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Hall’s Reports, a data reporting firm for editorial and advertising content in the magazine industry, is being rebooted under a new name and with new ownership after closing down in October.
This year marked a time when media companies began seeing themselves akin to technology companies. Media and tech have always been in lockstep,
Sponsored ContentAs advertising continues to be challenged, publishers are turning to their subscribers and customers for new revenue opportunities. In doing so, lifetime value models change and acquisition costs become more acute. Even so, many publishers are only now discovering that there are many nuances to increasing per-customer revenue.
Publishers are back to exploring new areas for growth as they face non-stop challenges emerging from a pressured print market and increasingly inventive digital competitors.
Nearly 300 media professionals joined Folio: on Thursday, December 11, 2014 at the Yale Club in NYC to celebrate gorgeous design and uncompromising journalism.
John Micklethwait was named editor-in-chief of Bloomberg, taking over for Matthew Winkler, who will serve as editor-in-chief emeritus. Micklethwait had served as editor-in-chief of The Economist since 2006.
Jill Waage was promoted to the newly created position of executive editor for Better Homes and Gardens brand. Concurrently, Oma Blaise Ford was named executive editor of BH&G the magazine.
Nick Neubeck was named creative director of editorial for Hearst Magazines Digital where he’ll oversee the photo and visual design team. Neubeck had been senior art director for the Gilt Groupe since 2011. The Verge has hired Nitasha Tiku as a west coast senior writer. Tiku had been named editor-in-chief of Gawker’s Valleywag in October.