Enthusiast publisher Interweave says it will re-launch Workshop as a newsstand-only, bi-annual special issue called Painting Workshop with the Masters, dedicated to the experience of the publisher's American Artist Weekend event.
Articles by Matt Kinsman
In 2009, 60 percent of publishers used in-house resources-only when it came to pre-press. In 2010, that number has dropped to 51 percent, according to FOLIO:'s 2010 Manufacturing and Production Trends Survey.
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On the heels of a FOLIO: article that MB Media—a company formed by former Reed Business Information group publishers Tony Mancini and Rick Blesi after their acquisition of 13 former Reed Construction Media brands—was “very aggressively loo
Publishers on both the consumer and b-to-b sides are determining new roles for their print magazines: lead product, marketing piece, paid premium, etc. Financial publisher SourceMedia has transitioned one of its controlled circulation magazines into a new paid online service.
M. Shanken Communications, publisher of Cigar Aficionado and Wine Spectator, has acquired Malt Advocate Inc., publisher of 19-year-old Malt Advocate Magazine and producer of the WhiskeyFest event series, which are held in New York, Chicago and San Francisco.
Condé Nast announced today that it is re-launching the Gourmet brand as "Gourmet Live," a new digital product developed in HTML5 that will be available across multiple devices and platforms.
Outsourcing back office operations is becoming standard operating procedure for publishers but a new company offers the chance to keep the business in the U.S.—and possibly find jobs for those employees being phased out.
NEW YORK—Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad are dominating much of the content-centric behavior of consumers but casting a wide net across all emerging devices in the e-reader, smartphone and tablet categories is the best approach for publishers, Gilbane Group vice
The shutdown of Anderson News in February 2009 plunged the newsstand efforts of many consumer publishers into chaos, but few were as affected as Future US. In 2008, Future US was among the top 20 newsstand publishers based on retail sales, according to a report by FOLIO: sister magazine Audience Development.