Ten years ago, thoughtful, long-form content published only to the Web wasn’t taken seriously. “If it’s important, it’s in print,” was the prevailing notion. Content was tangible and the presentation of it was expected to be pristine. On the Web, that was never entirely possible.
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For digital publishing, our platforms are Zinio for replica flipbooks, GTXcel’s Rivista CMS for websites, and StreamSend for e-newsletters, plus the usual suspects Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest social media channels with various vendors lending tools to manage.
Dawn Sheggeby has been promoted to executive director, group strategy & development for Hearst Men’s Group. She was previously director of integrated marketing at Esquire.
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Many of the industry’s most influential leaders joined together on Tuesday at FOLIO: & min’s premier new event, the MediaMashup summit,
Close to 200 executives from traditional and emerging media companies gathered Tuesday at the Grand Hyatt in New York to explain how they're dealing with the collision of two worlds. There's a growing confluence of print and pureplays, old guards and startups, content and ecommerce, that called for a discussion—MediaMashup was the forum.
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Firehouse World—an event that offers training, equipment and education for the fire service—was acquired by Cygnus Business Media about 11 years ago and following a tough market in 2007, which saw the down economy hit the public safety market particularly hard, the company has been reinv
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