NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Apr 1, 2015) - Magzter, the largest and fastest-growing digital magazine store and newsstand in the world, with more than 25 million users globally, today announced the addition of over 500 new titles to Magzter GOLD, the 'all-you-can-read' digital magazine subscription service that gives users unlimited access to the largest library of digital magazines across mobile, tablet and web for $9.99 a month.
Five senior-level executives from magazine media companies have been elected to the Board of Directors of MPA – The Association of Magazine Media, it was announced at the start of the 2012 AMC – The Magazine Media Conference in San Francisco, CA, by Mary Berner, President & CEO, MPA.
Six senior-level executives from magazine media companies have been named to the Board of Directors of MPA - The Association of Magazine Media.
Necessity, it is said, is the mother of invention—and in the case of business-to-business media company Diversity Woman, that certainly seems to hold true.
"Magazine publishing, more than many other fields, has long been a great career for women …,” says Patricia B. Fox, senior vice president, operations, and general manager, Healthy Living Group at Active Interest Media. Fox, along with the other women Publishing Executive selected for its first-annual “Top Women in Magazine Publishing” feature, exemplify the greatness that women have achieved in this industry.
Black Enterprise, a business and investment resource for African Americans, relaunched BlackEnterprise.com this week with more original and interactive content and a wider, cleaner layout. The site also now features a multimedia library of free online video access to Black Enterprise’s television programming including “Our World with Black Enterprise” and “Black Enterprise Business Report.” The company’s radio program, “Black Enterprise Magazine’s Keys to a Better Life,” is also available in audio format. “With the relaunch of BlackEnterprise.com, we can leverage the phenomenal power of the Black Enterprise brand across all mediums—print, online, radio and television,” says Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., Black Enterprise’s president
In a time when publishers everywhere are scratching their heads in search of ancillary profits, brand extensions and a steady stream of advertisers, Earl Graves Ltd., Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Shutterbug magazine are examples of companies prospering from an approach that others in the industry could do well to notice: broadcasting their brand. Black Enterprise magazine, a business and investment publication oriented toward African American professionals, corporate executives and entrepreneurs, has been Earl Graves Ltd.’s cornerstone for more than 35 years. With 3.7 million readers, the monthly magazine is a major player in the publishing industry. But Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., the company's