Mobile Devices Headlines
Posted on: 05/16/13
Washington, D.C.—Atlantic Media, parent of the Government Executive and Nextgov media brands, this summer will launch Defense One, a new multiplatform media brand serving the U.S. defense and national security community.
Posted on: 05/07/13
The Financial Times responded to the demands of tablet customers last month, rolling out a redesigned Web app that allows readers to choose between a static edition with a fixed article set or a dynamic edition with a continuously updated content stream. The app enables readers to swipe left to...
Posted on: 04/17/13
While most media companies are using the HTML5 standard to make websites designed for desk- and laptop devices equally accessible on mobile devices, The Economist is going in the other direction—creating a tabletlike experience for the traditional Web—with a Google Chrome app that it...
Posted on: 04/15/13
Fort Atkinson, Wis.—Cygnus Business Media has named Deirdre D'Aniello as publisher of landscape magazines Green Industry Pro and Yard & Garden, as well as GreenIndustryPros.com. She was most recently the East Coast sales manager for Lodging Hospitality Magazine at Penton Media.
Posted on: 01/08/13
Financial Times' June 2011 launch of an HTML5-based mobile application for the iPad was a risk in ways that were not obvious to the public, according to Rob Grimshaw, FT.com managing director. FT was the first major news organization to launch a mobile Web app that could create a user experience...
Posted on: 11/20/12
McLean, Va.—USA Today has relaunched its iPad app, featuring a new design and several new capabilities. The app, available from the iTunes app store, provides larger images and live video coverage. It also carries breaking news, interactive weather mapping and commentary.
Posted on: 11/02/12
Bryan Crowe, production manager for Allured Business Media, works in a department with three designers, a design manager and a developer producing four monthly b-to-b titles. The team also lays out books, supports both marketing efforts and events, and is in the process of optimizing its sites...
Posted on: 11/01/12
Despite the overall growth in mobile marketing, business publishers are still taking a cautious approach in developing mobile strategies, according to a study conducted by American Business Media and media and market research company Outsell Inc.
Posted on: 10/23/12
Chicago—Despite the overall growth in mobile marketing, business publishers are still taking a cautious approach in developing mobile strategies, according to a study conducted by American Business Media and media and market research company Outsell Inc.
Posted on: 10/05/12
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg aired his frustration with Web apps and responsive design last month at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 conference, saying that the social network's biggest mistake had been “betting too much on HTML5.”
Posted on: 09/14/12
Many b-to-b publishing companies are still taking a wait-and-see approach toward offering content designed specifically for tablets and creating apps targeted to their audiences. A few, however, are forging ahead.
Posted on: 07/17/12
The publishing benefits of deploying HTML5 technology were discussed last month at MPA Digital: Technology, a one-day conference that focused on how media companies can use technology to manage magazine content on print and digital platforms. HTML5, a browser-based programming language that is able ...
Posted on: 06/08/12
Every year, Media Business' selection of 10 Great Media Websites provides a status report on the industry's ongoing digital shift. Although the U.S. economy is providing little tailwind to drive growth, business media companies continue to invest in digital infrastructure and innovation as their...
Posted on: 06/08/12
Nick Elsener has more than 30 years of magazine production experience. He is currently VP-production at Hanley Wood and chairman of American Business Media's production and manufacturing technology committee.