NEW YORK—Publishers need to stop being afraid of social media. That was the message delivered today by panelists at the MPA Digital Social Media Summit at the Time Life Building.
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Transcontinental Inc., the largest printer in Canada and the fourth largest in North America, and publisher of over 30 magazines,
While LinkedIn started as a social platform, it is looking more and more like a content company everyday: Just this week,
The number of people consuming news on a daily basis through smartphones and tablets is on the rise, new data from the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism finds.
MyRecipes.com seems to be ending 2012 on a high note—the site has been seeing some large gains in traffic and is reporting a 39 percent year-over-year increase in the number of unique visitors.
When your brand is everywhere, your ad campaigns need to be everywhere, plain and simple. As magazines evolve from a single printed entity produced monthly or weekly to a 24/7 media experience,
Hearst Magazines is testing out the e-books market with the safety net of the world’s largest women’s magazine—Cosmopolitan. In a joint partnership with Harlequin,
Gawker Media, the online-only publisher that owns brands such as Jezebel, Gizmodo and, of course, Gawker, has taken a strategic move to expand its network into the Hispanic marketplace with the acquisition of Guanabee Media.
As social media continues to explode, more and more brands are turning to networking platforms to not only push out completed editorial content,
FOLIO:’s Eddie and Ozzie awards competition is the largest of its kind for magazine publishers. It also has the proud distinction of being the only awards event open to magazines and websites of all kinds—consumer, b-to-b, association, custom and regional, big and small.