Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Associate Member Spotlight: Meet David Montgomery, CEO of Ingenta
“Ingenta has a long, distinguished background in publishing. Some of our clients have been using our systems for nearly 40 years! Ingenta are known for covering the publishing process end to end with commercial and content management systems.”
This Chanel Muse makes an Important Point about Gender
In an exclusive interview with InStyle, Amandla Stenberg admits that part of the appeal of working with Chanel is in the brand’s DNA, and the example set by Mademoiselle Chanel, who designed to liberate women from restrictive clothing.
Readly Partners with AT&T, Offers Private Version of Digital Magazine Newsstand
Readly Select gives users complimentary, limited time access to four digital magazine titles per month, on up to five personal devices.
Southern Living’s The South’s Best Awards is Multiplatform Publishing Done Right
Time Inc.’s Southern Living recently revealed the winners of its first annual South’s Best Awards, a 13-category program that grew out of an existing editorial feature.
The Millennial Editor’s Office Dress Code – StyleWatch Editor Erin Sumwalt and Instyle Editor Ali Pew Quoted
“Do dress codes still exist in publishing?” That’s the question I recently mulled over with my editor as we pondered how often anyone dresses “business professional” in editorial circa 2017. Should you be clad in designer labels? Can you skip heels for flats?
Forbes Rolls Out 38th International Edition in Finland
Mike Federel, president and COO of Forbes Media: “We’re excited to work with our licensee partner SK Media, with whom we’ve enjoyed a partnership for over seven years, to launch Forbes Finland."
Facebook Launches Stories in the Main Facebook App
Facebook’s plan to copy everything that made Snapchat successful is finally reaching its final form with the launch of stories in the main Facebook app. You can now share stories with your Facebook friends and see what your friends have been up to for the past 24 hours.
How a Former WSJ Magazine Reporter Became Known as ‘The Crowd-sourceress’
The numbers are impressive. Since jumping into the Kickstarter and Indiegogo world as a freelance consultant in 2012 and launching her own firm in 2014, Alex Daly has helped clients like Neil Young raise a combined total of more than $20 million.
Rising Star: Bloomberg Media’s Tony Talal Sees Advantages in Fake News
The director of global pricing and yield management discusses how Bloomberg is producing news with integrity while maintaining its business objectives.
Time Inc's MNI Targeted Media Division Continues to Kill the Competition
The media giant's targeted media division MNI continues to slay the competition. According to a recent ComScore report, MNI is the number one ad network, with its two closest competitors far in the distance. The MNI ad network reaches close to 240 million monthly visitors each month.
Media Slims Down: Publishers Are Building Audiences in Discrete Verticals
Media companies are still chasing scale, About included. But instead of one-size-fits-all sites, they’re increasingly launching single-subject verticals focused on advertiser-friendly topics like health, technology and food.
Gay Dating App Grindr Launches Online Magazine, "Into"
Yes, the pioneering dating app for gay men, which debuted in 2009, three years before Tinder, is launching its own online magazine, Into, whose title may or may not be a naughty double entendre.
How to Dress Best For Your Butt, From Pear to Square, Bubble to Flat
Exclusive: China's HNA in Talks to Buy Controlling Stake in Forbes-Sources
‘If You Fall in Love With Your Metrics, You’re Doomed’: Inside The Spectator’s Subscriptions Strategy
Who Wins and Who Loses in YouTube's Falling Out With Brands
Mobile-Focused Startup Quartz Manages to Actually Turn a Profit on Digital Journalism
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