Bonnier Publishing is taking their Mag+ system to another level.
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
New York Media hopped on the content network train (and all its monetizing possibilities) with the launch of the Vulture Network.
After AOL’s layoff of 900 staff last week (the U.S. division losing 300 members), the Huffington Post Media Group has begun hiring.
Felix Dennis, best-selling British poet and entrepreneur, has bought Mental Floss magazine. Dennis, founder of Maxim and owner and operator of The Week, is the chairman of Dennis Publishing. Mental Floss is a bimonthly trivia-based magazine founded by Will Pearson and Mangesh Hattikudurin, former students of Duke University, in 2000.
The Neal Award’s big winner is Farm Journal Media, who received the Grand Neal award. “The Farm Journal Legacy Project,” the winning entry, is from Farm Journal Media’s print and online publications Farm Journal, Top Producer, Dairy Today, AgWeb, AgDay and U.S.
Jane Seagrave, formerly chief revenue officer with the Associated Press, has left AP to become publisher of the Vineyard Gazette, based in Martha’s Vineyard.
Adobe introduced a proposal this week that would allow publishers to incorporate layouts similar to those used in magazines for websites.
Association publishers face some unique challenges—namely their role as an ancillary operation within a broader organization. However, the operative word is “publisher” and associations share many of the same concerns as their peers on the consumer and b-to-b sides. Folio: spoke with several association publications, focusing on the challenges and opportunities they foresee for 2011.
Meredith Corporation launched a new social commerce network on Parents.com on Wednesday, March 9th.
Only a month after their merger with The Daily Beast, Newsweek underwent a makeover.