3Digit Media is increasing the circulation of 805 Living, a regional title serving California’s central coast, by 20 percent to 30,000 copies. The change will be effective with the January/February 2011 issue.
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After spending nearly four decades headquartered in the historic building located at 820 S. Michigan in Chicago, Johnson Publishing has sold the building to Columbia College Chicago. The Ebony and Jet publisher says the sale is part of the company’s strategy for reducing costs.
Star magazine and National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc. officially filed its pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan today in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
In a move to further integrate its vibrant arts community with the growing mobile world, F+W Media has struck a partnership with Opinionaided, a software company that helps users get and give opinions over mobile devices in real time.
Drum roll, please. FOLIO:’s list of 2010 Eddie and Ozzie Award finalists is in.
Another big change has been announced at Forbes Media. Mike Perlis, a former venture capital executive, has been named president and CEO. He starts December 1.Perlis' appointment effectively ends the Forbes family's control over the company's day-to-day operations.
Construction information service provider BidClerk Inc. has dropped its lawsuit against Reed Business Information and its Reed Construction Data unit.
More than five years after leaving Condé Nast as founding editor of Jane—and even longer since exiting Sassy magazine as its founding editor—it appears Jane Pratt is staging a comeback to publishing.
In terms of online copyright issues, if you thought the Cooks Source fiasco that went viral recently was completely ridiculous, then what happened with—yes—Dairy Goat Journal should prove nearly as disturbing,
All the sleepless nights of media players and observers desperately wondering who would be appointed top editor at Newsweek can now come to an end.