Los Angeles, CA (November 1, 2012) – SAGE has been chosen by the World Future Society to publish its journal, the World Future Review (WFR), beginning in early 2013. WFR aims to further the study of future trends and better societal alternatives for researchers and practitioners alike.
Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced that Vital Source has grown its e-textbook offering with the acquisition of VPG Integrated Media.
In today’s publishing world, content must be easily and instantaneously manipulated—no matter whether it’s headed to the Web, a magazine or a directory, burned to a CD or DVD, or broadcast in the form of a podcast. “Content repurposing … should certainly be top-of-mind for magazine publishers,” suggests John Kreisa, director of product marketing, Mark Logic Corp., San Carlos, Calif. “Putting the right infrastructure in place is key to tapping into that market. …” But evaluating whether to “build or buy” is often a publisher’s first hurdle. “I think the decision … should be based upon business objectives and expectations for growth,” says Peter
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. -- Thomson Gale, part of The Thomson Corp. has signed two agreements that will bring more than 100 peer-reviewed, full-text journals to its ever-expanding InfoTrac databases. The agreements are with Sage Publications and Internet Scientific Publications for high-end science, technology and medicine (STM) content. The health content also will be added to the Health and Wellness Resource Center. In the past year, Thomson Gale has added nearly 500 journals to its databases, bringing the number of periodicals available through InfoTrac to 10,200. More than 3,500 of these titles are peer-reviewed and less than 330 of the full-text titles have embargoes. These recent