The recent closing by Condé Nast of Gourmet and three sibling magazines, the shuttering of Country Home by Meredith, and the bankruptcy filing by the owners of Reader’s Digest, were soberin
Articles by Caysey Welton
There’s a disturbing trend that seems to be growing with publishing companies cutting staff. Not just the cutting (although that’s certainly disturbing enough) but attempts to portray cuts as something other than what they really are.
After officially emerging from bankruptcy protection and appointing former Penton Media chief executive John French as CEO, Cygnus Business Media today has announced its new board of directors.
Following the announcement earlier this week that it is realigning its U.S. business operations with the creation of the U.S.
Summit Publishing Company last week hosted a one-day event called “Beyond Advertising” for its advertising clients that introduced the publisher’s new network package and sales calculator.
Meredith Corp. announced it is teaming up with Interactivation, a video-on-demand provider in a strategic partnership that will deliver Meredith video content to more than 25 million homes. The partners will share advertising and sponsorship revenue.
ACP Gets Second ChanceAfter Reed folded 13 construction titles, the group’s original owner is making a play to bring them back. by Matt Kinsman
Critics of digital magazines often cite “flat presentation” and small fonts as drawbacks of the medium. It’s also a problem when publishers force in too much rich media that actually detracts from, rather than enhances, the reader experience.
Reed Business Information’s former regional construction magazines are set to live again in print.
Three years after leaving Source Media as part of a restructuring, Bruce Morris rejoins the financial publisher as part of a new restructuring in which he will oversee both the Investment Advisor and Technology groups as executive vice president and managing director (Morris previously served as president of the company's banking and corporate groups).