Seventeen has finally found someone to replace Atoosa Rubenstein, the former editor in chief of the Hearst teen mag who quit in November to launch her own teen-centered Web business,
Articles by Tony Silber
Do publishing brands these days seem a little confusing? Maybe it’s because of all the consolidation in the marketplace and the need to start fresh.
A new magazine has hit the women’s lifestyle market but this one is exclusively digital. VivMag is a digital magazine led by former editor in chief of Shape,
Another week has passed and another magazine has closed, more people in publishing lost their jobs, and Time magazine was criticized for an idea it was all too proud of.
So yesterday, Perry Judd’s was sold. That makes one more in a wave of printer mergers for 2006. It follows the merger of United Litho and Dartmouth Printing into Sheridan Magazine Services (they had been owned by Sheridan already—this merger marks the creation of a unified marketing brand.
The Custom Publishing Council earlier this week announced that custom publishing spending increased by more than 18 percent in 2006. This year was the fifth consecutive year that this area of publishing experienced growth.
Who has a clearly defined Web strategy? Who has a dartboard approach, where you’re taking a stab at any promising new revenue stream in hopes that it will pay off?
Chris Anderson, Wired editor, Long Tail author and Folio: cover subject, blogged about his ideas on ‘radical transparency’ in magazine publishing: “If the key word is ‘participation’,
This month, FOLIO: launched a new print newsletter called Magazine Event Strategies. Currently, about half (53 %) of FOLIO: subscribers work for organizations that produced at least one event in the last 12 months.
At the recent American Business Media Top Management meeting, Government Computer News editorial director Wyatt Kash gave his “wish list” on what new positions he’d like to see to help accelerate revenue growth online.