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Tag: mike haney

Digital Publishing Platforms: Launches, Acquisitions, Reorgs

Deft use of digital publishing platforms is a must for magazines looking to solidify their place in the industry. Thanks to astute observers like Talking New Media, we can monitor trends as they’re taking shape. Here are five headlines from one of our favorite sources of information.

What Does An End To DPS Single Edition Mean For Digital Publishers?

In case you missed this news, Adobe recently announced that its Digital Publishing Suite will no longer include Single Edition. Those who currently have the service will be able to use it until May 1, 2015, when the service becomes unavailable.

Partnerships Are Part of TV Guide’s Digital Publishing Strategy

Deadline is reporting that TV Guide has partnered with CBS Interactive in a cross promotional content deal. David Lieberman writes

TIME Enters The Modern World of Digital Magazine Publishing

At last.

We’ve noted here that it seemed simply astounding that a publisher with the vast resources of Time Inc. was putting out a blurry product. TIME magazine – granddaddy of all American news publications, 90 years young, and one of the few major players with a healthy OMI, was, until its Nov. 4 issue, publishing non-retina display enabled issues.

Subscription Website Upgrade: Denver Post Paywall Going Up

Another major newspaper is joining the ranks of paid online content by enacting a subscription paywall. Denver Post will be putting up its paywall on December 2.

The Denver Post is owned by Digital First Media, which has also reported that it will be implementing paywalls on all but one of its 75 newspaper websites.

Mequoda Tablet Study Video Answers: What Do Digital Readers Want?

Mequoda’s 2013 Tablet Study has been making the rounds in the industry, especially because it surprised a lot of pundits. Why? First, because we’re the first researchers to ask respondents about access to a tablet, rather than ownership. What with family sharing and all, we found that a whopping 55% of respondents have access to a tablet – not the 20-something number most studies reveal.