Slate has rolled out its most expansive redesign in the pure-play publication's 17-year history. The new Slate.com leverages responsive design and several new content features for its 17-plus million unique monthly visitors.Some of the new content features Slate is introducing include:
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Lately almost everyone in publishing has been talking about native advertising. Right? Well, the Federal Trade Commission wants to join in on the conversation,
Three years after offering a reported $210 million for Playboy, Penthouse’s parent company has filed for Chapter 11. The FriendFinder Network owns and operates 36 digital properties in addition to publishing Penthouse,
Washington D.C. political reporting publication, POLITICO, announced its acquisition of Capital New York. This is the first major transaction since publisher Robert Allbritton sold his television holdings in July.
Grand View Media Group, a division of EBSCO Industries, has acquired green and agricultural publishing company, Moose River Media. At first glance the two companies have very different portfolios.
To avoid trolls and curb distracting dialogues, some publishers have given up on commenting by removing the option all together or burying the section at the bottom of the page. Others, however, are confronting the challenge head on and finding ways to leverage their comments as valuable ancillary content.
MAGSTATSIssue: July 28, 2013Frequency: Weekly Launched: June 2012Circ: 600,000 (Free iPad)Editor: John MontorioDesign: Josh KlenertPublishing Company: The Huffington Post
AskMen, a men’s lifestyle Web-only publisher, is rolling out a new responsive design site on August 29 after several months of planning and developing.
WIRED has revealed a new digital content form in line with its September print issue. "Vision Quest" is an immersive digital experience that mashes up text,