How two publishers are taking very different approaches to market expansions.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the B2B media company turned itself around and sold off its assets one at a time—all while keeping its staff from running for the exits.
Four media execs explain how a single, major strategic investment took their company to the next level.
Bottom line: Bulk audience buys are so over.
Audience, geography, events and investors loom large over the market.
The more your board knows about the publishing group's member value, the better positioned you'll be to get, or keep, the resources you need.
There’s a growing disconnect between buyers and sellers.
Publishers have figured out that audiences want different things from print and digital products, but the newsroom has lagged behind.
The practice still courts controversy, but only about 13 percent of magazines tracked ran cover ads in the last 12 months.
How a non-profit journalism organization turned a side note in a government report into a Pulitzer-winning story.
Critiques of leading magazine covers.
Readership lags for some, but a confluence of technology may cause that to change. Fast.