The Next Issue app brightens the future of the magazine industry, publishers try to close the mobile revenue gap and Forbes predicts the top technology trends of 2014.
Time Inc. makes its titles available to Flipboard, publishers ignore Google Plus and the evolution of community management.
Top magazine execs agree that the industry isn't living up to its potential in native advertising, the editorial skills that matter today and planning a new social strategy to keep up with audiences.
Flipboard reaches 90 million users, Sports Illustrated tests a new paywall and Meredith Corp. goes big with augmented reality push.
More and more magazines are announcing new e-commerce platforms as part of their strategies to generate revenue online.
The world’s best-known publications have turned to online paywalls to recoup some of the lost revenue from newspaper sales and advertising. But while it’s become the norm for media outlets like the Wall Street Journal and the Globe and Mail, it might not be the best tactic for remaining relevant in a rapidly changing media landscape.
Newsweek's new editor-in-chief talks saving the magazine, Rogers Media teams up with Best Buy for a new publication and Domino magazine relaunches under brand new ownership.
BoSacks pens Meredith as print's poster child, how to make money in publishing using augmented reality and why Next Issue won't solve all of the industry's problems.
Mr. Magazine interviews Esquire editor David Granger, the casualties of Time Inc.'s spinoff from Time Warner and the key to success is going digital-first.
Time Inc. purchases American Express Co's publishing division, PEOPLE launches a new content category and Allure scores big ad pages for its Best of Beauty issue.