¬†Notice all the magazines MM uses? Hey, look there is Oprah’s Magazine! Thanks to @lovenowayworld¬†

Add Sunday Express and Hola magazine!

She has been using Bustle:¬†Bustle is an online American women’s magazine founded in August 2013 by Bryan Goldberg. Bustle is designed for women and it positions news and politics alongside articles about beauty, celebrities, and fashion trends. By September 2016, the website had 50 million monthly readers.¬†Wikipedia


IBTimes was launched in 2005; it is owned by Newsweek Media Group,[3] and was founded by Etienne Uzac and Johnathan Davis. Its headquarters are in a former Newsweek office in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, New York City.[7]

Reporting in 2014,¬†Mother Jones¬†claimed that IBT journalists are subject to constant demand to produce¬†clickbait; one former employee reportedly complained that management issued “impossible” demands, including a minimum of 10,000 hits per article, and fired those who couldn’t deliver. Of 432 articles published by¬†IBT Japan¬†in a certain time interval, 302 were reportedly created by copying sentences from Japanese media and combining them, “collage-style”, to create stories that seemed new;¬†IBT Japan¬†apologized for the behavior and blamed it on a contract employee.[4]¬†Similarly, employees told¬†The Guardian¬†in 2014 that at times they seemed to operate more as “content farms” demanding high-volume output than a source of quality journalism. At least two journalists were allegedly threatened with firing unless traffic to their articles increased sharply.[16]


PMC brands include PMC Studios, WWD, Footwear News, M, Deadline Hollywood, Variety, CricketCountry.com, Hollywood Life, Beauty Inc, Gold Derby, India.com, Movieline, TVLine, BGR, AwardsLine, @Hollywood, LA411, NY411, Young Hollywood Awards, The Style Awards, and Breakthrough of the Year Awards. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and New York, NY with 11 offices around the world.

In June 2015, Penske Media Corporation formed a partnership with¬†Shutterstock¬†Inc. to create and license entertainment and fashion images to the world’s top media, publishing, and creative companies. Commencing in 2016, Shutterstock will have an exclusive right and license to PMC’s archive


US Weekly

Men’s Journal

In Touch Weekly,¬†Life & Style (magazine)¬†and¬†Closer (magazine)¬†to add to their celebrity portfolio. They also acquired Bauer Media’s kids group including¬†J-14 (magazine)¬†and Girl’s World.[27]


In 2009, its paid and verified circulation was 408,622, with 95.8% of that coming from subscriptions. Its websites‚ÄĒNYmag.com, Vulture.com, the Cut, and Grub Street‚ÄĒreceive visits from more than 14 million users per month.[5]




3 thoughts on “A list of Meghan Markle media outlets for PR”

  1. she is primarily using the women’s magazines for her fake stories¬†Cosmo and Glamour are used occasionalyHello and Brides seem to be used when JM does the releaseShe uses Harper’s Bazaar heavily as well as Town and Country and Elle as well as Good Housekeeping.People is of course her mainstay.E! does not seem to be her friend anymore although they do spread her stories.Radar ONline looks like she goes there to print the stories that criticize the RFBustle and The Cut so she can reach her target demo older teens and young twenty somethings. ¬† Basically the University aged demo.¬† She has had no luck capturing the more lucrative 25-35 yr old demo who are not buying her feminist persona.She uses The Express in the UK mostly I suspect because they get few comments. ¬†DM is a conundrum – they clearly want her gone but seem to print some of her pr releases mostly IMO to get people annoyed at her. ¬†You can tell it is a pr story when it gets “pushed” – shows up all over the place.Her pr is now targeting New Zeland and AUS media trying to soften them up for her visit.¬†

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