Future plc, the U.K.-based enthusiast publisher with a U.S operation in San Francisco, released half-year results for its fiscal 2011 and digital has become the star performer.
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Liberty Media, a company with interests in a variety of media and communications companies, has made an offer to acquire Barnes & Noble at $17 per share in cash. The offer places the deal at just over $1 billion.The bookseller last summer said it was seeking a possible sale.
“An editor’s role will never be what it was just five years ago.”
Apple's attempts at limiting publisher requests for consumer data and the conversion of first-time downloads into regular users have been two of the larger stumbling blocks for magazine publishers building a business around apps. A new report from digital publishing vendor Yudu Media suggests improvement in both areas.
Barnes & Noble is giving publishers another option to distribute digital periodicals, announcing Friday that its 140 newsstand brands will be available to Android-powered tablet devices.
The Reader’s Digest Association (RDA) shared its first quarter results this morning, and fallen revenues show that the company is still nursing its wounds since
Jane Pratt, former editor-in-chief of Sassy and Jane magazines, has been named editor and creative director of style with SAY Media. In this new role, she will be acting as editor-in-chief for xoJane.com, a new women’s-interest site owned by SAY.
Primedia Inc. announced today that it has entered an agreement to be acquired by affiliates of private equity firm TPG Capital for approximately $525 million,
Regardless of an economic turnaround and the emergence of new e-media services, many b-to-b publishers are facing the fact that some ad dollars have disappeared and are not coming back.