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Lawrenceville, Georgia-based housing publisher Network Communications Inc. has struck an agreement with the majority of its shareholders over a balance sheet restructuring to reduce the company's outstanding indebtedness from approximately $300 million to approximately $115 million
While it’s natural to worry about how the publishing industry is going to attract the next generation of media leaders, the fact is the industry is already seeing a demographic shift, with younger people taking on more leadership roles.
The definition of “landing page” is changing as the Web site homepage takes a back seat to external channels such as Facebook, and visitors today more often than not first arrive on internal pages at a publisher’s site thanks to links and search. But regardless of what you consider a landing page to be, the goal remains to drive action.
For a lot of publishers, creating an app for Apple’s iPad is like blazing a new trail—in more ways than one.
UBM has launched a new integrated marketing services company called DeusM that will leverage “business social media” as its primary offering.
In January 2009, Ziff Davis Media shuttered Electronic Gaming Monthly. Later that year EGM founder Steve Harris purchased the assets back and by the first half of 2010, the magazine returned to print and the newsstand.
The Affordable Mail Alliance has responded to an informal ruling by Postal Regulatory Commission general counsel Stephen L. Sharfman that would set the U.S.
In 2008, FOLIO: began its first ever green publishing report like this: