The good news: Publishers aren't cutting manufacturing and production budgets as much as they did last year.
Articles by Caysey Welton
After a nine-year run, Dan McCarthy [pictured] is stepping down from his position as CEO of Atlanta-based real estate publisher Network Communications Inc.
Quick response (QR) codes are finding their way into marketing campaigns on an increasing basis. They’re showing up in print ads,
SGC Horizon, owner of HousingZone, an online portal for home builders, remodelers and contractors, has teamed with Bizy LLC, operator of co-branded vertical industry deal sites, to launch HousingZone Deals, a site that will offer weekly discounts on building products such as doors, windows, faucets, lighting and home plans to HousingZone's audience of 100,
It’s time for the young guns to shine. As the magazine industry evolves, many of the people leading the charge are part of a crop of young,
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is proposing roving structural changes to its operations-the organization says it will be come fiscally insolvent next month and needs urgent reform.
Every Day With Rachael Ray has a new senior staff and redesign but "unexpected advertising declines" at the title contributed to a 6.2 percent drop in revenue to $409.4 million for RDA Holding Corp.
Amazon has launched its Kindle Cloud Reader, a Web-based app that lets users read e-books on desktops and tablets–including Apple’s iPad.
Meredith Corp. joins the growing ranks of publishers who have reached subscription agreements with Apple and will start offering annual subscriptions ranging from $9.99 to $14.99 and monthly subscriptions of $1.99/month for three titles: Better Homes and Gardens,
Forbes Media today announced that Randall Lane will take over Forbes magazine as editor, "responsible for the editorial content development and meticulous editing that continues to differentiate Forbes in print."