The editor of a regional magazine based in Florida has been fired after being accused of plagiarizing from magazines and newspapers including the Wall Street Journal, O: The Oprah magazine and Entertainment Weekly.
Articles by Dylan Stableford
The 2009 Adweek “Hot List”—recognizing 10 “consumer magazines with a recent track record of standout advertising revenue and page performance”— is out.
American Business Media announced the winners of 55th annual Neal Awards today in New York.Newport Communications’ Heavy Duty Trucking won the Grand Neal.
The three-day FOLIO: Summit wrapped up in Chicago yesterday. Here are some leftover quotes in our notebooks from keynotes, sessions and chatter in the exhibit hall.
CHICAGO—Magazine publishers need to think entrepreneurially, act like creative ad agencies, rethink traditional church-and-state rules on the Web and embrace digital media fearlessly.
It’s not exactly at the Twitterati buzz-level of South by Southwest, but FOLIO: editors and attendees are updating their Twitter feeds live from the FOLIO: Growth Summit in Chicago this week.
CHICAGO—“Content is not free.”That was Source Media CEO Jim Malkin’s message during the opening keynote here at the FOLIO: Growth Summit Tuesday.
The Reader’s Digest Association has entered an agreement to outsource its entire IT operation to an India-based company.The seven-year, $350 million deal with HCL Technologies, expected to be announced today, is said to be one of the largest in the Indian IT industry.
It’s true. FOLIO: now has its own Twitter account. Click here to follow FOLIO: on Twitter. We’ll be posting, er, “tweeting” breaking news,
The market for tennis magazines is pretty small. Now it’s even smaller. Tennis Week announced yesterday that it is going on print hiatus,