Time Inc. Ad Revenue Grows, But Only Because It Bought AmEx Publishing
February 6, 2014

Time Warner, the media company that owns HBO and the Warner Bros. film studio as well as Time Inc. for a few more months, surpassed analysts' estimates for both fourth-quarter revenue and profit in results reported on Wednesday.

Excluding some items, earnings were $1.17 a share, the New York-based company said in a statement. Analysts had predicted $1.15 on average, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Fourth-quarter revenue jumped 5% to $8.6 billion, also topping analysts' estimates.

The Ad Portal Era
March 1, 2010

The idea of the ad portal—a service allowing advertisers and agencies to submit ads to publishers remotely through a system that automatically checks for errors and omissions—has been around for a few years, but has taken on new importance with the spread of browser-based portal options (and the need to automate as many workflow processes as possible to increase efficiency). A process that until recently required downloading often complex software can now be accessed anywhere, by anyone, utilizing easy-to-use tools. Without fanfare, the era of the ad portal has fully arrived.

HudsonYards Studio Services Division Gives Magazine Publishers Powerful New Tools to Efficiently Manage Ad Workflow
March 13, 2008

NEW YORK — HudsonYards, a leading provider of visual media services to all markets, has introduced an extensive array of advanced ad management production services specifically for magazine publishers provided through its Studio Services Division. Publishers Management Tools (PMT), an advanced software suite developed by HudsonYards, is the nucleus of the system now being used to efficiently manage the start-to-finish ad workflow of their prominent consumer magazine clients. Diane Romano, president and chief operating officer of HudsonYards, points out that Studio Services actually initiates the ad workflow process for magazine clients. “Publishers instruct their advertisers to ship materials directly to

Elaine Fry: A Fortuitous Path to Forbes
October 1, 2006

Some people, in their lifetimes, may stumble upon a dollar bill on the sidewalk or upon a stray cat, or they may even accidentally stumble upon a new idea. But Elaine Fry stumbled upon a career that has led her to positions at some of the world’s most prominent publishing companies, such as Billboard, Ziff Davis Media, Penthouse, Time Inc., and eventually to Forbes Inc., where she currently is group director of manufacturing and production, a position she has held for six years. Her career achievements and her involvement in industry initiatives, such as those undertaken by Specifications Web Offset Publications (SWOP), have earned