Creative Loafing comes home, and more from around the publishing business.
Articles by Greg Dool
How the two-year-old trade magazine assumed a leadership role in one of America's fastest growing industries.
Total ad revenue is up for the first time since the company was spun off from Time Warner in 2014.
A Q&A with Tricia Syed, the B2B media and information firm's VP of user marketing and marketing analytics.
Hugh Hefner's son Cooper says, "Not so fast," promises to return Playboy to its sexually liberating roots.
As part of an increased focus on mobile and video, the enthusiast publisher will redirect staff and resources toward sister title Ski magazine.
The industry's top brass said all the right things on their annual panel, but will actions speak louder than words?
A Q&A with Matthew Yorke, the former IDG veteran who joined SourceMedia last month.
Join us March 28 at the National Press Club in D.C. for a can't miss one-day summit featuring AARP's Bob Love.
The cuts, about half of which affect the New York office, represent 1 percent of the company's overall workforce.