Posted on: 11/21/13
New York—ThinkAdvisor.com, Summit Professional Networks' media brand for the investment advisory industry, has rolled out a new version of its website.
Posted on: 11/20/13
New York—The New York Times has unveiled “The New York Times Minute,” 60-second video news reports that run on NYTimes.com and the NYTimes.com/minute blog. The reports are posted three times every weekday at 6 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. ET. Each segment showcases three of the day's key ...
Posted on: 11/05/13
UBM Tech last month announced it will streamline its marketing services in a new unit dubbed Create, consolidating offerings that had been scattered across the organization into one division.
Posted on: 10/30/13
New York—PR Newswire, a division of UBM, announced it is incorporating responsive Web design into its multimedia news release services.
Posted on: 09/23/13
Washington, D.C.—The Washington Post introduced Topicly, a proprietary visual display technology that presents the Post’s content organized by topic and accessed through a grid of images.
Posted on: 07/10/13
New York—The New York Times has launched a news app designed to offer its content for optimal reading on Amazon's Kindle Fire. Features include offline reading, the ability to save content on multiple platforms, social media and e-mail sharing, and text-to-speech functionality for reading...
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: 06/18/13
The New York Times in May debuted an updated mobile site, turning its attention to a platform that captures a growing stream of traffic from the open Web, particularly social media sites. “Given the sharing nature—and how that continues to proliferate—we see a lot of our traffic...
Posted on: 06/12/13
New York—Isaac Peachin has joined Penton Media as director of content products, a new position. He will lead mobile-first design and the development of social tools.
Posted on: 06/06/13
New York—Inc. magazine has rolled out a print redesign with its June issue. The new design aligns the print product more closely with Inc.'s digital properties, a statement from Inc. said.
Posted on: 06/03/13
New York—The New York Times last week rolled out the second phase of its mobile website (m.NYTimes.com) redesign.
Posted on: 05/29/13
Posted on: 05/21/13
To media companies grappling with the challenges of multiplatform content management, one thing is clear: The technology and processes they use must serve an increasingly mobile audience. To better reach these always-on-the-go readers, publishers are rolling out mobile-first strategies and...
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: 05/02/13
Las Vegas—Timeless Communications Corp., which publishes b-to-b brands Projection Lights & Staging News, Stage Directions and Front of House, has purchased the assets of Needham, Mass.-based Symphony Publishing.
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: 04/17/13
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: 04/17/13
New York—The Wall Street Journal has consolidated six of its blogs into one new one covering global finance, markets, and mergers and acquisitions. The blog, called MoneyBeat, will incorporate content that had been in such others as MarketBeat, Overheard, The Source and all the Deal Journals.
Posted on: 04/16/13
The Penton Technology Group launched redesigned Web properties for SharePoint Pro and Windows IT Pro in March, updating the infrastructure to accommodate an increasingly mobile and social audience. “Our two big goals were to improve the user experience and to improve the environment for our...