A concentrated effort to save the United States Postal Service [USPS] from complete financial collapse advanced in the U.S. Senate Wednesday—the bill,
Articles by TJ Raphael
Expanding the b-to-b audience is something all publishers in this demographic are trying to do—growing circulation beyond traditional bases is essential in 2012 and something Nick Cavnar,
Weekly magazine Back Stage is re-launching its print publication and website to better capture best practices for individuals actively seeking news,
Nature Publishing Group is trying to break into the future of scientific publishing with its new linked data platform—launched earlier this month; the new platform is designed to enrich search functions.
Hearst’s House Beautiful is taking to the small screen this year—the publication is launching a partnership with HSN, formerly known as the Home Shopping Network,
The Economist announced Wednesday that its Facebook page has surpassed the 1 million fan milestone. Nick Blunden, global publisher of digital editions for The Economist,
Business-to-business media revenue hit $26.49 billion last year, with revenue from trade shows, events and conferences rising to 40 percent of that total, according to American Business Media.
Imagine bundling your publication's content with that of your competitor's. That was one interesting theory explored at the MPA Digital: Swipe conference on tablets, e-readers and smartphones. Panelists speaking on the digital newsstand debated several best practices that publishers should be following.
BPA Worldwide has been granted approval from its membership to expand its service offerings to third-party entities—the group will launch the iCompli division,
In late April, PEOPLE’s 23rd annual “World’s Most Beautiful” special double issue will debut on newsstands.