While b-to-b publishing executives saw print account for 52.4 percent of total revenue in 2009, they anticipate print dropping to 47.5 percent of overall revenue in 2010,
Articles by Caysey Welton
At a time when many publishers have seen live events dwindle (American Business Media just released a report that said events were the second hardest hit category after print in 2009, down 15.8 percent to $11.1 billion), many would eagerly take a show such as PennWell’s 88-year-old Fire Department Instructor’s Confer
Media-related M&A isn’t dead, although it sure seemed that way for a while. The number of deals announced during the first quarter (234) was up 70 percent compared to the same period in 2009,
Score another one for Magazine Publishers of America, which announced today that American Media Inc. has rejoined the association.
At a time when print is becoming a secondary product for many publishers (in mindset if not revenue), Miller-McCune is succeeding with long-form journalism.
Online paywalls are still being scrutinized as a possible revenue stream to supplement declining revenues in print and online display advertising. Yet, there are still relatively few publishers that have found success in the strategy.
In February, the Inc. magazine editorial staff produced its April issue working from home and remote locations like coffee shops and hotels (the non-edit side remained in the office).
FOLIO: and sister Red 7 Media publication EXPO are teaming up to produce Virtual Events, Mobile Applications and Social Media: The Critical Success Drivers for 2010 and Beyond, a live one-day seminar on April 14 bringing together leading solutions providers offering products and services to help media companies and event organizers boost attend
The board of governors of the United States Postal Service on Wednesday approved management’s request to move forward with a five-day delivery schedule, which would effectively eliminate delivery and collections on Saturdays.
In December 2008, Haymarket’s SC Magazine launched its SC World Congress conference and tradeshow (dedicated to IT security), just at the time when physical events began feeling the effects of the economic downturn. While the event attracted 900 people over two days, it still fell below its goal.