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).
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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.
The business of magazine publishing isn’t what it was five years ago. On the consumer side, publishers saw advertising pages slide 25.6 percent in 2009 and estimated revenue dropp 18.1 percent, according to Publishers Informaton Bureau.
American Business Media on Thursday handed out its annual Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards. Taking the top honor, ABM’s Grand Neal Award, was IEEE Media’s IEEE Spectrum for its article, “Why Mars? Why Now?”
While the idea of using independent reps to sell ad space in certain geographic areas isn’t new, more magazine publishers are beginning to explore the possibilities of outsourcing their entire sales operations to independent sales firms.
At BPA Worldwide’s December 2009 meeting, the Board of Directors passed some new rules that were set to go into effect this year for members reporting digital editions.
Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Key Professional Media has sold its group of Super Lawyers magazines to Thomson Reuters. Super Lawyers—a listing of attorneys from more than 70 practice areas—is published as a supplement in newspapers and city magazines in all 50 states.
NEW YORK—Investors want to see paid content models while publishers express their doubts, and some dotcoms say the advertising model isn’t done yet—provided publishers can tap into marketing and promotion budgets.