Today, in Washington D.C., the Federal Trade Commission is exploring the blurring of lines that is occurring between digital content and digital advertisements. Clearly, publishers and marketers are concerned the government could put a damper on what some see as a magic elixir for digital publishing.Read More >>
I have an informal list of more than 30 potential website red flags to look for that I'll be sharing at the SIPA conference. Here are three you should consider now.
It seems like a scene out of Back to the Future as paywalls are now once again in vogue. Publishers have realized the totally ad-subsidized model just won't cut it. Read More >>
What we have before us now appears to be a prophesized case of impending lost integrity. You read this article and make your own conclusions as to what the former editor-in-chief of Time Inc. meant by her actions. For me the conclusion and the meaning of the forewarning is clear. Read More >>
"We can't afford to pay for content if it's going to be a one-time use," said Jay Annis, VP of The Taunton Press, at the Act 4 Publishing Event at the Magazine Innovation Center at Ole Miss.Read More >>
It appears that when you install iOS7 on your iPad, you may suffer glitches with some iPad magazines. Readers of The Economist are noting that pages come up blank when iOS7 is loaded onto the iPad, while other subscribers to magazines like Architectural Digest are no longer able to use the landscape and portrait mode with iOS7. Read More >>
It has been a few weeks since I attended (as the guest of the event organizer) the Publishing Business Conference & Expo. This event, held each year in New York City at the Marriott Marquis, is, to me, like a library. Perhaps better said, it is like a direct inflow of endless and valid information from the source to me.Read More >>