Whether you’re a trade or consumer publisher, events have quickly become a major source of revenue and a valuable brand extension.
Articles by FOLIO: Magazine Staff
At its annual breakfast awards ceremony held at the Grand Hyatt in New York today, FOLIO: and min honored the winners of the this year’s FAME Awards—recognizing the best in magazine events.
FOLIO: and min are partnering in the launch of a new event called MediaMashup. To be held in New York City on April 16,
Mobile has been an enormous lure for publishers over the last year, but especially so as we move into 2013. Accordingly, you’re seeing a number of new launches designed specifically for that platform, even as publishers simultaneously recast existing brands for tablets and smartphones.
The year 2012 opened in dramatic fashion with magazine media-related deals. From Hanley Wood’s recapitalization to the final sell-off the remaining segments of what once was the massive Ziff Davis, 2012 saw its fair share of deals that involved traditional media brands as well as the currently-hot marketing services and digital properties.
Every month, FOLIO: selects a small group of designers and art directors to offer critiques on visually-engaging magazine covers. The cover, after all, is the first point of entry for any magazine, retail or otherwise.
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2012 was a year of change for Future. The main focus was pivoting the company from one that had a reputation as a “print company” to a hybrid media company. Results support this change as U.S.
At Cygnus, we see ourselves more as a technology company providing solutions in media rather than a media company seeking technology solutions. As we finish up 2012 and look toward 2013, I could not be more proud of what Cygnus has been able to accomplish.