Publishers aren’t the only ones looking for new ways to keep dollars coming in. Media banker DeSilva + Phillips announced yesterday a new "operational restructuring practice,"
Articles by Matt Kinsman
“Link journalism,” a term coined by Scott Karp, formerly director of digital strategy at Atlantic Media and founder of journalist social network Publish2, refers to sharing and picking up links from other media outlets and
Publishers are scrambling to offer the fully “integrated package” including print, online, events, lead generation and data to name just a few. But how to effectively position those offerings in a way and at a time that makes sense for the customer?
You’d think if any group was immune to layoffs, it would be digital. In FOLIO:’s Magazine Industry Job Report, which came out in March, 53 percent of respondents to a survey on hiring said that their company is most focused on filling online positions (compared to just 24 percent for print).
A new research report, “Web 2.0: How Associations Are Tapping Social Media” from the Angerosa Research Foundation, the nonprofit research arm of Stratton Publishing and Marketing, says association publishers are following the trend toward social media.
You’d think if any group was immune to layoffs, it would be digital. In FOLIO:’s Magazine Industry Job Report, which came out in March,
A new study of more than 100 publishers in categories ranging from entertainment to technology found that original content from those publishers on other sites had an audience 1.5 times larger than the original destination site viewership.
CHICAGO—Association publishers are facing six key elements that are changing their roles as publishers, according to Rebecca Rolfes, executive vice president of new business development at Imagination Publishing, who spoke here today at the Society of National Association Publications conference.
In FOLIO:’s Magazine Industry Job Report [March 2008], 53 percent of respondents to a survey on hiring said that their company is most focused on filling online positions (compared to 24 percent for print).
Few topics are as touchy as outsourcing. But as budgets shrink, it’s becoming more of a reality for publishing disciplines across the board, from design and production to edit and circulation.