Project: SNAP ConferenceLaunched: March 2009Custom Shop: Hammock Inc. For association publishers—whose mission is social by definition—the concept of an online community is not only natural—it’s vital.
Articles by Dylan Stableford
In early May, during an otherwise unassuming panel at the Independent Magazine Group’s annual conference in Boulder, Colorado, Bryan Welch, publisher of Topeka, Kansas-based Ogden Publications, made a surprising case for the lower end of newsstand efficiency. “If you’re profitable at, say 28.5 percent,” Welch said at IMAG, “why push for more?”
Shaquille O’Neal, the 7-foot-1, 325-pound, 37-year-old Phoenix Suns center, was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers late yesterday, uniting him with Lebron James,
PC Magazine, the tech title that went all-digital in January, is expanding its digital presence on Amazon’s Kindle.
South Florida Media Group has acquired Welcome Wagon, an 80-year-old marketing company, from Move Inc., the companies announced today.Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The City and Regional Magazine Association’s annual awards have been announced, and, as was the case last year, Texas Monthly and Los Angeles magazines dominated the awards field, winning a combined 14.
Magazine publishers have spent the last few years struggling to extend their brands—even those that have a big presence online—into the social media space, where Facebook and Twitter rule.
Hudson News is at it again. The company, which operates more than 500 newsstands in major cities, airports and train stations—including New York’s Grand Central Terminal—is treating GQ’s July issue,
A couple years ago, when YouTube and Facebook were leading the buzz-y social media charge (not Twitter), plenty of magazine publishers,
Mail.com Media Corporation, the digital media company that bought Hollywood Life and Movieline brands last fall and turned them online-only, has acquired another Hollywood-focused property for its digital portfolio.