In the grand scheme of things, iPhone applications are a relatively new phenomenon but their popularity has skyrocketed of late. This month, Apple said it passed the one billion download mark for its apps.
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The numbers are in: Vogue editor Anna Wintour’s highly-anticipated 60 Minutes profile drew 10.2 million viewers for CBS on Sunday, according to Nielsen’s rating data released today.
In December, FOLIO: published a report on Newsweek, breaking the story that the venerable news magazine was considering an overhaul—rethinking everything from its circulation to its design to its news coverage to its voice—with the end result something akin to the Economist,
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The Atlantic is about to join the ranks of publishers that turn their magazines over to a single advertiser.
Paste, a music magazine that has launched a slew of campaigns over its seven years in print, is launching a new one—this time, to save itself.
Yesterday, R.R. Donnelly, the Chicago-based printer, sent a letter to Quebecor World indicating its interest in acquiring the mega-printer for approximately $1.3 billion.
DMG World Media, an international trade show producer and magazine publisher, announced Monday the sale of one of its events, and the intention to sell more.DMG, a division of U.K.-based Daily Mail and General Trust, sold the California Gift Show to Merchandise Mart Properties Inc. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Last May, Entrepreneur put Agape World, a Hauppauge, New York-based company, on its “Hot 100” list of fast-growth businesses. In January,
At the World Magazine Congress in London this week, Felix Dennis, the founding publisher of Maxim who sold the lad title along with Blender and Stuff—but not The Week—to Alpha Media for a reported $240 million two years ago,