News Corporation is undergoing some structural changes and will be eliminating its daily iPad-only news app, The Daily, on December 15.
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In March, Condé Nast’s Glamour magazine reintroduced itself to the world with a redesigned publication. The idea for the redesign,
Bonnier Corporation’s Caribbean Travel + Life magazine will cease publication beginning next year. Additionally, its Discovery Channel television program will not be revived.
Meredith’s AllRecipes.com is enjoying growth this holiday season—the day before Thanksgiving, the site reported more than 7.9 million visits, breaking its all time record.
The number of publishers reporting digital copies is growing, new numbers for media-auditing firm BPA Worldwide show. A total of 532 BPA print titles reported digital circulation for the June 2012 cycle—an increase of 6.4 percent when comparing the December 2011 period.
International technology, business and culture news brand The Next Web is seeing gains with its digital-only magazine. TNW Magazine saw more than 43,000 individual downloads and 116,000 sessions in October—reaching this milestone four months earlier than the company expected,
Next Issue Media, the company behind the unlimited magazine app Next Issue, is a joint venture formed by five of the largest domestic publishers—Condé Nast,
Glam Media’s network of sites attracts an average of 244 million global monthly unique users. In order to better assist its advertising clients in reaching these users the company has launched a private ad-buying marketplace powered by Revv Connect,
With a little more than a month left to go, the Media Next Show (formerly the FOLIO: Show), hosted Jan.
Americans are increasingly utilizing mobile phones to perform a variety of tasks, including accessing the Internet, email accounts and downloading apps.