Tuesday, December 29, 2015
ASME Best Cover Contest Gallery
The ASME Best Cover Contest gallery is now posted on texture.com. Readers’ Choice voting begins January 5. Tell your readers to vote.
Why Snapchat Is "The One to Watch in 2016"
Snapchat has opened up more targeting options, letting advertisers target ads at specific age groups and by device, location, and context. In addition, Snapchat has rolled out numerous new ad formats, including "sponsored lenses" that let users overlay graphics and animations over their selfies and its native-video ad product called 3V, which stands for "vertical, video, views."
More on Digital Contributes Around One Third Of Hearst's U.S. Profits
David Carey added that profits at many of the publisher's print operations were also up year over year, with some posting record earnings, while others were able to stage a comeback from a weak 2014.
Rolling Stone Asks Court to Dismiss UVa Grads' Suit Over Retracted Rape Story
In a motion filed in U.S. District Court in New York on Wednesday, Rolling Stone’s attorneys claimed that the lawsuit, filed in July, should be thrown out because the article -- titled “A Rape on Campus” and published November 2014 -- never referred to the three men by name or described them physically.
Rundown of 2015's Top Moves
This past year has seen many important, headline-capturing career moves. From Hearst Magazines Digital Media finding a president to a new publishing director at Bonnier Corp. in New York, here are some of the top moves that happened in 2015 according to minOnline...
Meet the Man Who Owns Around 80,000 Magazines
In 2012, the Guinness Book of Records named his Hyman Archive the largest collection of magazines in the world.
The Ten Key Media/Publishing Moments of 2015
Ashley Norris writes "Arguably, the most seismic changes, from the unstoppable growth of mobile to the emergence of native advertising, date from a few years ago. Which means that in 2o15 publishers have largely been coming to terms with what these trends mean for their businesses."
New York Magazine Corrects Misinformation About MIT Joint Program Climate Projection
Q&A: The Huffington Post's Founding Editor Gets Ready to Move On
In the Age of Amazon, Used Bookstores Are Making an Unlikely Comeback
More on Mr. Babe, the Fashion Magazine for Chubby Men, Launching in Japan
Bidoun, an Influential Magazine of the Middle East, Extends Its Reach