In order to automate the workflow and offer solutions for publishers who “have to do more with less”, email service provider Contactology and content management system creator Metro Publisher have partnered to offer publishers a simpler solution for e-newsletter management.
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
With 11 million downloads of its digital magazines and other content apps to date, Time Inc. is moving its entire magazine portfolio to the tablet platform.
Weekly and bi-weekly magazines proved to be more agile in the first half of 2011 than their monthly counterparts, posting a 1.3 percent gain in ad pages, according to MagazineRadar. Monthly magazines’ ad pages only increased .3 percent during the same period.
Since entering the App Store in May, publisher Conde Nast is reporting 242,000 digital downloads of its eight titles available for purchase,
Hearst’s U.K. division, the National Magazine Company, is officially merged with Hachette Filipacchi UK Ltd. The group is now under the moniker Hearst Magazines UK.
The Economist announces the release of its “World in Figures” app, available for the iPhone and the iPad. Based on the publication’s book of the same name,
In the first half of 2011, the magazine industry was abuzz with news of the latest digital editions, Apple’s subscription mandates for publishers selling their wares through the App Store and those stepping away from Apple’s model to go the HTML route for app offerings.
Meredith National Media Group, which includes magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens, Fitness, Parents and Family Circle among others, reports a mixed overview of their 2011 fiscal year,
In an attempt to be everywhere readers are, Barnes & Noble is updating its NOOK for iPad app to offer digital periodicals to consumers.
Today, Conde Nast announced a new way for advertisers to reach consumers: through Flipboard, the “social magazine” app that aggregates Web content based on users’ social media interests on Twitter, Facebook and through custom RSS feeds.