Mobile publishing is forcing the rules of journalism to change and evolve, but newspapers have been slow to adapt & according to BoSacks, magazines are having a really hard time defining their brands in the current landscape of the industry.
Bloomberg Businessweek's creative and editorial teams are changing the way magazine covers are created and how Time developed a successful newsletter strategy.
Flipboard is debuting an update, one of its biggest since the app launched and online advertisers have been using new measurement standards to discern whether their ads will be seen by their target consumers.
BoSacks speaks out on hope for the future of the magazine industry and how to optimize content for humans.
How The Washington Post is fairing a year after the Bezos buy & Bo Speaks Out about digital's watershed moment.
Lucky magazine gets spun off from Condé Nast in to a joint venture with BeachMint & the publisher of Harper's Magazine is firm believer in sticking with traditional media and journalism.
The Mary Meeker report found an upwards trend of North American companies offering a wider range of offerings to global customers & why publishers aren't doing so well in the App Store.
WWD interviews Hearst's David Carey about the changing media landscape & how to create content that readers want to pay for.
Harvard Business school features BuzzFeed in a case study & Time Inc.'s winning Facebook strategy.