The constant decline in advertising revenue for magazine publishers is a worrying statistic that has not only seen the closure of iconic titles and long standing businesses, but also the departure of friends from the industry.
Late last year, Danish News Association’s chairman Jon Lund released an article “Why tablet magazines are a failure”, sparking much controversy in the digital world. His points were well argued and draw on areas that the world of digital publishing definitely needs to improve upon. But calling tablet magazines a complete failure after only three… Read more »
Most magazines release their print content on a monthly basis, and their digital content in unpredictable spurts – but what could be the benefits of creating smaller digital weeklies for their audiences?
Future Publishing Australia has purchased two technology brands, APC and TechLife from Bauer Media Group for an undisclosed price. What does this buy mean for leading tech titles?
Vogue Australia has announced that one of its digital arms, Miss Vogue, will be undergoing a transformation that some have described as simultaneously trend -bucking and -setting. What is the real value of the Vogue print magazine?
Providing flexibility in content consumption can be beneficial for news publications, journalists, and customers alike. Maybe this is why we’ve seen a rise in author based subscriptions.
Being content creators and publication producers means that sometimes we spend so much time focusing on the making great books and magazines that we leave little time for the rest of the of the publication process. I say rest of the process because the changing nature of publishing means that we can now get involved in… Read more »