April 4, 2015
A recap of this week's top stories:
GOOD Goes Back to Print
The company is rethinking its media approach as it tries to get back in touch with its audience.
1105 Media Sells Its Education Tech Events to LRP Publications
Will continue to produce associated print and digital content products.
Multi-State Lawsuit Filed Against Orbital Publishing Group
Group, along with a “labyrinth” of other companies, accused of subscription fraud.
Breaking Through the Social Noise
A Q&A with Chris Rackliffe, senior social media editor for Entertainment Weekly.
People on the Move
Meredith gets a chief strategist and more...
Time Out New York Transforms into a (Mostly) Free Weekly
Pennwell Merges Two of its Oil & Gas Publications
[Sponsored Content] Giving New Framework to Old Metrics
[Insider] The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same
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