Weekly international news publication The Economist continued to see growth in circulation for the first half of 2011, with ABC reporting a 2.64 percent circ increase in year-over-year comparison.
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Mobile advertising network JumpTap has announced partnerships with Acxiom, Datalogix, Polk and TARGUSInfo in order to target specific demographics with mobile advertisements.
R.R. Donnelly has added another company, LibreDigital, to its portfolio. Terms of the deal remain undisclosed.
BBC Worldwide, a UK-based publisher, has sold its magazine business to Exponent, a private equity firm.
Laura Frerer-Schmidt has been named publisher with Rodale’s Women’s Health magazine. Slated to begin her new position on September 6, Frerer-Schmidt comes from Self magazine, where she was associate publisher.
American Media Inc., publisher of magazines such as Star, National Enquirer, Men’s Fitness and Shape, has been rumored to be looking for potential buyers in the past months.
Radhika Jones is now executive editor with TIME Magazine. Before this, Jones served as assistant managing editor with the publication.
Bonnier’s Parenting website announced its partnership with the TODAY show’s website; offering Parenting.com and Today.com users a wider breadth of content, and advertisers a greater reach for their campaigns.
Demand Media released its financial results for the second quarter of 2011, as well as its numbers for the first half of 2011.
Digital publishing software company Quark has been acquired by global M&A&O firm Platinum Equity. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.