It seems to me as if media companies are falling all over one another in a race to price themselves out of business.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Summit Business Media has sold its Art Group in two transactions. While he wouldn't reveal the price, Summit president and CEO Andy Goodenough said the group generated less than $10 million in revenue.
We all know that the top strategic priority this year isn’t really “online,” or “lead gen” or “events,” it’s flat-out survival. Planning for the future now means the next fiscal quarter, not the next five years.
Virtual proofing. Ad portals. Automated workflows.
Printing, production and distribution company Fry Communications has introduced Fry LIVEPAGES, an online publishing platform that merges online interactivity and rich media capabilities.
Financial news site 24/7 Wall Street has released a new report grading the top 20 consumer magazine Web sites. The sites are rated "A"
As adoption of digital editions grows, so too do the attempts to monetize those editions.
F+W Media has tapped Impelsys’ iPublishCentral, a self-service e-content platform, to enhance its digital strategy, including the creation of widgets for 3,000 book and magazine titles this year.
The Traditional Publisher:
The Rise (and Potential Fall) of the AggregatorsNews may be a commodity online but it still draws the eyeballs, which in turn drive the ad dollars. Aggregators are often the bane of established publishers. Launched for little cost, they simply pull together stories from around the Web (sometimes with a pithy comment or blog with it).