Texterity and The Wonderfactory have teamed up to help magazine publishers deliver content across all tablet and smart phone operating systems as well as the Web.
Reed Exhibitions and TMG unveil the new and expanded JCK magazine this week at the JCK show in Las Vegas.
The Wonderfactory, a New York-based digital strategy and design agency focused on publishers and advertisers, and WoodWing Software, supplier of innovative cross-media publishing solutions, have collaborated on a publishing industry first: tools that enable publishers to produce beautifully-designed and compelling content for the iPad in almost the same way they create content for print.
"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.
Scott Morehouse, who was appointed to vice president of sales for The Magazine Group in Washington, D.C. earlier this month, says custom publishing is booming and that he’ll be looking to “double the size” of the company over the next few years. Morehouse talked with InBox about how The Magazine Group has been able to help advertisers achieve brand engagement as well as help traditional publishers with their own custom publishing. InBox: Since joining The Magazine Group in March after a diverse background in sales and advertising, what have your earliest experiences with custom publishing been like? Morehouse: I’m getting my head wrapped around everything
Top executives from the industry's leading publishing organizations head the roster of speakers for the 2006 PrintMedia Conference and Expo, including: William Barron, vice president, publishing director, Hearst Business Media Ned Borowsky, president and CEO, North American Publishing Company Dora Braschi Cardinale, executive vice president, print production, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. Erik Cullins, associate director of digital development, Time Inc. Nan Forte, executive vice president, WebMD.com consumer services, editor in chief, WebMD Magazine David Greene, president, PostNewsweek Tech Media Bob Kelly, publisher, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Gordon McLeod, president, Sports Illustrated's SI.com Jim O'Brien, vice president of distribution and postal affairs, Time Inc. Ellen
New York, NY -- November 28, 2005 -- Eighty-eight awards were presented in 30 categories at the second annual Pearl Awards, hosted by the Custom Publishing Council (CPC), at the University Club in New York City. Hosted A team of 30 judges poured over 357 entries to identify publications demonstrating the best in strategy, design and editorial. Applicants submitted entries in both business-to-business and business-to-consumer sectors, as well as by circulation size, and were awarded gold, silver and bronze awards. The 2005 Pearl Award winners were: *(denotes number of awards received) The Magazine Group WebMD the Magazine (6) Biz Tech for