In the United States and elsewhere, there is an association for everything—from toilets to tech organizations, these groups stand to protect and promote the goals of their own industry sectors in a variety of ways, and many do so with magazines.
Articles by TJ Raphael
Founded in 1845, Scientific American is one of the oldest continuously published magazines in the United States and the brand has been working to extend its authority online through a variety of digital channels.
Corporate customers overwhelmingly prefer Apple devices to any other mobile or tablet technology, new data from enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology shows.
From Augusta to Austin, the south has its own distinct traditions and regional culture—both online and offline—which is why Time Inc.’s Southern Living magazine is partnering with The Southern Coterie,
“We’re competing in an attention economy—building an audience has never been more difficult,” Paul Bascobert, president of Bloomberg Businessweek, said at the 2012 American Magazine Conference in San Francisco this past October.
When Girl Scout troops knock on your door this year, they may have more than just cookies for sale. Magazine subscription agency M2 Media Group has entered into a licensing agreement with Girl Scouts of the United States of America to provide a new product sales program opportunity for Girl Scout councils nationwide.
The New York Times’ style magazine, T, was reintroduced to readers this Sunday with a new look and feel. It has been redesigned,
The Internet and digital technologies present a wonderful opportunity for content publishers to collect information about their readers. Yet, without a strategic plan in place surrounding that data,
American Media, Inc.’s 2013 fiscal third quarter showed mixed results, according to recent company financials. Revenues dropped three percent in the quarter to $85 million.