Active Interest Media’s Vegetarian Times recently debuted an extensive redesign this month that includes a new logo, editorial departments, color palette, and tagline—“Eat Green, Live Well.”
Articles by Chandra Johnson-Greene
As reported here yesterday, special interest publisher The Taunton Press has hired Miami, FL-based circ consulting firm ProCirc to handle circulation department operations on an outsourced basis for all of its consumer magazine
BPA announced this week that—for the first time—the organization has verified the delivery of more than 185 million audio Web ads.
In direct response to the newspaper industry’s ongoing struggle to generate revenue, the Audit Bureau of Circulations has announced that it will reduce audit costs by almost half for some U.S. and Canadian newspapers, while freezing costs for other newspapers and most magazines.
Last week, Ziff Davis Media said it will outsource circulation for its two print titles, PC Magazine and Electronic Gaming Monthly, to consultant Charles Mast effective immediately.
Ziff Davis Media has outsourced circulation for its two print titles, PC Magazine and Electronic Gaming Monthly, to consultant Charles Mast effective immediately, CM has learned.
CHICAGO—During a session at this week’s CM Show, Jennifer Armor, audit manager at Verified Audit Circulation, argued that free magazines are the future of the business.
After almost four years of continuous development and testing, Maghound.com, Time Inc.’s Netflix-like service for magazines, is finally set to launch this September, Dave Ventresca, president of Maghound Enterprises, Inc., told attendees of the 2008 Ci
CHICAGO—Access Intelligence CEO Don Pazour began his speech as the opening keynote for the 2008 Circulation Management Conference and Exhibition here with a warning: Circulators who have been doing the same tasks day after day for the last 15 years might not appreciate his views on the future of audience development.
Last month, Laura Simkins left her senior director of consumer marketing post at Dwell magazine and joined 8020 Publishing, a unique “hybrid media company” that takes content from its online communities and uses it to create print magazines.