The Huffington Post is losing one of the creative forces behind several of its newer products, including Huffington magazine, HuffPost Live and its mobile apps.
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Time magazine has announced several staff changes to its editorial team:• Tom Weber has been promoted to executive editor. He was previously serving as assistant managing editor.
Mediafinder has released its first quarter report on magazine launches and closures. This year is shaping up better than the previous year,
Programmatic is proliferating rapidly and it’s no longer viewed as a means to move cheap inventory through ad servers. Thanks to data,
Fliboard Version Two Turns OneSocial news aggregator Flipboard celebrated the one-year anniversary of its "version two" app. More significant, the company announced that it has over 7 million user-generated magazines on its platform.Slate Goes Behind the Paywall
With more and more media companies investing heavily in technology there have been debates about what’s more important: technology or content?
Johnathan Hayter has been promoted to director of Web publishing at ALM’s Center of Excellence. He was previously a new media editor at the company.
Many publishers already have their own native apps, while others are in development. Although they can be expensive to launch, apps have helped some publishers establish a foothold within the mobile frontier.
Time Inc.’s Southern Living has teamed up with its long-time advertising partner Dillard’s to launch its own home goods line, which aims to bring the pages of the magazine into its readers’
Issue: Winter 2014Frequency: Quarterly, 4 issuesLaunched: 2002Circ: 13,000 (U.S.)Editor: Tyler HamiltonCreative Director: Jack Dylan