After 15 years at Time Inc., Vivek Shah is stepping down as digital president of the company's news group.
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As part of its “Game Changers” package, the editors at the Huffington Post have come up with a list of the 10 biggest innovators in media—people or organizations that are using the Web to change the industry.
Condé Nast has named Susan Plagemann vice president and publisher of Vogue magazine. Plagemann served as vice president and publisher of Marie Claire since 2004. Vogue’s former publisher, Thomas A.
A manufacturer of uniforms and footwear for nurses is entering the magazine publishing market. Chatsworth, California-based Strategic Partners Inc. this week is launching Scrubs, a lifestyle magazine targeting nurses.
After a “moribund” first half, media M&A as a whole saw a significant uptick during the third quarter, which might be an indication that deal transactions are on the rebound, according to a quarterly report released by investment banker the Jordan, Edmiston Group. Deals spiked during the quarter, with 168 transactions announced, valued at $11.1 billion.
Having logged its 11th quarterly loss out of the last 12 quarters in August, magazine publishers have been waiting anxiously to find out how the United States Postal Service might raise its rates for mailers in 2010. Some speculated a 2 percent to 3 percent rate hike could come next May.
Publisher Survival, especially for those supported mainly by print advertising, was the topic of debate, and some contention, during a Folio: Show Virtual panel discussion last month called “Big Ideas and New Opportunities for 2010 and Beyond.”
New Version of Digital Magazines on iPhone, iPod
One way Taste of Home is convincing marketers to spend more money with the brand is by producing custom editorial columns in the magazine that it says are more “synergistic” with advertisers’ promotional goals.
Earlier this month, the USPS said it would not increase prices for “market dominant” products next year, including First Class, Standard Mail, periodicals and single-piece Parcel Post.