August 23, 2011
The number of magazines folding or going digital-only just within the last 72 hours has us flashing back to 2009.
Linux Journal–which launched in 1994 serving the Linux computing market–is yet another publication whose August 2011 issue will be its last in print.
August 18, 2011
The speed of the newsstand sales slide is intensifying. And that’s very scary. In the first half of 2011 the unit sales of audited consumer magazines fell 10.7 percent to 329.7 million and retail revenue declined 10.6 percent to $1.272.0 million.
August 16, 2011
It’s time for the young guns to shine.
As the magazine industry evolves, many of the people leading the charge are part of a crop of young,
August 8, 2011
Since the news initially broke that British newspaper News of the World staff had continuously hacked into phone systems to scoop stories,
August 2, 2011
When you deal with a lot of people in a lot of places and have a lot of conversations, along with the brilliant stuff comes very dumb stuff as well.
July 28, 2011
The Borders bankruptcy has been a long time coming. It was well over a year ago when a Borders executive walked away from a conversation in which I asked,
July 19, 2011
"Content is king" once again, at least when it comes to marketing services (original content for many dedicated publishing brands is largely giving way to more cost-effective options such as aggregation and curation).
July 14, 2011
At the Yale Publishing Conference, taking place from July 10 to July 15 in New Haven, CT, big names in magazine publishing are in attendance,
July 12, 2011
In recent years, online publishers have transformed the Internet into a richer, more diversified platform offering entertainment, information, communication and other remarkable content that would have been unimaginable only two decades ago.
July 5, 2011
This post is republished with permission and originally appears here.
…is a scraper! Or at least scrapers that aren’t monetized properly.