Posted on: 11/01/13
Shelton, Conn.—Digital edition circulation for b-to-b and b-to-c print titles edged up slightly in the first half of the year, according to audience data from BPA Worldwide.
Posted on: 10/31/13
New York—The New York Times Co. reported sharply higher total average circulation for its flagship brand, including print and digital, for the six-month period ended Sept. 29. Circulation increased 18% year-over-year for Monday through Friday and 14% for Sunday, according to the latest...
Posted on: 09/16/13
San Jose, Calif.—Adobe Systems has released new reports within its Digital Publishing Suite that enable publishers to gauge audience readership across digital magazine editions.
Posted on: 06/18/13
Northstar Travel Media this month acquired Your Travel Insider, an e-newsletter publisher and direct marketing company that targets consumer travelers. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition moves Northstar, a b-to-b media leader in the corporate travel and conferences and...
Posted on: 06/05/13
London—The b-to-b marketplace for media, business information and trade shows was worth $77.19 billion in the U.S. last year, an increase of 2.2% over the previous year, according to PricewaterhouseCooper's “Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2013-2017.”
Posted on: 05/10/13
Shelton, Conn.—About a third (33.8%) of the b-to-b and consumer publications audited by BPA Worldwide reported digital circulation for the second half of last year, the organization said.
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: 04/08/13
Arlington, Va.—Newspapers last year showed their first circulation revenue increase in nine years, with growth attributed to the recent success of paid digital circulation, according to new data compiled by the Newspaper Association of America.
Posted on: 03/25/13
San Francisco—For 10 years, the free SFGate.com was the online home of Hearst Corp.'s San Francisco Chronicle, the largest-circulation newspaper in Northern California. With the launch Sunday of SFChronicle.com, the Chronicle joined major metropolitan newspapers such as The New York Times,...
Posted on: 01/22/13
Little by little, digital media brands are challenging the assumption that content must be free for all readers on the Internet. Newspaper companies, which had the largest stake in reader revenues as a result of their traditional paid circulation model in print, have led the way in recapturing...
Posted on: 01/22/13
American City Business Journals' weekly business journals, published in 40 metropolitan areas, are paid-subscription products in print and online—and always have been, said Whitney Shaw, ACBJ president-CEO. The company's websites operate under a “freemium” model, where certain...