Newsweek released an iPad application this week that allows readers to buy subscriptions using Apple's in-app purchasing system, seemingly resolving a major frustration that magazine publishers have had with the iPad.
After several years dodging the bankruptcy bullet, American Media Inc. revealed Monday that it is preparing to enter Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The young marriage of Conde Nast’s high-profile food publications and one of the magazine industry’s rising stars is over.
Hoops season is upon us and ESPN The Magazine has teamed up with Marvel’s artists to produce 30 “variant covers” illustrating each NBA team and its 2010-2011 outlook for the season. Want to know which teams ESPN’s experts picked?
Time Inc. on Wednesday named Sports Illustrated executive Ken Fuchs as its new VP of emerging platforms for business development.
Saying that David Hepworth is a man with a bit of a track record in publishing is a bit like calling Einstein something of an egghead.
In retrospect, the September 2008 debut of The Wall Street Journal's WSJ. magazine might have seemed like something of a no-brainer.
In an attempt to hold down an increase in postage rates, an alliance of mailers today challenged an informal ruling issued by a Postal Regulatory Commission lawyer.
Maclean's magazine has unleashed a firestorm with a controversial cover story that depicts Quebec as "the most corrupt province" in Canada.
Reed Business Information (RBI) is to close specialist beauty industry title Health and Beauty Salon.
The U.S. Postal Service’s cost to deliver a magazine or newspaper has been rising twice as fast as inflation for more than two decades, but don’t blame employee pay levels. The real culprit is declining productivity, the Postal Service’s own numbers indicate.