Mobile advertising in the United States by several estimates will reach a total of $5 billion in 2015. While a large share goes to b-2-c publishers,
Articles by Caysey Welton
As the competition heats up, so do the lawsuits.
Recognizing the fluid state of digital magazine publishing, the ABC board of directors has just modified a key requirement for qualifying a "replica" digital edition. Advertising in the print and digital editions no longer needs to be identical. The board's vote at their mid-March meeting was unanimous and the adjustment took effect March 21.
After putting select teen and romance titles up for sale last month, New York City-based Dorchester Media has decided to sell the rest of its magazine stable,
Huffington Post has taken a lot of knocks for building its business (which sold to AOL earlier this month for $315 million) partly by using unpaid bloggers. Those knocks became official last week with The Newspaper Guild, a union of media workers in the U.S. with 26,000 members, calling for HuffPo contributors to stop offering free content.
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The New York Times today introduced its new digital subscription plan for charging the heaviest users of its site. The plan takes effect with readers in Canada today, and in the U.S. and the rest of the world on March 28. The plan offers three digital subscription plans across a variety of devices.
Hearst was the 2010 group publisher's ad-page champ according to FOLIO: sister site minonline, while Condé Nast had the largest growth in the number of individual brand advertisers across five major consumer publishers, according to data from MagazineRadar.
B-to-b publisher Lebhar-Friedman has contracted with ProCirc to outsource its full audience development operation.
The American Society of Magazine editors today unveiled the winners of its second-ever Digital Ellies awards. Conde Nast's Epicurious took the General Excellence award for the Digital Media, Service and Lifestyle category as well as top honors in the category of Interactive Tool. Slate took the General Excellence award in the Digital Media, News and Opinion category.