Software development company idoodle is entering into the consumer media space with the launch of Jamie Magazine, and is looking to have its first-and-only title be fully mobilized from the onset.
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With reports showing that more than 100 million Americans watch online video content on an average day, it’s no surprise that Meredith is expanding its offerings in this space.
To provide a more consistent look and feel to its readers, Time magazine has re-launched its website using responsive design technology,
City and regional publication Time Out New York is giving readers access to more information, and not just through its editorial content.
Earlier this week at the American Magazine Conference, industry watchers speculated that most magazines will begin going digital-only by the end of the decade—that prediction seems to be coming to fruition sooner than expected,
SAN FRANCISCO—Despite the pains Mary Berner, the MPA’s new CEO, took to defend magazines’ place in the content hierarchy, speakers on day two of the American Magazine Conference (AMC) offered a grim future for print.
SAN FRANCISCO—Mary Berner, the new CEO of MPA, set a feisty tone for the 2012 AMC right from the start.
Getting a name, email address or other contact information can be a very valuable lead for publishers. Yet, in the instant culture of 2012,
Vertis, Inc., a provider of targeted advertising, media, and marketing solutions, will be acquired by Quad/Graphics for $258.5 million. To facilitate the sale to Quad/Graphics,
With former Digitas CEO Laura Lang now at the helm of Time Inc., it’s no surprise that the company’s home enthusiast brand This Old House is building a stronger digital presence.