The Atlantic announces its expanded digital presence with TheAtlanticCities.com, headed by newly appointed senior editor Richard Florida, to be launched in September.
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Meredith Corp. has purchased multichannel brand EatingWell Media Group. As part of the acquisition, Meredith takes over 350,000 bi-monthly EatingWell Magazine (with plans to bump circulation to 500,000 next year);
E-commerce is becoming a bigger opportunity for publishers. "If you talk to the people at Net-A-Porter or the people at Gilt,
Film Threat has been a source of underground, independent film news since it started as a first-of-its-kind "zine" in 1985 out of Detroit.
The Economist Group today reported overall revenue jumped 9 percent to 347 million pounds (or about $562.9 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31st,
Dr. Samir Husni, aka "Mr. Magazine" has named two magazines distributed through newspapers as co-recipients of his "Most Notable Launch of 2010"
Magazines' July advertising pages seem to be taking a droopy tumble (cumulatively -1.07% in 2011), after six months of percentage gains, according to minonline. However, the good news is that our top 5 in July exceeds their publishers' expectations. Three of which are repeats from June (Time Inc.'s PeopleStyleWatch, Affinity's Trailer Life and Competitor Group's Competitor).
Cygnus Business Media has merged its Aviation group into its Diversified Portfolio group and eliminated the positions held by executive vice president Patrick Nadler and vice president of marketing Charla Sheffield.
Meredith Corp. is folding DIY magazine ReadyMade and eliminating approximately 75 positions worldwide. The company also said it will incur a $10 million special charge (with about $6 million after-tax) in its fiscal fourth quarter,
The Knot says it received stockholder approval to change its name to XO Group Inc. The company's common stock has also been authorized for listing and is scheduled to begin trading on the NYSE on June 28 under its new trading symbol XOXO.