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November 15, 2019
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MPA's Biennial Research Symposium Returns on December 4th!
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Will Apple's Planned Subscription Bundle Lift Its Digital Newsstand?
Rob Williams writes: "By bundling its paid services, Apple would sweeten the value proposition for customers and possibly drive greater readership for publishers whose magazines are in Apple News+."
Time 100 Franchise Expands, Lists "Rising Stars"
The 'Time' magazine double issue, dedicated to the "Time 100 Next," has six covers. It is out November 15.
The New Yorker Airs Borderlands Documentary
“Isn’t it fascinating that the simple act of drawing a line on a map can transform the way we see and experience the world?” notes architect Ronald Rael in the opening of the documentary “Borderlands,” which looks at communities between Texas and Mexico.
Zagat Offers 2020 Print Edition For 40th Anniversary
It’s been three years since Zagat’s famed burgundy-colored paperbacks were available. In 2018, The Infatuation, the restaurant platform, bought the Zagat brand from Google, which had previously purchased it from Tim and Nina Zagat, and made it online-only.
Playboy’s Marketing Now Pushes Pleasure for All
As the 65-year-old publication expands its audience, the iconic Playboy bunny logo will remain part of its marketing.
"So the Internet Didn't Turn Out the Way We Hoped"
Given the impact it has had on the venerable newspaper -- as well as its Sunday magazine -- it's not just a little ironic that this weekend's edition of The New York Times Magazine features that cover story, which takes on the unexpected consequences the internet has had.
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