GeekWire founder Jonathan Sposato says he plans to ramp up its digital presence while maintaining its print edition and current staff.
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Updates to a proposed follow-up bill would remove the 35-submission cap while adding some other restrictions.
The company expands its water and electric utility portfolio as its two-year string of acquisitions stretches into 2020.
It's more than just strategic, says CMO Kate Spellman, it's also a philosophical shift.
Plus: AMI lays off entire Men's Journal staff, and GovExec launches a daily podcast.
How 3 magazines retooled their aesthetic to improve the reader experience and increase engagement.
Plus: Google may begin paying publishers for content, and AMI sells off three of its fitness magazines.
A follow-up bill will remove the 35-submission cap and "more clearly define freelancer journalism," says Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez.
Why The Week and Garden & Gun see a future for print with digital natives.
"We achieved the inflection point of digital advertising gains more than off-setting print advertising declines,” says CEO Tom Harty.