Stories of bloated CEO compensation abound (a recent Newsweek article says that the pay ratio between CEOs and employees of the companies on the Standard &
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Ascend Media founder and former CEO Cameron Bishop, in partnership with investment fund TGP Capital Partners LLC, has acquired the Event and Custom Media Division of Ascend Media.
Digital is the priority for most publishers, yet many executives have had to re-adjust their e-media forecasts just as they did with more traditional revenue streams such as print and events. Online ad spending in the U.S. dropped 5 percent to $5.5 billion in the first quarter of 2009 and 7 percent to $6.2 billion in the second quarter, according to market analyst IDC.
Back-end sales software has evolved from simple tracking spreadsheets to full-blown customer relationship management systems. But day-to-day, which systems (and features within those systems) are the most helpful to magazine salespeople? This article asks a selection of salespeople what they find most useful and why. Web-Based Systems
Magazine editors saw salaries rise for the most part in 2008 but they expect a significant decline of possibly 10 percent or greater in 2009, according to the 2009 FOLIO: Editorial Salary Survey, conducted by Readex Research.
Magazine editors, for the most part, saw salaries rise in 2008. But with many publishers turning to salary freezes or salary cuts (often as steep as 25 percent) editors are expecting a significant decline of possibly 10 percent or more,
Entertainment Weekly’s Fall TV Preview issue will include an ad from TV network CBS and its partner Pepsi Max consisting of an interactive video player featuring five channels of CBS and Pepsi Max content.
With plans to relaunch the print edition in October, multicultural magazine East West is offering a cover design contest in which readers can develop the cover for the October/November issue.
Cygnus Business Media's Chapter 11 filing offers a revealing look at the financial situation the company is facing and the performance it anticipates going forward through 2013.
Total communications industry spending will drop 1 percent to $882.6 billion in 2009 (the sector's first decline since 2001), according to the newly released Veronis Suhler Stevenson Communications Industry Forecast, covering 2003-2013.