When rumors swirled in July that Time Inc.’s struggling Business 2.0 was on put on the publishing equivalent of life support, subscribers on Facebook sprang into action, forming a “
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The market for magazine trade show mergers and acquisitions had a fiery August, with five deals closed last month, but will likely slow in the fall, according to CSmergers.com.
Consumer Reports Launches Online Crash Test Videos
The fashion world’s Super Bowl—Fashion Week 2007—kicked off in New York on Monday, and traditional fashion magazine publishers, while still hoarding an overwhelming majority of the pr
File under sadistically cool: Consumer Reports has partnered with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to launch a section of its Web site devoted to crash test videos.
Like Barry Bonds’ eventual spot in Cooperstown, Tina Brown’s induction to the Magazine Editors’ Hall of Fame was inevitable, making today’s announcement by the American Society of Magazine Editors a forgone conclusion.
Celebrity glossy wunderkind OK! magazine relaunched its Web site today with an Escalade’s worth of features—“web exclusive, continuously updated breaking news,
With the news out of Hollywood concerning the shocking apparent suicide attempt by A-list actor and partyboy Owen Wilson, the crass touting of "Exclusive!"
Conde Nast and its CondeNet Web Division today announced a content-sharing partnership with MSNBC.com which will give the cable network’s Web site and its 23 million monthly unique visitors access to CondeNet’s hig
The staffing war between Condé Nast and the Reader’s Digest Association just got a little more interesting.