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: 01/11/13
New York—Consumer ad pages fell 8.2% to 154,838 in 2012 compared with 2011, according to Publishers Information Bureau figures released by the MPA. In addition, ad pages dropped 7.3%, to 44,355, in the fourth quarter compared with the year-earlier period.
Posted on: 09/26/12
New York—The Economist has established a rate base of 50,000 digital-only subscribers who will pay an average of $106.61 per subscription. The new rate base will take effect in January 2013.
Posted on: 09/17/12
Posted on: 09/11/12
Atlantic Media is looking to disrupt the global business media market with its new brand Quartz, which will be launched later this month or early next month.
Posted on: 09/10/12
New York—The Economist has released its first global “Consolidated Media Report,” which shows audited data for The Economist's global print and digital products across seven regions.
Posted on: 08/03/12
New York—The Economist Group's CQ Roll Call, which publishes several media products that cover Congress, is consolidating all its brands into one daily print publication.
Posted on: 07/10/12
New York—The Big 3 business magazines—Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes and Fortune—posted ad page gains in the first half of the year compared with the year-earlier period, according to Publishers Information Bureau figures. Forbes led the way with a 13.0% gain in ad pages, followed ...