Today In Publishing
Two ALM execs discuss the launch of the publisher's Audience First platform and their strategy to deliver ‘smart marketing, not spray-and-pray.’
Bonnie Kintzer, President & CEO of Trusted Media Brands, shares why it’s important to connect with industry peers at a tech-focused event like FUSE Media. She also discusses the role technology has played in driving TMB's revenue growth and looks ahead to the industry’s biggest emerging challenge.
Consumers don’t like display ads. To drive performance, publishers must consider new ad formats consumers actually want to engage with.
From NowThis news videos to Thrillist travel lists, content from Group Nine Media brands reaches more than 80% of Americans in their 20s. In a move to match its audience’s content consumption habits, the mobile-first publisher has partnered with broadcast company iHeartMedia to co-produce a new slate of podcasts.
As a data and analytics consultant, I often get called in when things do not work out as planned or expected. I guess my professional existence is justified by someone else’s problems. If everyone follows the right path from the beginning and everything goes smoothly all of the time, I would not have much to…
Consumers are rapidly embracing voice technology, leading publishers in search of tools that can efficiently produce audio versions of content. Responding to demand, BlueToad partnered with Amazon to launch Amazon Polly's new NTTS Newscaster voice. BlueToad CEO Paul DeHart discusses the launch and the future of audio in this interview.
To be a successful leader in magazine media you must slow down and take stock of what others in the industry are doing – and how you can manage change in your own organization. Each summer, the Yale Publishing Course invites publishing leaders to step into a classroom setting and spend a week doing just that. Here are a few key takeaways from this year's course.
Sheel Shah, VP of Strategic Partnerships & Consumer Products at Hearst Magazines, will kick off the 2019 FUSE Media Summit with an opening keynote. We connected with Shah for a quick Q&A to hear more about his role at Hearst and how he sees technology impacting the media landscape.
Since the dawn of reporting, one question has been elevated above all others: Does this serve the public interest? In today's increasingly polarized news environment, advertisers are dictating the kinds of content they will and won’t associate their brand with. Increasingly, and unfortunately, the content they seek to distance themselves from is the very kind that serves the public interest most.
Though the merger of megaprinters Quad and LSC Communications has been called off, publishers may still find it harder to strike a favorable printing deal in the coming months. Calling magazine and catalog printing “a broken part” of LSC, Tom Quinlan, the CEO, indicated earlier this month that LSC would be scaling back that part of…