Legal news media company ALM has reached an exclusive publishing agreement with the Philadelphia Bar Association to produce the group’s annual membership directory; its quarterly magazine The Philadelphia Lawyer and the Philadelphia Bar Reporter monthly newspaper.
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FierceMarkets, a division of Questex Media Group, has tapped a new president to lead the company—current COO Maurice Bakley will step into this new role beginning January 3.
After 27 years, Florida Underwriter magazine is ceasing operations, the December 2011 edition will be the last issue printed. The self-proclaimed voice of the Florida insurance industry is citing the uncertainty surrounding digital mediums,
In an effort to rein in its massive debt, the United States Postal Service [USPS] announced Monday morning that the agency would move forward with a proposal that changes delivery time for first-class mail to a two to three day standard delivery for most U.S. destinations.
New York magazine is expanding its political content offerings with a new section of its Web site called “Early & Often.” The opportunity to launch the new content section,
Content marketing, which is viewed as one of the hottest trends in publishing in 2011, is poised to continue its market dominance in the upcoming year.
As you probably already know, if Facebook were a country it would be the third largest country in the world, more than double the size of the United States,
While publications continue to cross their fingers in hopes that digital content will pay off, The Economist Group is seeing digital-only sales grow—now to 100,000.
With the proliferation of smart phone technology, magazines have had a variety of options to create unique content, engage readers and please advertisers with the usage of action codes like a Microsoft Tag,
Citing “newsstand and marketplace conditions,” the Bauer Media Group announced last week that the company will cut the rate bases of two celebrity women’s weeklies—In Touch Weekly magazine and Life &