B-to-B companies have been making news recently as changing market trends shift aging business models. Here, John Siefert, CEO of Virgo Publishing and a featured panelist at FOLIO:’s MediaNext conference on October 28 to 30 in New York,
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Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, announced that Elizabeth Shaw has been named editor-in-chief, Scholastic Parent &
Kobo Inc. unveiled plans for an expansion to their digital library and an upgraded lineup of eReaders and tablets, Wednesday.
With big data comes big responsibility and as newer technology further enables information gathering, companies will need to utilize data-management techniques to grow their brands and extract streams of revenue.
Rodale Grow, the content marketing agency of Rodale Inc., will publish magazines for two hotel chains owned by Hilton Worldwide.
Mag+ announced its partnership with Appboy Wednesday, bringing a new management platform to the company’s various digital publishers looking to deepen reader relationships on mobile.
ShopAdvisor announced Monday it closed round two funding with total raised at $7 million. The digital media app secured a $5 million financing from fellow Boston-based Pittco Capital Partners.
Early Tuesday, two top-level editors in Hearst Magazine’s Digital Media (HMDM) division were given pink slips, effective immediately. Mashable first broke the news of the layoffs saying both Elle.com editor Amina Akhtar and Abby Gardner,
ALM is set to launch a free digital membership program for legal professionals later this month. The legal and commercial real estate news publisher is looking to expand its consumer base by offering a bundled news service package that includes five free articles a month,
Vice Media is the latest billion-dollar new-media deal to receive the Internet’s skepticism. After news broke that 21st Century Fox purchased a 5 percent stake in Vice,