The Atlantic honored Monday night by the American Society of Magazine Editors at the 50th annual National Magazine Awards
Event to feature interviews with six honorees and discussions with Des Moines mayor T.M. Franklin Cownie, CAP president Neera Tanden, and Robert Doar of American Enterprise Institute
Expanded “Politics & Policy” section and new “2016 Distilled” debut at TheAtlantic.com
Deadline to enter: Friday, February 5, 2016
Dual cover stories include David Frum on “The Great Republican Earthquake” and Peter Beinart on “America’s Lurch to the Left”
Candidates invited to discuss their vision for tackling America’s pressing economic, domestic and foreign policy issues.
Speakers to include: Senator Tammy Baldwin; former Congressman Barney Frank; Proposition 8 title plaintiffs Kris Perry & Sandy Stier with attorney Ted Olson; WNBA player Layshia Clarendon
TheAtlantic.com reaches 31.5 million uniques in November, growing audience more than 50 percent year over year.
Plus: China builds the next Hollywood; Trump, Carson, and the myth of early polling; why you bought that ugly sweater
New version of CityLab.com will bring Spanish speakers coverage of issues and ideas emerging from cities around the globe.
The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates to headline, plus New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu, Anna Deavere Smith, director of DOJ's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Ronald Davis, Michele Norris of NPR and the Race Card Project
Event exploring changing face of global food production to feature Senator Debbie Stabenow; World Food Program USA chair Hunter Biden; Honest Tea TeaEO Seth Goldman; Toki Underground owner Erik Bruner-Yang
Speakers include London Mayor Boris Johnson, Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis, three-term New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai, Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington, D.C.
TheAtlantic.com reports 25 million visitors as new features are introduced and the masthead expands.
Coates is the author of current Atlantic cover story “The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration”
Secs. Julián Castro, Arne Duncan, Penny Pritzker; Sens. Booker, Corker, Cotton, McCain; Deputy National Advisor Ben Rhodes; Former Secs. of State Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright; Former Governor Mitt Romney
Plus: “Why I Put My Wife’s Career First,” “Our Fragile Constitution,” “Are Bosses Necessary?” and more
Al Gore, Theo Padnos, Madeleine Albright, Lonnie Bunch, Jeff Weiner, Stanley Nelson, and others to participate in two-day summit
Mayors from London, Jerusalem, Atlanta, Rio de Janeiro, Nairobi, Bangkok, Athens, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Christchurch among participants