Multiplatform publishing companies Billboard and Time Inc. make personnel changes; Corporate Board Member Magazine acquired by Chief Executive Group
A morphing environment for some multiplatform publishing companies involves new talent in
Future reports recent acquisitions as profitable; Digital publishers High Times acquired by investors; The Economist and Bloomberg strike licensing deal
Digital publishers acquire new media properties to fill gaps they see
The recent Facebook IPO and surrounding uproar has created a robust discussion about the future of online advertising business models.
Advertising works for a couple of fundamental reasons. Advertising works when
A Mequoda Website Satellite Archetype that exists primarily to build brand. This website economic model is similar to billboard advertising. Brand marketing websites don't necessarily generate any revenue from the
Interweave's acquisition of the oldest, continuously published magazine for painters and three related publications expands its footprint into arts media, entering the drawing and painting markets for the first time
EskyGuide.com, the Online Home of Executive Travel Magazine, While Demonstrating Good Readability and Affordance, Tries to do Too Much From One Site, Causing Brand Confusion, Task Incompletion and Lack of
TheBookStandard.com describes itself as "the all-inclusive online destination for publishers, retailers, librarians, agents, authors, distributors, studio executives, screenwriters, publicists, book groups and more!" It's an accurate description.
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