Conde Nast’s Brides magazine is undergoing a revamp from content to staff, positioning the book to stand out in a cluttered market.
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
This story first appears on FOLIO: sister site, minonline.
Despite the enormous amount of preparation that accompanies a large event or conference, after it transpires, there is often little left to remember it by.
Real-time analytic provider Chartbeat has secured $9.5 million in a round of Series B funding, led by Josh Stein at Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Saul Klein at Index Ventures.
Farm Journal Media’s AgWeb debuted an advertising network for like-minded publishers and advertisers looking to grow their reach to farmers. The network adds another facet to AgWeb’s digital portfolio of e-newsletters, custom e-blasts and research solutions for advertisers.
On the heels of its seventh anniversary and its first Pulitzer Prize, Huffington Post is breaking into the digital magazine business.
The magazine industry has not shaken its advertising slump quite yet. According to the latest report from industry authority Publishers’ Information Bureau,
Digital music service provider Spotify launches its Play Button today with a handful of influential magazine brands signed on as partners.
American Media Inc.’s Soap Opera Weekly is closing. Initially reported by Adweek, the soap opera rag is shuttering due to a “decline in readership in the soap opera market,” according to an AMI spokesperson.
The first quarter of 2012 saw a seven percent gain in media and marketing M&A transaction volume from fourth quarter 2011, according to investment advisory firm Berkery Noyes.