American Airlines Publishing
Ink, the world's leading travel media company, will produce three magazine titles for American Airlines starting January 2015. American Airlines, now the biggest in the world after its merger with US Airways, has appointed Ink to produce content and sell advertising for multiple media platforms, including onboard magazines in print, online, mobile and tablet formats.
Mike McCue thought he was done. Two years after selling his startup Tellme Networks to Microsoft for a reported $800 million-plus, McCue essentially completed his efforts to integrate the company's innovative voice-recognition software into the Microsoft platform. So in mid-2009 he handed over the reins, turned in his resignation and set his sights on a life of leisure--maybe the occasional angel investment here, perhaps some philanthropy work there, a whole lot of family time in between.
Village Voice Media, which publishes 13 alternative weekly newspapers including the Village Voice and LA Weekly (as well as their corresponding websites), is finally cutting ties with classifieds section Backpage.com—a constant thorn in the company's side as well as a major source of its revenue. But it remains to be seen whether the group can replace that revenue along with ads that the bad publicity cost the company.
Welcome news from Nick Bilton: the FAA finally is revisiting the policy that keeps Kindles, iPads and the like turned off during takeoffs and landing.
Last year's most engaging magazine ads were not necessarily the ones with the most expensive creative or the highest media spend.
The one thing most of them do share, however, is a strong connection between the medium and the message. Several of the top ads, for example, are exceptionally "endemic" to the magazines in which they appear -- an Xbox "Halo" ad in Official Xbox Magazine or an American Airlines ad in American Way. These highly targeted ads have an in-built appeal to the readers of these magazines.
FutureMark Paper Company, the only North American manufacturer capable of producing up to 100-percent recycled coated paper for magazines and catalogs, significantly expanded its customer roster in 2011.
One hundred and sixty guests feted the custom content industry's highest honors this year at a festive celebration at Guastavino's in New York City Monday evening.
The Custom Content Council will celebrate 50 companies on Thursday, November 11th at the seventh annual Pearl Awards Ceremony at The Water Club in New York City.
In the midst of all the headlines last October detailing the deterioration of the nation’s stock market and banking system—not to mention the folding of more than a few consumer magazines—you may have missed this one: The Food Network launched a print magazine. Already well-established on TV and the Web, the brand culminated its multichannel integration by entering the print medium.
New York, NY -- November 28, 2005 -- Eighty-eight awards were presented in 30 categories at the second annual Pearl Awards, hosted by the Custom Publishing Council (CPC), at the University Club in New York City. Hosted A team of 30 judges poured over 357 entries to identify publications demonstrating the best in strategy, design and editorial. Applicants submitted entries in both business-to-business and business-to-consumer sectors, as well as by circulation size, and were awarded gold, silver and bronze awards. The 2005 Pearl Award winners were: *(denotes number of awards received) The Magazine Group WebMD the Magazine (6) Biz Tech for