Strategic operators and private equity investors are looking for opportunities in the development of a “fourth leg of the stool,” speakers said today at the annual DeSilva + Phillips Dealmakers Summit. Attractive media companies are going to look very different going forward.
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San Francisco-based Clickability, a content management solutions provider, has capped its second round of funding, securing $8 million from Shasta Ventures, with additional investment from Convergence Partners, which led Clickability’s first venture capital round.
Early versions of digital magazines got a bad rap, thanks to static facsimiles and awkward reader tools that did little to improve the reader experience over print.
Advanstar Communications announced a new strategic direction for its Healthcare Group, focusing on digital distribution and continuing medical education through a centralized physician portal at ModernMedicine.com.
Since its launch in June, Prisonworld magazine—created to form and serve a community of incarcerated readers—has doubled in page size, from 16 for the first to 32 for the next, and estimates a readership of 250,000.
This year’s ABM Top Management meeting featured some of the best content I’ve heard at the annual event (which I’ve been going to on and off since the late Nineties),
The Reader’s Digest Association is set to announce later today its Food Advertising Network@RDA, featuring a self-serve Web advertising service called AdWizard@RDA.
CNET Networks’ BNET beat out some stiff competition to win both Best Web Site Design and Best Web Site Editorial. Not bad for a site that’s only existed in its current form since March 2007.
BOCA RATON, FLORIDA—Wired, Time and The New Yorker were among the winners at the American Society of Magazine Editors second annual cover contest, announced Tuesday by Glamour edito
Best line from day one of the 2007 American Magazine Conference, taking place at the ridiculously posh Boca Raton Resort &