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Tag: Atlantic Monthly

Atlantic Events a Boon for Business

Atlantic Media has seen its live events arm account for upward of 20% of its revenue. AtlanticLive started in 2006 and now produces an average of 125 gatherings annually – including the Aspen Ideas Festival – doubling its own revenue during the past four years and bringing in as much as $10 million, Digiday reports.

Atlantic Monthly Sees Fantastic First Quarter

Online and at the newsstand, in readers and in revenue, the Atlantic Monthly outdid itself during the first quarter of 2014.

The Atlantic Takes Digital Publishing to a Weekly Frequency

The Atlantic Weekly debuts on Friday and will feature content from the print magazine and website on a weekly basis. Individual weekly copies will go for $1.99 on Apple Newsstand and monthly subscriptions will run for $2.99, while yearly subscriptions will go for $19.99. New issues will be released every Friday.

Rather than create new content, they will pull

The 2009 Mequoda Hotlist

The 2009 Mequoda Hotlist is our annual listing of the fastest growing Mequoda System Publishers in America. The multi-media publishers in the Mequoda Hotlist are used by the Mequoda Research Team to maintain the Mequoda System Best Practices for Successful Online Publishing & Marketing and are the base line for virtually all the content produced for Mequoda Daily, Mequoda Webinars, Mequoda Pro Seminars on Demand and all live Mequoda Summits and Workshops.

Amazon’s Kindle, a wireless reading device, is sure to catch fire with early adopters.

But how will Kindle arouse long-term consumer interest when the Sony Reader hasn’t? The answer is in the online publishing strategy of the major news media.

On Monday (Nov. 19, 2007) Amazon.com introduced Amazon Kindle, a portable reader that wirelessly downloads books, blogs, magazines and newspapers to a crisp, high-resolution electronic paper display that looks and reads like real paper, even in bright sunlight.