Wednesday, October 31, 2012
While the publishing world is slowly returning to normal after two days of closures and skeleton crews, some are still reeling from Hurricane Sandy.
Publishing Industry Works Around Sandy
Wire services, newspapers and magazines opened their doors Tuesday to “essential” staff members, while the majority of reporters and editors worked from home.
Condé's Townsend: The Old Days of Magazine Publishing Are Over
The notion that print is dying is “naive,” Condé Nast CEO Charles Townsend told an audience Friday at the Paley Center for Media in New York City.
Looking for a Deeper Connection Between Print and Mobile
Publishers are driving engagement between the print and digital platforms by linking magazines directly to mobile.
What Is a Magazine? ASME's Sid Holt Gives His Take
The Very Long Tail – How Magazines Could Make Their Archives Sing
On the 25th Anniversary of Cooking Light, Scott Mowbray: “To Say Print is Dying is Preposterous,” and Other Words of Wisdom
Vogue China Salutes Its American Counterpart
Norwegian Airline and Aircraft Magazine Distributor to Move Entertainment System to WiFi
BuzzMedia Staffs Up Celebuzz and SPIN
HootSuite Adds Reddit and StumbleUpon to App Directory
Superstorm Throws Sand in Face of Ad Economy, Reduces '12 Ad Growth to Zero
Michael Wolff: Media World Seeks Mobile Plan
10,000 Apps in, Microsoft Tries to Find the Turbo Button for Windows 8 Development
Style, Surprises Liven Up Latest Windows Phone
Apple's iPad Mini: The Reviews
Apple Delays iTunes Refresh
Instapaper App Developer Unimpressed by Microsoft’s Surface Tablet
Data Reveals Influence of "Enthusiast Communities" on Purchases
The Fancy Is Beating Fab and Pinterest Where It Counts—in Mobile
ComScore: U.S. Internet Users Watched 39 Billion Online Videos in September
Advertisers Are Still Missing the Mark with Online Video
Photo: Kevin Lamarque, Reuters
TIME: A piece of advice for parents of trick-or-treaters from Virginia to Maine: Don’t cancel Halloween, as I’m seeing so many towns up there announcing they’ll do. Postpone it. Delay it. But as soon as you can, have it.