Time Warner Inc. has released their 2011 first quarter results, with the period ending on March 31, 2011.
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
With all the hubbub about the “Royal Wedding” that took place on April 29th between Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine Middleton (the dresses,
McGraw-Hill Construction has named Cathleen McGuigan editor-in-chief of Architectural Record. McGuigan comes from Newsweek, where she had been a senior editor. Before joining Architectural Record, McGuigan had been with Newsweek since 1977, where she reported on arts, architecture, publishing, theater, music and movies.
Joining the line of publishers who are entering the e-commerce space is New York magazine and NY.com; they’ve announced a New York City-specific online deals program that is set to launch in May.
Whether to create of an app or not was a debate for many publishers last year; this year, it seems almost a necessity.
With the latest slew of magazine apps launched in the past few weeks comes promising news for publishers in the digital space: publications with an Apple app have seen enough success to try their luck in the Android market. Enter the Droid Apps
Variety was one of just four magazines kept by Reed Elsevier after it sold off more than 60 different properties over the last three years.
Michael Paulson has joined The New York Times as metro political editor; he comes from The Boston Globe where he acted as city editor.
In a white paper titled “The Media Company of the Future: The Revolution Goes On”, consulting firm AMR International Consulting Inc. outlines the steps it says traditional companies must take to incorporate technological advances into their business model and stay competitive against “New world” digital media companies.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Meredith Experience Revenue Losses in 2011 Q1 and third fiscal quarter 2011.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Meredith Corporation released financial reports today, and both companies saw a loss in re