Magic Johnson is looking to do business. At a Vibe Holdings launch party for Johnson in New York City last night, he spoke about his desire to build on current online and video efforts. In attendance was a stocked group of current and possible investors. Johnson claims that his expertise is growing brands, and installed “Let’s do business” as his motto for the night.
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Summit Business Media announced today the expansion of its Advanced Markets AdvisorFX panel, an online source for practice-building and client-management tools serving financial advisors and insurance professionals.
Entertainment Weekly announced its partnership with GetGlue.com, an entertainment-based social network.
Adobe announced the immediate availability of the Enterprise Edition of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite today.
John P. Loughlin, EVP and GM of Hearst Magazines, kicked off DMA's Circulation Marketing Day at the Time Inc. Conference Center in New York City as keynote speaker.
The Hearst Corporation has launched the beta version of Manilla, a free personal account management system. George Kliavkoff has been named CEO of the service that allows consumers to securely link bank accounts, view statements, pay bills and manage subscriptions through one account.
AT&T is the current broadband network used by the Amazon reader. The Kindle 3G can hold up to 3,500 books and is sold at the retail price of $189.
Ascend Integrated Media and Ascend Media announce several promotions. Kate Hegarty, previously the director of procurement, is now the vice president of procurement, putting her in charge of all print purchasing, venue distribution and the project management team.
The National Magazine Awards for Digital Media 2011 finalists have been announced by Sid Holt, chief executive of the American Society of Magazine Editors. The awards will be presented on March 16th, 2011. Nicknamed the Digital Ellies because of the Alexander Calder stabile "Elephant" given to winners, the ceremony will be held at the Hilton New York.
The Daily may be coming to the Android market. The Daily, a daily newspaper app that debuted on the Apple iPad, was the first to utilize Apple’s new subscription plan app (and pay its 30 percent share requirement of each purchase bought through the app). The News Corp. app is available for $.99 a week or $39.99 a year.