Monday, January 7, 2012
The Future and Promise of Print Media
Newspapers and magazines are not dying, as is so widely believed. Far from it. They are working mightily to reinvent themselves for the digital age and could well pull it off.
Seven Publishing Trends That Will Define 2013
2012 was a stupendous year for news and magazine publishing, but the months ahead promise to be among the most exciting in digital publishing for years.
Newsweek's First Digital-Only Edition
Don'texpect Newsweek's digital covers to be any less provocative. The magazine will continue to use big name covers to stay in the conversation.
Forbes Comes to Newsstand on iPad
Now that Forbes is available in Apple's Newsstand, readers can purchase magazines and subscriptions using their iTunes accounts. Forbes was previously available via Zinio.
IPC, Dennis and Other Media Leaders' 2013 Outlook
Magazine Covers' Relevance in the Digital Age
Vogue Italia January Issue Celebrates Global Fashion
Magazines on Left and Right Unite to Share Office Space
On the Newsstand: Mags Focus on Tech
Famous People (Including Magazine Folk) You Never Knew Started in Advertising
Glamour Adds Exec Beauty Director
Transgender Model Andrej Pejic Lands His First Cover of ELLE
The "Rich" Family Franchise
McChrystal Shocked by Flap Over Magazine Article
The Going Away Cover: A Great Tradition in Magazine Publishing
BoSacks on Career Longevity in the Magazine Industry
Old Media’s Stalwarts Persevered in 2012
Look Ahead 2013: What to Expect in the Ad and Marketing World by Category
Mobile Commerce Primed to Dominate in 2013
Opinion: Can Social Media Sell Soap?
CMOs Flock to Consumer Electronics Show to "Get a Feel for the Pace of Change"
Consumer Reports Says iPhone 5 Is the Worst of the Top Smartphones
Ad Blocking Raises Alarm Among Firms Like Google
Don’t Say Display Ads Are Dead: ESPN Shows There’s Life in an Old Format
BuzzFeed, Andrew Sullivan, and the Future of Making Money in Journalism
Storytelling Tool That Lets Journalists Create Interactive Experiences Set for 2013 Launch
Two New News Apps, Designed for Mobile Phones
Reform Delayed, USPS Must Seek More Cost Savings
Postmaster Raps Congress for Failure to Pass Bill
February 07, 2013
In an ever-evolving media landscape, media companies are expected to distribute content from their brands across a variety of channels, platforms, websites, apps, print and more. During this webinar learn how to succeed in today’s disruptive environment, prioritize digital efforts and gain new customers in doing so.
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