Palm Coast Data—which recently announced that it will absorb Kable Fulfillment Services into its brand and move the Colorado and Illinois operations to Palm Coast, Flordia—has launched a new service called Custom Solution Services, which is designed to provide specialized fulfillment solutions to publishers and membershi
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Maxim and Blender publisher Alpha Media Group has filed a lawsuit against EMI Resorts contending that the company breached the terms of the parties’ licensing agreement that entitled EMI Resorts to use the Maxim brand name in connection with its resorts.
Since the company first began keeping track of list rental prices 20 years ago, Worldata has for the first time reported a downward trend in every single category for the Fall 2008 period, including permission-based email b-to-b, which showed the largest price decrease from the previous year.
Bonnier Corp. recently announced that it will split Parenting into two separate editions—Parenting Early Years and Parenting School Years—early next year in order to better serve its audience.
After four years of development and testing, and almost a year after first being publicly announced, Time Inc. has finally launched the beta version of its virtual newsstand delivery service Maghound.com.
BBN Networks, the upstart b-to-b advertising network, has announced that four major b-to-b publishers—Ascend Media, Hanley Wood, Incisive Media and Vance Publishing—have joined, bringing a total audience of 20 million b-to-b buyers.
With a renewed focus on its Web sites, Nielsen Business Media’s two real estate industry publications—Commercial Property News and Multi-Housing News—are debuting a new look today in print and online.
Entertainment Weekly announced today that it has formed a partnership with digital video recorder creator TiVo Inc. that will allow EW editors to recommend TV shows to TiVo subscribers. The TiVo service will then automatically record those programs. The service is expected to launch this fall.
Twelve percent of magazines making a rate base claim missed their promise on audits released in the second quarter of 2008, according Capell’s Circulation Report.
The rising popularity of social networking sites is beginning to impact the effectiveness of e-mail marketing, according to a report released by JupiterResearch.