U.S. newsstand distributors, unlike our printers and subscription agencies, have very little to do with the ongoing transition of publishers to a primarily digital environment.
Articles by Linda Ruth
Experts on the issue of Internet privacy seem to agree on one point: It doesn’t exist. We are told that there is virtually nothing about any of us that cannot be learned with a click of a mouse.
After several difficult weeks, many of the former Source Interlink retailers have begun to transition their business to Hudson News,
We are stunned, we are blindsided, or we saw this coming all along. We are scrambling for distribution, we are crying for attention,
While readers of my blog often contact me with intriguing and sometimes unexpected information or ideas, it isn’t often that anyone brings up topics that I don’t think I already know something about.
Every now and then a blog post I do gets people talking. That’s always fun, and the ideas that bubble up are often fresh and useful.
It’s been a fun week talking to some old friends in the industry. They all called to say hey, why was I depressing the heck out of them with all this talk of Plan B?
When John Harrington says the sky is falling, it’s time to look up. So, publishers, it’s offical: We need a plan B.
For those who are wondering, Time Warner Retail did not just lay off its field force. At least, not all of it.
I don’t have a complete new post today, just an update—but it’s an important one. My last post reported that PMG,