The Association of Magazine Media

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Print Remains a Priority for Luxury Brands
Marketers including Cartier, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera and Harry Winston are doubling up on ad placements this month in Hearst’s Town & Country.
Behind the Surge in Mobile News Users
Pew's Tom Rosenstiel on how mobile audiences differ from non-mobile ones, what type of news mobile users look at, and why people are still using these devices mostly at home.
Yes, We Can Sell
New Scientist publisher John MacFarlane contends that publishers do know how to sell, and do know how to market, with the help of "quants."
Good News for App Discovery
A change in iOS 6 suggests that Apple allows apps to display other items on the App Store, including other apps, for purchase directly.
Lots of Smaller Deals Are Driving Media M&A Activity
Modern Luxury Buys Aspen Magazine
Review: Quartz May Be a Diamond
Purple Magazine Fetes 20th Anniversary
New Yorker Humorist Calvin Trillin Wins Thurber Prize
Meredith Names EatingWell Media Group Creative Director
Murray to SVP, Marketing for Here Media
Ars Technica Adds Three Editors
Forbes' Terry Lavin and Others on Business Drinking
CDS Global Launches Digital Newsstand Data Management System
Pew and Economist Group Panel Shows Mobile Ads Grab Users' Attention
DVorkin: What Mobile Means for Journalism and My Restless Nights
The Mobile Challenge for The Economist, GSD&M and Others
Say Media Releases Research on Mobile Content Consumption and Marketing
Agency CEOs: Mobile Ads Still Need Improvement
Android Tablets on the Rise As Tablet Reading Becomes the Norm
Rumor: iPad Mini Invitations Set to Be Mailed Out Oct. 10
Here's What the iPad Mini Looks Like Next to the Kindle Fire and Nexus 7
Judge Lifts Ban on Samsung Tablet
Consumers: Wait, What's an Ultrabook?
Digital Has an Ad Problem and Lots of Solutions
L’Oreal: Ads Matter Less
The Coming Fight Over Do Not Track
Google Tag Management System Links Channels
NRF Projects 4.1 Percent Holiday Sales Boost
Distress Deepening, Postal Service Defaults on $5.6 Billion Benefits Payment
Five-Day Delivery and Reduced USPS Service Standards Could Face Legal Barrier
Has USPS Targeted the Wrong Plants for Closure?