Bonnier Title Goes DigitalTransWorld SNOWboarding, published by Bonnier Corp., has launched its app for the iPad, called TransWorld SNOWboarding+.
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American Express Publishing has appointed Michaela Guzy vice president of global travel and strategic development. Guzy most recently served as vice president of travel and business development of Travel + Leisure.
With magazine publishers fighting tooth and nail for advertising dollars, and finding themselves up against a slew of new competitors and distribution channels, Regional Media Advisors president Kim Mac Leod says regional publishers need to stop thinking of the print magazine as their main focus and to instead put their brand at the center of
FriendFinder Networks, the owner of Penthouse magazine, said Thursday morning that it has closed on $551.2 million in financing.
Magazine printer Transcontinental is closing its facility in Boucherville, Quebec. The shut-down is expected to happen on December 17.As a result, 180 employees at that facility will be out of work. Transcontinental says those staffers will receive severance packages and job placement services.
The New Yorker subscribers got an unusual e-mail Wednesday explaining that the magazine had reset the passwords for those who never bothered to change the default user name/password they were assigned when they subscribed.
United Business Media has created UBM Electronics, a new company it says combines UBM’s existing EE Times Group portfolio with the electronics related products it acquired along with Canon Communications.
Amid reports about a reorganization among its heads of marketing, broadcast sales and digital sales, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Wednesday reported a net l
One week after John Q. Griffin announced that he is retiring as executive vice president of the National Geographic Society and president of its publishing unit, board of trustees chairman Gilbert M. Grosvenor says he is stepping down as chairman at the end of the year.
One day after moving Style.com under management of the Fairchild Fashion group, Condé Nast has announced a reorganization of its overall digital operation, fusing the Condé Nast Digital sales and marketing team with the Condé Nast Media Group, forming one multi-platform and multi-bra