The Association of Magazine Media

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Digital Natives Still Tend to Prefer Print
A study by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project uncovered an interesting trend regarding “digital natives,” namely their preference for print.
People's June 27 Food Truck Is "Chew"-y
On Thursday June 27, a People-sponsored food truck will be at New York's Madison Square Park, East 23rd between Madison and Broadway, at noon, to promote the Great Ideas section of the just-released July 8th People magazine.
The Man Who Wants to Save the Newsstands, Part II
Q&A with Luke Magerko in which he continues his exploration of how we can fix, enhance, and possibly grow the important single copy channel of magazine distribution.
Throwing a New Parade
Earlier this month, Parade introduced a new logo for the first time in 30 years, and revamped to meet readers' needs for more on-demand content.
Learning to Hit the Curve
Kelsey McKinney, interning at Reader's Digest explores the wide chasm between hitting the fastball and hitting the curve pitch.
Bloomberg Businessweek Launches Hong Kong Edition
GQ to Launch Venue for Dubai's Dedicated Followers of Fashion
Time Out New York Hires Daniel S. Meyer As New Food Critic
Former National Geographic Photo Director Robert Gilka Dies at 96
A "Landslide" of Appreciation: Stevie Nicks Thanks New York Mag’s Jada Yuan
Grey Poupon's Iconic Ad Transformed into Print Supporting LGBT Community Redesign Emphasizes Local, Personal Coverage
Paid Ads Get the Real-Time Treatment
How Publishers Disclose Advertising Content
Mobile SEO Risks Force Brands to Comply with Google Changes
Companies Need to Focus on Big Answers Not Big Data
App Revenue to Hit $27 Billion in 2013
Marshall: Ad Tech Isn’t Making Money
Surge in "Digital Dementia" Seen in South Korea
Tweens Have a Big Say in Household Spending: Empowered by Technology
Global Advertising Comes Back
FTC Warns Search Engines About Paid Ads
Don’t miss MPA's three-part breakfast series, providing a comprehensive overview of the products, processes and terminology within the digital magazine ecosystem that are essential for success in today's cross-platform world. July, NYC.
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The association, working with a coalition of mailing groups, has issued a statement in opposition to a possible USPS rate hike, which can be as high as 10 percent.
The 2013 Yale Publishing Course—Leadership Strategies in Magazine & Digital Publishing (July 14-19)—tackles the most important issues facing publishers in this time of ever-accelerating change.

People magazine has a jam-packed online video channel that surpasses some TV channels in exclusive celebrity coverage: Find out which sandwich celeb foodies named their favorite, learn why Cat Deeley always dances to Beyoncé, and of course the latest on the newest (and presumably youngest celeb in the world,) newborn North West.