20 May 2013 - Melbourne, FL – Atex today announces the release of its latest OneView Advertising platform, which includes more than 30 new browser-based features that enable media companies to more effectively manage and monetize the end-to-end lifecycle for all digital, mobile, broadcast, radio and print ads.
At the MPA Digital: Technology conference in New York last Thursday, three publishers and a developer talked about the power, potential and pitfalls of HTML5, providing a snapshot of what the technology means to publishers.
Six senior-level executives from magazine media companies have been named to the Board of Directors of MPA - The Association of Magazine Media.
Atex announces the release of Ad Server Integration, a new Atex Advertising module that streamlines the entire online advertising workflow for media companies.
It's been a tough year for printers, and Publishing Executive's annual "Top Magazine Printers" list (opposite page) is a stark indicator of how the recession has hurt the bottom line for companies regardless of size, region or market served. Only five of the 23 printers on this year's list report an increase in magazine printing revenue compared to last year (although that information was not available for six printers listed). Looking at total printing revenue from all sources (periodicals, catalogs, book manufacturing, newspapers, etc.), just three printers reported higher revenues this year compared to last (one was flat, and for three companies, no comparison information was available).
U.S. News & World Report broadens its distribution horizons with the help of a customized consolidation program. A well-known trademark of U.S. News & World Report (with editorial offices headquartered in Washington, DC, and business offices in New York City) is "News You Can Use." To make good on that promise, the magazine must unfailingly do two things: provide its readers with useful editorial content and deliver the publication on time. Evolution of a newsweekly Solid editorial content is a standard that all U.S. News & World Report staffers must maintain. The longstanding history of the publication dictates the need for top-notch reporting.
Anticipating the Labor Day holiday weekend, Newsweek staffers hastened to wrap up production of the September 1, 1997, issue a day early. By Saturday night, August 30, the magazine was already on press and Newsweek's editorial, art and production personnel were out on the town, on vacation or tucked snugly in their beds (visions of barbecues and quality time with family and friends dancing in their heads). As the clock ticked its way into Sunday in New York City, however, the tragedy that would shock the world proved an especially rude awakening for the newsweekly's staff and publishing partners. News of Diana's death broke