Best line from day one of the 2007 American Magazine Conference, taking place at the ridiculously posh Boca Raton Resort &
Articles by Caysey Welton
The popular thinking often is that hiring an executive outside the industry can jump-start a stagnant publishing operation and give it the inside track to developing an online business.
Sports Illustrated recently hired a pair of senior writers with newspaper pedigrees – the New York Times‘ Damon Hack and Jim Trotter of the San Diego Union Tribune –
Penton Media has named Beverly C. Chell and William T. Kerr to its board of directors, increasing the board size to seven members. Chell also serves on the board of directors of Primedia Inc., the company she co-founded in 1989, and Kerr is chairman of Meredith Corporation, after serving as CEO of the company.
No one would ever describe me as an environmentalist. I have a deep appreciation for the beauty and tranquility of the Rhode Island coastal community in which I grew up and would love to see it preserved for generations to come.
You have a great idea for a magazine, but nothing to show prospective investors or advertisers. So you want to do a prototype, the most credible and convincing way to show them what you are asking them to buy into. Before you begin discussing a prototype you must have your publishing plan in order. You will need:
Don't have video on your site? That's so 2005. Or at least, that's the popular thinking. SI.com re-launched last month with a video-heavy design (including a video box moved to the top of the page) and CarandDriver.com recently debuted a program that lets viewers take a virtual test drive.