The 16th annual Webby Awards nominees were announced today by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Continuing last year’s trend,
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Next American City, a non-profit media organization focused on urban affairs, is refreshing its strategy. The publisher’s quarterly print publication folded in late 2011, with the goal to focus resources on a more sustainable product: its website.
In the world of publishing, it is expected that sales teams are rewarded for performance with commission; but for a long time,
MAGSTATSIssue #: Volume 19, Number 9Frequency: MonthlyCirculation: 85,000Launched: 1993Publisher: 5280 PublishingArt Director: Dave McKennaEditor-in-Chief: Dan Brogan
Wisconsin-based printer Quad/Graphics entered into a new partnership with India-based print service and business solutions provider Manipal Technologies. The minority interest in the company represents an expanded global presence for Quad/Graphics,
2012 started off strong with 52 new titles launched and only 12 folds, according to online database MediaFinder.com. Niche magazines replaced regionals as the most fertile launch category in the first quarter of this year,
MPA, along with a bevy of C-level consumer magazine executives, released a set of voluntary guidelines to help standardize advertising within tablet editions. Publisher reps from Bonnier, Conde Nast, Forbes, Hearst Magazines, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Meredith and Time Inc. are included in the MPA Tablet Metrics Task Force.
Reed Business Information [RBI] today announced that is putting Variety up for sale. The company has spent the last three years divesting its U.S. magazine properties.
The custom content industry is showing no signs of slowing down. Though print still represents the majority of money put towards custom media (a total of $23.6 billion,
Interactive sports and fitness publication American Athlete is on the iPad, and available for the Newsstand. The magazine will be published six times a year.