While talk of change in the magazine industry has been largely focused on the digital side lately, there is quite a bit of change in the process of putting ink on paper, too. Publishers large and small are seeking new procedures in manufacturing and production.
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Rodale advertising revenue spiked 23 percent in 2007 compared to 2006, according to full-year results released by the company today. Ad revenue for its magazine-branded Web sites increased 82.6 percent during the same time period.Women’s Health led the growth with a 145.6 percent increase in ad revenue and 250 percent growth in online revenue in 2007 compared to 2006.
MIAMI—The FOLIO: Publishing Summit—redesigned as an “elite retreat” for top-level magazine management—kicked off today at the Doral Resort in Miami, Florida with a keynote presentation from Jack Griffin, preside
It used to be that talk of product placement in magazines would elicit a scary backlash from church-state fundamentalists. Not so much anymore.
Quebecor World has received an extension--through May 12, 2008--to its temporary filing of bankruptcy under Canada’s Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) from the Superior Court of Quebec this week, which was scheduled to expire on February 20.
The wheels have come off the vehicle driving ad insertion order technology forward. That’s what Guy Gleysteen, senior vice president of production at Time Inc., said last week at IDEAlliance’s Print Media Executive Conference (Primex) 2008.
Magazine publishers have been struggling with the need for more accurate audience metrics for years. John Griffin, newly appointed MPA chairman,
ST. PETERSBERG, FLORIDA—Three weeks after his company filed for bankruptcy protection, the president of Quebecor World’s magazine print solutions business, Doron Grosman, addressed the crowd as a keynote speaker at IDEAlliance’s 2008 Print Media Executive Summit (PRIMEX), held at the Renaissance Vinoy Hotel here.
ISSUE: December 2007FREQUENCY: MonthlyLAUNCHED: 1891CIRC: 118,000EDITOR: Robert IvyPUBLISHING COMPANY: McGraw-HillCREATIVE DIRECTOR: Kristofer Rabasca
Dwell’s incredible expanding logo When Dwell launched in October 2000, the magazine carried a modest lower-cased logo clinging sheepishly to the upper left-hand corner of its covers.