Prometheus

Press Release: Readly adds over 50 top titles to all-you-can-read app
November 21, 2014

Readly, a company that's changing how people discover and read magazines, has added over 50 new titles from 9 publishers to its service. These include U.S.-based Wenner Media's Rolling Stone and Men's Journal; American Media's Shape, Star, and OK! Magazine; Rodale's Men's Health, Women's Health, and Prevention; Prometheus Global's Adweek, Hollywood Reporter, and Billboard; Hoffman's Cooking with Paula Deen and Victoria; ESPN's ESPN The Magazine; Annie's Country Sampler and Creative Knitting; and InterMedia Outdoor's Guns & Ammo, Handguns, and Fly Fisherman.

Advertising Age to Reduce Its Print Frequency
January 9, 2014

Advertising Age, the trade publication introduced in 1930, said Monday that it would publish its print edition 25 times a year rather than weekly.

The magazine, the largest publication in the ad trade field, announced the change in an email sent to subscribers on Monday. The 25 issues to be published this year compares with 46 in 2013. (Advertising Age typically combined weekly issues in July, August, November and December.)

In Digital World, Advertising Age Redesigns Print Publication
August 28, 2012

A weekly trade publication covering Madison Avenue since the Hoover administration will soon introduce its most significant redesign in years, as part of efforts to further redirect its editorial focus in a digital world toward analysis from breaking news.

The publication, Advertising Age, owned by Crain Communications, made its debut in 1930 and grew to become the largest in its field. The redesign, scheduled for the Sept. 10 issue, will be comprehensive, affecting even the familiar oversize Ad Age format.

Consolidation of Trade Publications Nears
April 12, 2011

The long-planned consolidation of three familiar trade publications into one is beginning at Prometheus Global Media. Monday brought the final issues of two publications, Brandweek and Mediaweek, which have been published along with their sibling, Adweek, for almost 20 years.