, and the Middle East.
The National Geographic Magazine was first published on August 1, 1916. Its first issue had a cover price of $1 per copy. Today's edition has an annual print run of about 3 million copies and a total readership of more than 100 million people. It is the largest-circulation magazine in the world.
Each issue contains articles on current topics within science, exploration, history, and photography. There are also numerous illustrations and photographs included in each issue. In addition, each month's issue includes maps and plans of cities around the world.
At the beginning of each year, the editor selects one country to focus on for the entire year. This country becomes the "Centre of Attention." Issues will usually have articles on various subjects related to that country. Recent centers of attention have been Germany, India, China, Brazil, France, and Mexico.
National Geographic has 12 monthly magazines and one annual magazine.