After relaunching its print product two years ago, Bloomberg Businessweek recently debuted a redesigned website to reflect the changes readers are seeing in print. A CMS overhaul, upgraded workflow and refreshed home page are all part of the final product.
Articles by Stefanie Botelho
“The weird thing about going to conventions is that everyone from the political world is there, but no one really knows where everyone is,
Dwell’s Michela O’Connor Abrams Recognized as the 14th Exceptional Woman in Publishing Award Honoree
At the 2012 Women’s Leadership Conference, presented by the Exceptional Women in Publishing Group [EWIP], Dwell Media president Michela O’Connor Abrams will be feted as its 14th Exceptional Woman in Publishing Award honoree.
MAGSTATSIssue #: 66.1Frequency: Bi-monthlyCirculation: 400,000Launched: 1940Publisher: F+W MediaArt Director: Ben KingEditor-in-Chief: Aaron Kenedi
New York magazine will debut its second stand-alone print spin-off this spring. A shelter title, New York Design Hunting’s [cover mock-up pictured,
At first glance, online pinboard Pinterest appears to be an incredibly simple social network. Users post pictures in a public forum,
As publishers are quickly realizing, the digital conversion does not end with tablet-ready editions. 2011 was deemed “the second year of the iPad,” but 2012 is shaping up to be the advent of the mobile content focus (read: both tablet and smartphone-ready Web content).
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia reported a rough last quarter in 2011, closing out a tough financial year for the company’s publishing division.
Apple is reportedly set to launch the iPad 3 at a media event Wednesday in San Francisco. No official announcement of the new version has been made, and no details have been revealed, though rumors abound.
The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) released the nominations for the 2012 National Magazine Awards for Digital Media. Leading the nom pack are four titles with three nods each: The Atlantic,