Thursday, February 21, 2013
Time Cover Story Longest by Single Writer in Magazine’s History
Steven Brill just set a Time record. His 36 page cover story titled “Bitter Pill,” a thorough investigation into every aspect of health care pricing, is the longest single piece ever published in Time magazine’s history.
Forbes Evolves Ad Revenue Model, As Digital Traffic Booms
In a phone interview, Chief Revenue Officer Meredith Levien talked about the growth of Forbes’ digital business and the opportunities that lie ahead in areas such as native advertising and mobile.
The Economist Considers Audio-Only Subscription
The Economist's Nick Blunden also said the title has found readers are prepared to pay more for a print and digital bundle than for a print-only subscription or digital-only access.
The Atlantic Redesign
The magazine's March issue will mark the debut of a redesign overseen by creative director Darhil Crooks, who previously lent his design talents to Ebony and Esquire before joining The Atlantic in August.
Peer-to-Peer Platform SwatchIt wins First Condé Nast Hackathon
The competition gave engineers, graphic designers and entrepreneurs 24 hours to create an app or startup concept that solved a pivotal industry problem and that furthers the Council of Fashion Designers of America's mission of “supporting the overall growth of American Fashion as a global industry.”
The Magazine Media Playbook for Digital Success
Swipe 2.0 features insiders + innovators – from Wired, New York, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Adobe, Forrester and more – sharing winning moves and game-changing insights that will give your brand the competitive edge to grow readership and revenues. PLUS, VIP opening cocktail reception, featuring one of NYC’s top shelf bartenders spotlighted in the pages of DETAILS.
Mario Batali to Guest Edit April Issue of Food & Wine
Q&Q with Adam Glassman, Creative Director at O Magazine
People Moves at Glamour, Woman's Day, Every Day With Rachel Ray, AARP...
Murphy Promoted to Chief Marketing Officer of Bonnier Men’s Group
DC Magazine Names McCarthy New Editor-in-Chief
Future US Promotes Considine to President
Technology Review Decided Gated Content Was Not the Right Model
IDG Calls On "Hero" Display Ad Units to Save the Banner
Content Economics Part 1: Advertising
Publishers: Why Your Display Ads Are Getting Trounced by Social and Search
Digital Transition Is the Right Rx for Healthcare Publisher, Remedy
Dennis Publishing Invests in App Start-Up, Padify
Mr. Magazine’s Prescription for a New Magazine Media Business Model
Washington Post Readies "Post Everywhere" Video Distribution Play
The Dish Founder Andrew Sullivan Discusses How His Readers, and not Advertisers Finance His Blog
What If Publishers Could Start from Scratch?
Lift Response Rates With Personalized URLs
New Apple Patent Application Describes Flexible iWatch
Wozniak: Apple Must Keep Setting Standards or Lose Its Cool
Anomaly Sponsors Google Glasses Competition
Nielsen Agrees to Expand Definition of TV Viewing
Rubicon Goes Agnostic: Unveils Buy-Side Technology, Mobile Too
Tech Predictions for 2013: It’s All About Mobile
Forrester: Marketers Should Talk Less, Design More
Should Brands Have Newsrooms?
Indie Bookstores Sue Amazon & Big-6 Publishers for Using DRM to Create E-Books Monopoly
Swipe 2.0 will kick off with a VIP networking reception on Mar. 27, featuring specialty drinks from NYC top shelf bartender Lucinda Sterling (right), who was spotlighted in the pages of DETAILS. Begin connecting with speakers, sponsors and attendees to the beats of DJ Vida.
ASME is sponsoring a scholarship to attend the @YalePubCourse, 7/14-19 for publishing professionals. Apply by 3/15
March 28, 2013
Grand Hyatt New York
Come hear the world's most noted publishers, tech experts, financial pros and media pioneers as they share what's new - and what's next - in magazine media technology at the Swipe 2.0 Conference taking place at the Grand Hyatt New York, March 27-28, 2013.
Image via PNAS/Reiffel et. al.
Smithsonian reports on how Cornell doctors and engineers are presenting a rather innovative use of 3D Printing technology: a lifelike artificial ear made of living cells. Designed to help children born with congenital defects that leave them with underdeveloped outer ears, such as microtia, it hails a whole new future for 3D Printing's possibilities in medicine.