According to American Business Media’s latest Business Information Network report for full-year 2012, the b-to-b media and information industry is growing.
Articles by TJ Raphael
NEW ORLEANS—On the second day of the MPA’s 10th annual Independent Magazine Media Conference (IMAG), industry publishers got a peek at first-quarter numbers for the newsstand,
NEW ORLEANS—About 100 independent magazine media professionals descended on the Big Easy this week for the MPA’s 10th annual Independent Magazine Media Conference (IMAG).
To keep up with the rapidly changing desires and habits of readers, Hearst’s Esquire is introducing a new weekly tablet edition,
Flipboard, a free app that lets users curate content into a personalized magazine, is expanding access for its users—the company announced Thursday that Samsung Galaxy,
The first quarter was a mixed bag for the online-only financial news company TheStreet, Inc. The company saw its paid subscriptions increase 13 percent year-over-year, generating revenues of $10.4 million. Despite the gain the company still reported a net loss of $1.7 million, bringing company revenues to $12.6 million.
Hearst Magazines is getting evermore bullish on digital in an effort to not only remain relevant, but also go toe-to-toe with its newly redefined pure-play competitors.
Mobile is more than just a buzzword for b-to-b publisher ALM—it’s a now an essential medium that the company views as one of the most effective ways to drive traffic to their sites.
Time Inc. is becoming evermore bullish in the mobile space—and a new strategic alliance with the Sprint Nextel Corp. will put its content front-and-center for millions of mobile users.
Hearst’s TV-tied brands are seeing their rate bases jump again.The company announced Tuesday that Food Network Magazine will see its 11th consecutive rate base increase since officially launching in 2009,