Tuesday, September 17, 2013
More on MPA and Adobe Announcing New Tablet Magazine Standard Audience Metrics
The standards were developed as part of the Association of Magazine Media’s Digital Edition Standardization Initiative (DESI.) Adobe is making the features available in the Adobe DPS, in time for the new Apple mobile operating system, iOS 7, debuting Wednesday.
Forbes Debuts Personalized Content "Streams"
Forbes has introduced a new website page architecture featuring “scrolling streams” of personalized content along with Forbes' native BrandVoice content and sponsored posts.
More on Harper's Bazaar Partnership with Yoox
Yoox runs a site in cooperation with Harper's Bazaar, where readers can buy fashions seen on the magazine's pages.
Budig Joins Meredith's The Better Show
Rebecca Budig, who played Greenlee on “All My Children” is asking the questions on Meredith Corp.'s The Better Show.
What Content Marketing Means to Traditional Media and Traditional Journalists
Ladies' Home Journal's New User-Gen Strategy
Johnson Publishing Lands New Financing
Rodale Inc. Announces Promotions: Changes at Runner's World, Bicycling Magazines
National Geographic Turns Eyes on Photographers with "Proof" Blog
Forbes' "400 Richest Americans"
Here's Wired Magazine's Food Issue
Wine Enthusiast Magazine Introduces Groundbreaking Mobile App and Website Redesign
Plan for Maxim TV Network
Time Out Chief Executive Aksel van der Wal to Stand Down
The Best Magazine on the Internet?
One Day Before Release of iOS 7: Platform Updates Issued, Others Anticipated
Augment Direct Marketing Success with Augmented Reality
The New York Times Rolls out Another Advertising First: Ad Features a Live Streaming Times Conference
WSJ Office Net Brings Audience Retargeting to Digital Out-of-Home
More on FTC to Examine Sponsored Content Online Advertising
One Third of Mobile Web Users Access Net Via Phones
NPD: Kids Using Tablets, Apps More
Ad Execs: We'll Be Buying 40% Programmatically in 6 Months
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