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Inside The New Yorker’s Digital Strategy
April 11, 2014

The New Yorker, ambling at its own pace, is busy upping its digital game.

Not only has NewYorker.com significantly increased its digital metabolism, but it has also boosted its monthly audience to an excess of 10 million, thanks to a smart distribution strategy that spans social networks and mobile platforms. One of the site's most popular posts last year, "How Facebook makes us unhappy" is emblematic of the sort of digital-only content the site is now creating.

Press Release: NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies Prism Luncheon to Honor Condé Nast CEO Charles Townsend
April 9, 2014

The Advisory Board of the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) Graphic Communications Management and Technology (GCMT) graduate program has selected Charles Townsend, chief executive officer of Condé Nast, as the recipient of the 2014 Prism Award. Presented annually, the Prism Award recognizes distinguished leadership in the graphic communications media industry.

Billionaire Pat McGovern, Founder of IDG, Dies at 76
March 21, 2014

Media pioneer Patrick McGovern died on Wednesday at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto at the age of 76. McGovern was the founder and chairman of International Data Group , which publishes  200 magazines, operates 460 websites and produces 700 events in 79 countries around the world. Its most well-known magazine, PCWorld, with 39 million readers in 49 countries, announced in July 2013 that it would move to an all-digital format in the U.S.

U.S. Paper Industry Gets an Unexpected Boost
March 11, 2014

For three generations, Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. ran a mill at the juncture of the Mohawk and Hudson rivers, selling paper to IBMIBM +0.13% Exxon Mobil, General Electric and other corporate giants for annual reports.

But as business moved online, company President Thomas D. O'Connor Jr. was left to rescue the firm his grandfather founded 83 years ago in a former Civil War-era ax-handle factory.

Press Release: RPI Selected by little BLUEPRINT to Deliver Personalized Books for Children
December 27, 2013

SEATTLE (Dec. 23, 2013) -- RPI, a leader in make-on-demand, private-label personalized photo books, greeting cards and stationery products for mass and specialty retailers, today announced that it has been selected by little BLUEPRINTTM(www.littleblueprint.com) as the exclusive partner for delivering their customizable books designed to help children manage life's challenges and milestones.

Brown Printing Purchases Xerox Nuvera 314
October 11, 2013

Waseca, MN - Brown Printing Company today announced the acquisition of its first digital press - the Xerox Nuvera® 314EA Perfecting Production System. The new high speed variable data press enables Brown to offer its clients excellent print quality, personalization, content customization, on-demand printing, and fast turnaround times.

A Multiplicity of Magazine Covers, and Just as Many Reasons
June 24, 2013

How many front covers does a magazine have? The logical answer — one — is outdated. In an effort to woo readers — and generate additional advertising revenue — magazines are being published with two, three, four or more front covers, typically appearing one after another as if a printing press had run amok.

At first, a magazine with more than one front cover seems like a house with more than one front door. But there are many reasons for readers and marketers to embrace the concept

Why LinkedIn is a Sleeping Giant of Publishing
February 19, 2013

Let’s say you were to construct the ideal business publisher from scratch. It would have a strong tech platform that doesn’t slow down because of too many users or ads. It would foster direct connections. It would also have writers who were the most influential people in their industries. It would be digitally native. And it wouldn’t be overly reliant on ads.

Now look at LinkedIn. Over the last four months, LinkedIn, always living in the shadow of the sexier social platforms, has quietly built out a publishing platform. It is now a publisher in its own right, under former

Harper’s Embraces the Internet, Relaunches Website
October 25, 2012

Harper’s Magazine officially relaunched their website yesterday, despite publisher Rick MacArthur’s earlier public misgivings on the whole Internet thing.

“This redesign is overdue, we realize—a delay not in keeping with what was once a fairly distinguished digital reputation,” associate editor Jeremy Keehn wrote in a blog post last week. “Harper’s was one of the first magazines to build a website, way back in 1996.”

N+1 Literary Magazine Now Available on Espresso Book Machines
August 21, 2012

n+1, a well-known literary magazine, has joined On Demand Books’ growing Espresso Book Machine (EBM) network, expanding what bookstores and libraries can offer through EBM’s “digital-to-print at retail” sales channel.