Is shuttered Gourmet clawing its way back out of the grave?After being shut down by Condé Nast last fall, the publisher announced in June that it was to launch Gourmet Live, a new digital product developed in HTML5 that will be available across multiple devices and platforms.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Social media? So 2009. This year the publishing catchphrase is "marketing services" (with of course, a strong social media component). Depending on your definition,
While a lot of publishers continue to experiment with 2-D barcode technologies in print to provide readers with some type of added online or video content, a pair of publishers are pushing the concept further.
In September, Yankee Magazine turns 75 and its September/October issue (hitting August 24) features some old favorites and new departments recognizing the milestone, including the "Ultimate Yankee quiz" (to determine if you really are a New Englander), a list of the top 25 towns for viewing fall foliage, s
The launch of Nomad Editions, a subscription-based mobile content publisher, is notable not just for the involvement of media investment banker and former Newsweek president Mark Edmiston and noted designer Roger Black, but also the business model it's pursuing, which emphasizes subscriptions over advertising revenue, as well as a potentially significant
Publisher efforts with mobile are growing more sophisticated, but monetizing mobile apps is still a work in progress. Now, services like Medialets offer rich media ad platforms that can help serve up advertising while teaching publishers how to sell it.
A Manhattan-based Federal Judge has thrown out an antitrust lawsuit against magazine publishers brought by shuttered wholesale magazine distributor Anderson News that alleged a conspiracy to drive Anderson out of business.
Digital edition provider Nxtbook Media and Joe Pulizzi—custom content “evangelist” and founder of content matching site Junta 24—have created a new company called Talefoundry that offers custom digital media solutions and services for small and mid-sized publishers who may not have the internal resources to fulfill those programs themselves.
There seems to be almost no end to the number of mobile ad networks popping up, such as Jumptap, Millenial Media and Quattro. Apple offers its own ad network in iAd, which serves ads to the iPhone and iPad (with publishers getting a 60 percent cut and Apple keeping 40 percent).
While digital editions are a common format for producing show guides and show dailies, apps are becoming another popular platform for integrating dailies along with much more functionality.