Started in 1883 as Inland Printer, Penton Media's American Printer magazine will be stopping production after 128 years. The August 2011 edition has been the last title published.
Articles by TJ Raphael
The Association for Retail Environments [ARE] is reinventing and growing its bimonthly magazine, Retail Environments, to have a broader industry wide circulation and coverage of membership-centric topics.
While many publishers are still grappling with the question of digital properties and revenue, The Financial Times continues to reap positive benefits from its paid collection model, according to first half 2011 financials released Friday.
Book retailer and magazine newsstand provider
UBM TechWeb is reinventing a vintage brand with the relaunch of BYTE, one of the original major publications on computer technology launched in 1975;
The data source for consumer magazine advertising, the Publishers Information Bureau [PIB], released figures on the industry’s print growth for the first half of 2011 Monday afternoon, showing a slight overall gain from the same period in 2010 for ad pages.
The battle for fiscal solvency for the United States Postal Service [USPS] continued on Capitol Hill Thursday as U.S. Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) introduced legislation that would implement sweeping structural reforms for the USPS.
While it is recognized that digital mediums are currently driving content consumption, the points of entry for where readers are accessing material-applications or Web browsers-are still up in the air.
A new database known as comScore-MRI Fusion will now measure online media habits, print readership and other media consumption behavior data like product brand usage in a single unified system.
Prevention magazine‘s new digital advertising network of niche health sites, dubbed the Healthy Living Group, is now in full swing since its May launch,