Glam Media has become the latest media company to launch a video and distribution platform. GlamTV will allow sharing of video content from its network of more than 500 women's fashion and lifestyle Web sites.
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This Old House has become one of the latest magazines—and first Time Inc. title—to publish a 100-percent reader-created issue.
A magazine without a tagline is a magazine confused. Or, potentially, one with a reader confused. What is this magazine about?
ALM—publisher of the American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel and other legal and business media—has launched an online video production and distribution service called Legal Channels as part of a partnership with media company LegalTalkNetwork.
As PDF/ X-1a workflows near ubiquity for some publishers, Hearst Magazines has become the first to implement a new system based on the PDF/X-4 standard, according to Ken Pecca, Hearst's director of premedia imaging.
EVANSTON, Illinois—I’ve been covering the Independent Magazine Group’s conference here this week. Despite the gloom and doom that sometimes (justifiably) seeps into industry events,
EVANSTON, Illinois—Jonathan Dorn, editor-in-chief of Backpacker, gave the audience at the Independent Magazine Group's conference here a rundown of his magazine's full carbon footprint audit, during which he measured its consumption of everything from paper and
EVANSTON, Illinois—Day two of the MPA’s IMAG conference opened here today with a promise from David Lusterman, publisher of String Letter Publishing and IMAG conference chair, to “take the level of candor to new heights.” Lusterman then laid down two rules for speakers and audience memb
EVANSTON, Illinois—The Magazine Publishers of America’s Independent Magazine Group (IMAG) kicks off its fifth annual Independent Publishers Conference here today with a board meeting followed by the Utne Reader Independent Press Awards dinner tonight honoring “the very best of the alternati
The IEEE Computer Society has launched a Web site that consolidates resources from its 14 technical magazines and incorporates Web 2.0 features such as video blogs, podcasts and Webinars.