The latest to join the bookazine movement, the regional lifestyle brand finds that readers want an "elevated experience" in print.
Articles by Greg Dool
IBT Media cuts a yet-undetermined number of employees and announces that Peter Goodman is also leaving the company.
The 62-year-old men's magazine said to be hitting the auction block weeks after going nudity-free, could fetch over $500 million.
Digital publishing may be the cheaper alternative, but only if it doesn't alienate your audience.
New research from CEIR indicates that exhibition organizers aren't always on the same page as their attendees.
Serving engaging content, experimenting with site design, and improving latency are key in boosting ad viewability.
Seven-part serial produced by The Atavist Magazine will enjoy exclusive first-runs on the digital reader app.
Inkworthy debuts with more than 450 publishers on board.
Folio: chats with Brett Anderson, Robb Report editor-in-chief, about the growing affluent audience and maintaining a successful print title in the digital age.
Jessica Perry, SVP of Publishing & Media at one of America's largest professional associations, chats with Folio: about drawing audience feedback and the differing benefits of print and digital.