U.S. News & World Report has become the latest magazine to be distributed on the Amazon Kindle.The title joins 15 other titles available on the digital reader, including Newsweek, Time, the Atlantic and Slate.
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Meredith, F+W, Working Mother and Disney are among the first publishers to sign on to new digital magazine service Coverleaf, a site from digital publishing company Texterity.
Hearst Corporation is suing developers of the Cosmopolitan Resort Casino, scheduled to open in Las Vegas in 2010, for using the same name as the company’s well-known women’s magazine.
Magazine publishers had been anticipating a slowdown in advertising for more than a year, and now the numbers are proving them correct.
Edward Clark has been named editor-in-chief of EcoAgriBiz, a digital news product that focuses on green issues facing agribusiness. Clark was formerly editor of EcoAgriBiz's sister publication Egg Industry magazine.
A week after the announcement of a number of management changes at parent company Rodale, Women’s Health has announced it will raise its rate base by 23 percent—from 1.1 to 1.35 million—starting with its January/Februa
Trolling the newswires and sifting through my inbox this week, I came across a few press releases from media companies—IDG, TechTarget,
A new regional magazine for Colorado’s IT community is set to launch in August.
Entrepreneur Media has appointed Amy Cosper to be its new vice president and editor-in-chief, overseeing content and partnerships for the company's magazine and online properties, Entrepreneur.com and WomenEntrepreneur.com.