For its June issue, Bonnier’s Popular Science wanted to move past print constraints in its annual Invention Awards feature. Instead of integrating the more standard QR code to bring interactive content to its audience,
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
EatingWell launched the “Recipes 2 Go” app for the iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Lipitor sponsors the free app, which features “heart healthy” recipes, a shopping list feature, portion control and a timer.
As if there weren’t enough distractions on the Web, captchas have long caused annoyance for both Internet consumers and content creators. Meredith Corp. found an alternative for weeding out bots and quantifying consumer interaction with Solve Media, a performance-based brand advertising business.
Long form digital journalism publisher and app developer The Atavist secured a round of funding worth $1.5 million. The first million was confirmed last week, while founder Evan Ratliff says the rest is committed and “will happen over the coming weeks.”
In August, Atlantic Media’s National Journal Group outlined a new membership service to its existing subscribers, hoping to gain loyalty in the ever-competitive realm of Washingtonian journalism.
On May 12, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel spoke at Indianapolis’ Butler University graduation ceremony. While such a large media presence likely excited the recent grads at first,
Despite a bill partially designed to stop this effort, the United States Post Service will move forward with its 9-month modified consolidation plan. The first step will consolidate 48 locations this summer, with larger-scale consolidation to follow at the start of 2013.
The Los Angeles Times is shutting down its monthly Sunday magazine, LA. The last issue will be June 3rd and the closure comes after attempts to recast the publication through frequency reductions, management shifts and editorial change-ups.
The Society of Publication Designers [SPD] found its Gold Award winner at the 47th Annual Design Competition in Bloomberg Businessweek. Businessweek’s win marks the 15th anniversary of the Magazine of the Year honor,
In an effort to cross-brand and better serve audiences that resulted in a unique sponsorship opportunity, Time Inc. titles Money and This Old House partnered on an editorial supplement.