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A Year in Review: Major Changes in Digital Publishing Foretold in Late 2013 News Items
December 22, 2014

The end of the year is usually the time when websites like to have people make predictions about the upcoming year. The great thing about the stories, from the point of view of an editor, is that they are often interesting, but readers rarely go back to check to see if any of the predictions came true.

TNM doesn't like to do predictions so there are none to go back and check on. But it is interesting to see what stores were hitting late last year that either foretold the future, or else fell flat.

Quad Announces Executive Leadership Promotions
February 6, 2014

SUSSEX, WI, February 4, 2014 - Quad/Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: QUAD) ("Quad/Graphics" or the "Company"), a global printer and media channel integrator, announces several executive-level promotions to support its strategic business initiatives. The promotions are effective March 1, 2014.

Custom Publishing Sidebar
September 1, 2006

New Custom Publishing Products on the Market King Fish Media www.KingFishMedia.com King Fish Media created Ducklings for Albertsons supermarkets, for mothers of newborns through 5 years of age, and Easy—”entertaining and food made easy" for Shaw’s Supermarkets. Journal Communications www.JnlCom.com The digital edition of Tennessee Home & Farm offers a video segment that Journal Communications produced on the Down-Home Dumplin’ Cook-off, hosted by the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, and an e-commerce mechanism to order the “Down-Home Dumplin’” cookbook. The Pohly Company www.PohlyCo.com Bloom supermarkets and The Pohly Company just re-launched InBloom, a lifestyle magazine for Bloom customers, with an updated editorial approach and design. The company

When Will The Custom Publishing Bubble Burst?
September 1, 2006

Custom publishing has been booming in recent years. So when will the bubble burst? Or will it? According to the Custom Publishing Council (CPC), if consistent research and years of relative statistics are any indication, the industry will continue climbing. To remain at the top of its game, however, custom publishing, like any industry, will have to forge the trends, rather than simply witness their emergence. The Move Toward “Custom Content” One reason for steady growth is the fact that the custom publishing industry comprises more than just print media. “Custom publishing has evolved into an umbrella industry encompassing custom content as a whole, across several