While the iPhone has rapidly become the dominant platform for mobile apps targeting the consumer market, mobile applications developer Handmark is working with publishers such as Forbes, Wall Street Journal and others to develop apps for simultaneous distribution on the iPhone as well as more business-focus
Articles by Caysey Welton
Migrating content to a new CMS is a tremendous pain in the rear, there’s no way around it. If a vendor or consultant tries to downplay the difficulty or time required in the process, take your business elsewhere. They aren’t being honest with you.
Shortly after Rupert Murdoch once again blasted news aggregators at the Federal Trade Commission's "How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age" conference on Tuesday, Google announced it will let publishers limit the number of free news articles accessed without registration for up to five d
CMS provider Nstein Technologies has launched Semantic Site Search (dubbed 3S for short), a new front-end, multi-index search engine that uses text-mining technology to generate search results that are organized categorically.
For the past few years, b-to-b publishers have been using digital editions to supplement their print products for various reasons: to cater to their readers’ preferences, to cut printing and shipping costs, and to reach more international audiences. There’s a lot to consider, however, such as balancing the ratio between print and digital subscribers and navigating the audit process.
As the sale of BusinessWeek draws nearer and its integration into Bloomberg begins, the company Wednesday kicked off a round of layoffs that could result in as many as a third of the magazine’s staffers losing their jobs.
While 2009 may be remembered more for the number (and quality) of magazines that closed, it was also an active year for launches, with 752 new titles debuting between September 2008 and September 2009, according to Samir “Mr.
Hachette Filipacchi announced Monday that Metropolitan Home will shut down after its December issue, adding to the already-substantial list of ceased shelter pubs this year.
Printers have offered digital services for several years, from Web site development to digital editions to digital asset management. Now they’re moving into content management services as well.
If there is one area suffering almost as much as print, it’s events. While trade show revenue dropped 3.5 percent in 2008, it fell a whopping 20.1 percent through the first quarter of 2009, according to American Business Media.