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
Apple hires its first editor-in-chief; Multiplatform publishers Real Simple and Condé Nast add strength to their teams
Our reporting on multiplatform publishers leveraging new personnel for success continues today with news on Apple,
Organic SEO, email, syndication, social and video still among top audience development strategies
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Condé Nast U.S. expands subscription business; Amazon's subscription service becomes an option; Subscription websites need to utilize ads that don't violate rules
Subscription websites expand in a multitude of ways. Of
Digital publishers Hearst and Condé Nast add important pieces
We're seeing some digital-focused personnel changes from major digital publishers.
We begin today with a story on Hearst's new VP/Global Chief licensing director.
Zink digital magazine relaunches; National Geographic launches digital network; Amazon looking at offering subscriptions to publishers
Not all the digital magazine content we report on involves launches. Sometimes we have relaunches
Condé Nast hiring team dedicated to Snapchat as part of audience development strategy; Facebook garners likes but major publishers fleeing Instant Articles
Many publishers are utilizing social platforms as part of their
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Snapchat's value as part of an audience development strategy is debated by marketers; The Boston Globe embraces Facebook notifications; Mashable bets on premium video as the future
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FT Weekend has a new brand identity; Condé Nast buys Pop2Life and Ribyt; Multiplatform publishers at Quartz become profitable
There are a multitude of ways multiplatform publishers can evolve and succeed through
Gothamist and Atlanta Magazine publishers sell titles; Us Weekly eyed by Tronc
Acquisitions, and a potential acquisition, continue during the first quarter of 2017 for magazine publishers.
The first report involves the
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