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Every year there’s a new savior for magazine publishers. Last year it was video. The funny thing is, while many more publishers are doing video today (and some are even making money on it),
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With today’s struggling economy, magazine publishers are trying to do more with less while their businesses change dramatically—two facts that take their toll on those who work hard to keep these businesses running and thriving.
Many publishers are facing a cost crunch and potential revenue fall in 2008, particularly as the economy seems to inch toward recession.
Whether or not we are already in a recession, publishers are already feeling the crunch. Travel and freelance budgets are being curtailed. Hiring is scaling back, and positions that open up are often being filled by junior staffers.
The March issue of FOLIO: magazine will feature a Magazine Industry Job Report that looks at the state of working in the publishing industry,
British buyer Incisive is an aggressive entrepreneurial startup with a growing digital business. U.S.-based ALM is a market-leading traditional b-to-b publisher. This Odd Couple could be a perfect match.
News-media gossip site Gawker caused a stir at the beginning of 2008 when owner Nick Denton sent an internal memo saying that bloggers will be compensated for traffic generated,