Major subscription website publishers at The Atlantic, New York Times Co., and CNN are putting more attention into subscribers
We're seeing some of the biggest subscription website publishers reaping the benefits
Subscription publishers New York Times and others make changes to their subscription products; "Trump bump" subscriptions leveling out for publishers
Subscription publishers will make changes to products or evolve their subscription offerings
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.
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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How to make money with video on your own subscription website and beyond
Many multiplatform publishers have turned to e-learning platforms to make money with video and help subscribers either increase their skills
Native advertising trends will shape the digital publishing industry in 2016. For one, they represent a more elegant and modernized option for online magazines looking to generate revenue the old-fashioned
The phrase mobile video trends combines two challenges for publishers into one mega-challenge: conquering cross-device advertising and mastering multimedia with strong production and distribution platforms. More and more, the two
AudienceDevelopment.com is reporting that Hearst is teaming up with AwesomenessTV to create a new YouTube channel for Seventeen. Arti Patel writes, "The Hearst Corporation is teaming with AwesomenessTV to co-launch