Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Apps, Books & Coffee: The Media Pricing Debate
There is no such thing as a good price or a bad price. There is only a relative price: What does this sum represent, relative to the other choices people will have at this level?
B&N Reports Huge Gain in Digital Content Sales
Barnes & Noble released its earnings for 2013's first fiscal quarter, and there may be good news in it for magazine media companies.
Time for Publishers to Get into E-Commerce
E-commerce represents a natural extension of an editorial product and gives publishers another way to engage with--and monetize--their communities.
Vogue’s September Issue, Reviewed
Latina Media Ventures to Sell Cookware on QVC
Nintendo Power Magazine to Cease Publication
XXL to Trim Publication Schedule
How The Daily Meal Got 5 Million Uniques in 19 Months
15 Bizarre Covers of Obscure Pet Magazines
Meredith Xcelerated Marketing Adds Two Execs
Golfweek Names Publisher
Veteran New Yorker Copy Editor Sells Book for a Rumored Six Figures
Publishers Tap Content Marketing for Audience Growth
Are Unlimited Data Plans Dead? T-Mobile USA Says No
Q2 Ad Spend Slows, but Better Year-Over-Year
Lessons from HuffPost Live's Bold Web Launch
YouTube Rolls Out Mobile-Video Ads You Can Skip
Websites Accused of Collecting Data on Children
Newspaper: Don’t Even Think of Slamming Us on Our Facebook Page!
ASME Intern Blog: Harvard student, English major and O, The Oprah Magazine intern from Arlington, VA. The chick-lit life of Madeleine Frank.
Latest MPA Washington E-Newsletter: A Packed Legislative Agenda Predicted Following Election; Republican VP Candidate’s Remarks to MPA Board; and more.
From MPA Chairman Michael Clinton (Hearst Magazines): Our industry is changing at a rate faster than ever, and many of the forces disrupting our business emanate from the Silicon Valley area. That’s just one of the many reasons you need to attend AMC 2012 in the heart of San Francisco.