Printing, production and distribution company Fry Communications has enhanced its co-mailing capabilities with an additional on-site co-mailing line and expanded the service to all mailers beyond its print customers.
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The down economy and reduced demand have taken a toll on paper makers. One producer, Sappi Fine Paper North America, announced that it will indefinitely suspend operations at its facility in Muskegon, Michigan, resulting in the furlough of approximately 190 salaried and hourly employees. The suspension is set to begin April 1.
Earlier this year, cash-strapped “green” consumer magazine Plenty and its companion Web site folded. Now, PlentyMag.com has been acquired by the Mother Nature Network, an environmental news and information site.
Looking to tap into publishers’ growing need to expand their revenue channels, print-to-mobile solutions firm GossRSVP says its mobile phone integration service offers publishers an additional option for monetizing advertisements by allowing readers to scan as we
Consumer magazine Web sites saw traffic grow 11.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008 compared to the same period in 2007, the Magazine Publishers of America said during its annual Magazines 24/7 event today in New York.
As part of its 2008 year-end financial statement, United Business Media—the London-based parent of the former CMP Technology—said it laid off more than 500 staffers in the second half of last year. That’s up from 350, which the company reported in December.
Irvine, California-based Entrepreneur has named Mike Kessler deputy editor. Kessler previously served as articles editor for Denver's 5280.
Rodale has announced a series of management changes that resulted in the elimination of 20 positions from the magazine publishing portion of the business. Among them is Prevention publisher Bob Ziltz.
Here’s when a magazine marketing idea that sounds good on paper can backfire. Southwest Airlines is taking some heat over the steamy picture of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model Bar Rafaeli splashed on the side of one of its commercial 737s.
After several weeks of negotiations, a pair of investors has acquired the assets of San Francisco-based 8020 Media, a publisher heralded for its community-driven editorial model which was shuttered earlier this year.