MediaTec Publishing is planning to launch a new magazine called Diversity Executive.
Articles by Joanna Pettas
A pair of luxury New York-area regional magazines—the Modern Estate and Suburban Classic—have joined to form a new company, Elite Media Holdings, to leverage their affluent readership.
Hearst Digital Media has partnered with Spleak Media Network, a hybrid publishing platform that distributes a combination of user generated and professionally-generated content across a variety of networks including Facebook, MySpace, MSN Messenger and AIM, as well as through text messaging.
Standards development association the International Cooperation for the Integration of the Processes in Prepress, Press and Postpress (CIP4) this week released new print e-commerce and automation specifications to allow for better communication among “JDF-enabled” devices.
It can be harder than one might think to find an out-of-the-box cover for Face Up each month. This is especially true in b-to-b,
Despite the abundance of content online, most magazine readers don't foresee magazine Web sites replacing the print version anytime soon. But that may have more to do with publishers' lack of innovation online than a love of print.
Issue: March 2008Frequency: 11 times a yearLaunched: January 2001Circ: 12,500Editor: Peter SofroniouPublishing Company: Penton MediaGraphic Designer: Brenda Gallagher
The editor vs. art director battle on FOLIOMag.com started with this Mark Newman blog post, continued with a follow-up and has been seeping into unrelated blog posts ever since.
A week after launching Opinionated, a political magazine exclusively for Amazon’s Kindle eBook, Tribune Media Services, the content syndication and licensing division of Chicago-based Tribune Company, has launched its second Kindle-specific title, this one focused on pop culture.
Publishers talk a lot about breaking down silos, but what happens once everything inside them comes spilling out into one big mass?