Lawrenceville, Georgia-based Network Communications Inc. has defaulted on an interest payment and is now actively attempting to renegotiate is balance sheet with its stakeholders.
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Several parties have submitted official declarations of interest to the Washington Post Company in regard to a potential acquisition of ailing Newsweek magazine.
Los Angeles-based Canon Communications has made a pair of changes to its management team. Vice chairman Michael Behringer will take on the additional role of COO, the company says. His focus will be on product development, business development, corporate development, operations, legal and corporate affairs.
Mega book retailer Barnes & Noble recently unveiled the BN eReader for Apple’s iPad, a free application it says allows users to customize their reading experience, take notes, browse newspapers and magazines, and share
After working for several months with Conde Nast to create the tablet edition of Wired magazine, Adobe has taken the digital viewer technology it developed and is making it available to all publishers that want to transfer their print products to a digital format across hardware platforms. The Apple iPad edition of Wired debuted last week [see a video demo below].
The demand for Apple’s iPad tablet continues. In less than 60 days since the device launched on April 3, the company says sales have topped 2 million worldwide.
Johnson Publishing has appointed Amy DuBois Barnett editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine, replacing acting editor-in-chief and creative director Harriette Cole. Previously, Barnett served as deputy editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar.
Interweave Media has reorganized into two units: the Fiber Division and the Art & Jewelry Division. As a result, the publisher’s Quilt + Paper group, Specialty Fiber group and Yarn group will merge to create the Fiber group, which will be led by vice president and publisher John Bolton.
Middle market media private equity firm Veronis Suhler Stevenson is losing its co-founder John J. Veronis, who has withdrawn from the partnership. Veronis's partnership interest has been redeemed by other owners of the firm.
Magazine publishers are jumping on the Apple iPad app bandwagon in droves and arguably for good reason. It’s a sleek, nifty device that not only has captured the attention and imagination (and dollars) of consumers but also is a vibrant new platform for distributing content.