The Association of Magazine Media

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Magazine Flexibility, Adaptability Covered at AMC
The second day of AMC 2012 featured a full day of SRO general sessions, with keynotes on Apple, Twitter, Amazon, as well as a special Yoga Journal AcroYoga demo featuring brave volunteer Bryan Welch of Ogden Pubs.
Magazine Media Industry Optimistic on Publishing’s Future at AMC
MPA CEO Mary Berner said, "the magazine industry is well positioned to thrive."
Twitter VP Talks Magazines, Advertising at MPA Conference
"Think of followers as subscribers," says exec.
Amazon's Grandinetti: Switching Consumers to Digital Books is Hard...
"-Get ready for magazines..." says Amazon's VP of Kindle Content.
Next Issue Media: Magazine App Promotes Sales, Plans Marketing Push
70,000 subs to date for Netflix of magazines.
2013 National Magazine Awards to Consolidate Print and Digital
They were separated in 2010 when digital had grown to 12 awards.
ESPN the Magazine and Marvel Team Up to Create "LeBron: King of the Rings"
Women in Hollywood Celebrated by Elle
On a Quest for Profits, Harper's Bazaar Courts Shoppers
GQ Releases Glenn O'Brien Style Guide
W Magazine Celebrates 40 Years with Four Actresses
Yoga Journal Hosts a Live "Chain" for the Record Books
Food Network Launches Digital Magazine
SF Celebrates Hearst's 125th
What Publishing in the Social Age Looks Like
It’s a Print Ad -Err, No, It’s an iPad Ad
Apple Moves Up But Samsung Holds Mobile User Lead
Apple Poised to Reveal Something Little
Facebook Exchange Adopts Ad Verification, Intent Retargeting
Newspapers' Decline Continues, While Pew Study Asks: Is TV News Next?
Commentary: Why Advertising Needs to Change
Changing of the Media Guard
DMA Launches Institute to Challenge Regulation of Consumer Data
Forecast: TV Ad Revs Growing, Overall Revs to Dip

The Atlantic's Wire takes a closer look at the seemingly unsurmountable displeasure BlackBerry users feel these days and traces its origins to the recent financial reports, layoffs, Apple product launches but also digs deeper to find what's at the root of this growing and possibly misplaced dissatisfaction with one of the world's most ubiquitous tech devices.