Salon.com opened its first e-commerce venture in December to expand its lifestyle brand.
TV's "Dog Whisperer" launched a new magazine in September dedicated to dog owners and their pets. The magazine, Cesar's Way, is looking to take a bite out of the growing pet-care market.
Publishing Executive Inbox spoke with Wendy Riches, executive vice president of Meredith Group's national media group, about its recent acquisition of the mobile agency.
Regis Salons, the flagship brand of parent company Regis Corp., launched its quarterly magazine called The Hair Book on April 6.
While there is no denying the digital revolution, a new study by Publishing Executive, called the “2008 Publishing Advertising Trends Study,” shows that online revenue is not exceeding print revenue for most publishers … and the majority of publishers don’t expect it to—that’s right, ever. For the study, Publishing Executive worked with independent research company Readex Research to survey Publishing Executives from a variety of industry segments including business-to-business (b-to-b), consumer, association and professional publishing. More than 250 publishers participated. What did the study’s findings reveal? For starters, 89 percent of respondents said their organization’s current online revenue does not exceed its print revenue.