Zinio is positioning itself to be more than just a digital newsstand service—the company is rolling out a new suite of publishing tools that are designed to easily include interactivity for almost any digital magazine.
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After months of planning, PARADE Magazine is rolling out a mobile app to cultivate advertisers and enhance the content offerings to its existing reader base.
Reed Elsevier’s U.S. b-to-b content division Reed Business Information [RBI] had a strong 2011. Revenue was down slightly at $1.08 billion,
While the industry sits back and reconsiders its newsstand strategy in the face of Tuesday’s bleak Fas-Fax report, Rodale’s fitness title,
NEW YORK—The United States Postal Service is teetering at the edge of collapse, and magazine publishers—almost completely dependent on the postal service—are desperately looking for answers.
On the heels of its 10th anniversary, the Online Publisher’s Association [OPA] announced that the group has selected new executive officers for the 2012 calendar year.
American Media Inc. [AMI] is hoping to revitalize the age-old grocery store tabloid, the National Enquirer, with a tablet app aimed at younger audiences.
CFO Publishing is making strategic moves to expand its portfolio—the company announced this week that is has acquired the Innovation Enterprise Group [IEG],
In an attempt to protect copyrighted material, the U.S. Congress has been mulling a proposal to curb access to websites, search engine results and domain names,
Food Network Magazine seems to be cooking up excitement with readers—Hearst Magazines announced Wednesday that the publication will increase its ratebase by 50,000 up to 1.45 million beginning this summer.