Friday, September 13, 2013
Q&A: Forbes Media’s Mark Howard
Forbes Media’s Mark Howard explains where ads go from here: What will become of online advertising in a post-banner ad world?
Turning Magazines’ Consumer Connections Into Retail Sales
Today, the magazine industry's retail partners have to more focused than ever on how effectively products and categories help them connect with consumers, according to IPDA President Jerry Lynch.
Mag Bag: The week in Magazines
People StyleWatch bows a national ad campaign, CQ Weekly joins The Purple Network, Real Food Real Kitchens announced its launch, and more.
Bloomberg Businessweek Puts Five Years from the Brink in Print and Video
Tina Brown to Write Memoir, Also Interested in Developing Professional Conferences
ESPN Deportes Debuts ESPN Sync App
New People Interracial Magazine Relaunches on Facebook
German Candidates Compete in Battle of Magazine Covers
Printing Services Industry Absorbed by Printers and Online Media
U.S. B2B Publishers Continue to See Declines in Print Ad Pages
What Happens to Traditional TV When Technology Creates New Ways to Watch?
Online Video up, Shifts from Linear TV to Mobile, TV Everywhere
Consumer TV Engagement Linked to Ad Memory, Sales
Online Data: Cheap, Plentiful, Inaccurate
Agencies Use Content, Case Studies to Generate Leads
CMOs See Traditional Media Ad Spend Falling
In Prelude to Ads, Facebook Tests Video Posts That Play Automatically
Twitter to File for IPO
IDC: Nearly 9 in 10 Connected Devices Projected to Be Mobile by 2017
October 22 - 23, 2013
Reimagined and reinvented, AM²C 2013 is Magazine Media’s premier conference, convening the top minds from publishing, editorial, technology and advertising, to explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times.
The New Republic's Nora Caplan-Bricker writes about director Haifaa al-Mansour, who contends Wadjda, her movie about a Saudi girl who marches to the beat of her own drum, which opens in the U.S. on Friday, isn’t a “feminist film.”