If you're salaried, you've got it made
This position was fun in that I got to read new information every day, load up on great recipes and inspiring content, and in that respect I was satisfied. But since my task was to choose which articles to include in the emails rather than writing them, I got bored fairly quickly. Increasing my workload only helped so much. Writing subject lines is the most important and also the toughest; people will tell you how to write good subject lines and then completely subvert those rules themselves. Eventually, you build up an instinct for what works and what doesn't.
Most people start at Meredith as contractors. It's not bad since they pay rather well, but if you want insurance you're in trouble. The agency through which you're hired offers insurance plans, but they cost enough that you'd be better off paying out of pocket.
The salaried employees have a pretty sweet deal from the sound of it, however, and many people move up to salaried positions from contractors. Meredith has lots of community outreach, activities both during and outside of work, and people who like to have fun.
As for management, I had a really positive experience. They're kind, sensible people who care about your wellbeing and are willing to talk with you about your questions. The only issue I ran into was that I would sometimes receive mixed messages: I'd sometimes get conflicting instructions from different levels of management or have the parameters of my assignment described to me one way and then enforced another.