When you deal with a lot of people in a lot of places and have a lot of conversations, along with the brilliant stuff comes very dumb stuff as well.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Former Schofield Media employees are still wondering if there is a chance that select brands may be revived after the company shut down last week as a result of lender Wells Fargo pulling financing.
The list of aggressive private equity investments in publishers that flamed out during the recession is a long one and that list also nearly included Forbes Media, according to an article in the
Thought the postal battle had achieved temporary détente?
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. reported revenue of $54.9 million for the second quarter of 2011 compared to $55.3 million during the same period last year.
TIME is ranked number one in the latest Digital IQ Index from "digital innovation think tank" L2 that measures the digital aptitude and ad revenue-per-page of 87 magazine brands.The rankings were developed by NYU Stern professor Scott Galloway.
Bloomberg Businessweek has been rapidly expanding an "alternative distribution" plan to print subscribers. Since last December the magazine has been partnering with newspaper publishers and other delivery services to have the magazine hand-delivered with the Friday morning paper.
After posting its first profit in decades in 2010, The Atlantic says it continues to see gains in 2011, with digital advertising up 42 percent and print advertising revenue up 9 percent in the second quarter, compared to the same period last year. Digital advertising is also up 23 percent for the year to date.
Meredith Corp.--publisher of titles such as Better Homes & Gardens and Ladies Home Journal--has introduced The Meredith Engagement Dividend, a product that offers advertisers guaranteed sales for their investment in Meredith magazines.Participation requires a 12-month advertising commitment in Meredith magazines (commitment is based on category, with minimum levels of frequenc
Summer 2011 list pricing, according to list marketing firm Worldata, was flat to down when compared to summer 2010 pricing. Eight categories saw declines, ranging from about 2 percent to 21 percent.