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: 04/25/13
On the heels of reporting first-quarter results, the New York Times Co. announced a series of strategic initiatives to spur revenue growth that will begin to be rolled out in the fourth quarter. Several new products are under development at price points lower than all-digital-access and print...
Posted on: 03/13/13
New York—The New York Times announced plans to introduce a prototype version of NYTimes.com in advance of major site changes to be implemented later this year.
Posted on: 12/10/12
New York—The New York Times has introduced Compendium, a Pinterest-like tool for newspaper content.
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: 10/17/12
New York—Technology publisher UBM has introduced UBM Future Cities, a website aimed at industry executives and decision-makers involved with urbanization.
Posted on: 10/05/12
We have all noticed the proliferation of content being disseminated by others in our niches. What is eye-opening is the rate at which content marketing is growing.
Posted on: 10/03/12
New York—The New York Times has introduced an HTML5 Web app for the iPad. The app is available exclusively to digital subscribers to NYTimes.com with tablet access and to home delivery subscribers who link their account for digital access.
Posted on: 09/14/12
Media companies have significant opportunities to help marketers generate leads through the marketing services they offer, according to a new study by Media Business.
Posted on: 09/12/12
Philadelphia—Medical and scientific publisher Elsevier has acquired ExitCare, a provider of patient education and discharge instruction to clinicians for delivery to patients. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Posted on: 08/27/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal has introduced WSJ WorldStream, a news platform for short-form videos shot with smartphones by journalists from the Journal and Dow Jones & Co.
Posted on: 06/27/12
New York—Hearst Digital Media, the online publishing division of Hearst Magazines, has introduced an ad exchange to enable targeted marketing campaigns across the company's more than 25 digital brands.
Posted on: 06/21/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal Digital Network debuted a video website (live.wsj.com) that features videos from WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com, Barrons.com and SmartMoney.com. The site, which allows users to view and share video content, is available on 18 different platforms optimized for laptops,...
Posted on: 06/20/12
Orlando, Fla.—Custom publisher Ascend Integrated Media has announced AscendStreaming, a live streaming video technology available for use at trade shows and conferences. Ascend said the service will debut at the 2012 HCEA Annual Meeting to be held June 23-26 in Orlando.
Posted on: 06/19/12
Last week, The Wall Street Journal launched a new online weekly politics show called “DC Bureau.” The video program is hosted by Washington Bureau Chief Jeff Seib.
Posted on: 06/08/12
Digital responsibilities continue to challenge printcentric production departments at b-to-b media companies. Increasingly, online video is one of many digital tasks claiming a larger chunk of production department hours.
Posted on: 06/08/12
In late April, one week before the BIOMEDevice, Design & Manufacturing New England and Electronics New England event in Boston, UBM Canon introduced a mobile event application to enhance the co-located program's value for exhibitors, sponsors and attendees before, during and after the show.
Posted on: 06/08/12
Publishers have accelerated their licensing businesses, finding new ways to monetize core assets not only by stretching their brands into emerging markets but also by circling back to partners and selling licenses for digital editions. Data products and event content have also helped swell revenue...
Posted on: 05/29/12
New York—Though custom media companies still rely heavily on revenue from print, most are providing mobile, social and video content, according to a survey conducted by the Custom Content Council.