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Tag: la presse

Renewed Commitment to Tablet Content Driving Successful Publishing Strategy

We still believe strongly in tablet content. Like any other part of a multiplatform publishing strategy, it’s not something you should invest your entire portfolio in, but tablet usage statistics and sales are steady with some indications of improvement in the coming years, especially internationally.

Having apps people want along with well-designed digital magazines that read clearly, stylishly, and effectively with tablet content is a must for any modern media company. Don’t heed the haters – tablet publishing isn’t going anywhere. In fact, its best days may be ahead.

But, to paraphrase LeVar Burton, don’t take our word for it. Digiday has the scoop on a publisher embracing tablet content and seeing results.

Born Again: What Digital Magazine Advertising Rates Look Like

“Mad Men” may have died, but in the digital age, advertising’s been born again. In fact with a 21st century propensity for growing new tentacles, the conventional ad is evolving into a new lifeform of Star Ship Enterprise proportions, boldly going where no man (or woman) has gone before.

First, no matter how platforms change, ad-driven media has been around at least since the French newspaper La Presse figured out that advertising allowed it to lower its price, extend its readership and increase profitability. That was in 1836, and so it continues in the digital age.

Cross-Media Publishing News: Apple Newsstand, Tablets, and Time Spent

Perhaps it was inevitable, but the end of Apple Newsstand – long involved in a love-hate relationship with cross-device publishing – was still an occasion for reflection and wondering what lies ahead for digital magazines. This is the kind of story the Nieman Lab was built for. Below, we look at its coverage on this topic and two others relevant to cross-device publishing.

La Presse+ Digital Editions Are a Success

FOLIO is reporting that La Presse+ has had a huge success with their digital edition. Jennifer Silber writes, “The free digital edition of Montreal-based daily newspaper La Presse.

Pacific Standard’s Web Traffic Hits New High

Columbia Journalism Review has an in-depth profile on the Pacific Standard. Sarah Laskow writes, “Pacific Standard has had an exciting January.

Game Informer’s Domination, La Presse Passes on Paywalls

According to AdAge, Game Informer accounts for one third of all digital magazine subscriptions. Michael Sebastian reports, “The 22-year-old magazine, which previews and reviews videogames, has a digital replica circulation of nearly 3 million, making it the top circulating digital edition, the Alliance for Audited Media said.