Forbes.com has joined the growing list of business magazine Web sites to launch a social network.
Articles by Joanna Pettas
Christianity Today’s March cover clearly shows a magazine trying to push boundaries, with white space surrounding the bold, red words “Christianity,” “Addicted” and “Sex.” “Trying” is apparently the key word for Winslow Taft,
IDEAlliance has announced plans launch an event dedicated to its G7 specification, which aims to simplify the calibration of proofing systems and presses to help printers achieve a close “visual match” from proof to press and from press to press.
BusinessWeek has launched the first in a series of free online video courses, including nine lessons from high-profile financial journalist Gene Marcial on how to invest in the stock market.
For its June issue, Glamour is doing something it’s never done before: a “list.” Well, an official, branded list, anyway. Glamour’s “50 Most Glamorous” will … well,
NEW YORK — Roughly 40 people — Time Inc. publishers, presidents, editors, and PR directors along with members of the press—gathered on the second floor of the Time and Life Building Wednesday for Time Inc.’s “Digital Showcase,” where Time Inc. EVP John Squires told the crowd that the division’s digital revenues were up $20 million year over year.
Issue: March 2008Frequency: MonthlyCirc: 150,000Editor: David Neff/Mark GalliPublishing Company: Christianity Today InternationalDesign Director: Gary Gnidovic
Always one of the most challenging periods to sell, a first-quarter revenue shortfall can set the tone for the rest of the year. Here, a cross-section of magazine publishers, both consumer and b-to-b, offer tips, strategies and best practices for pushing through a tough sell period while minimizing damage.John Maisel
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