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Publishers Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Folio Magazine – 2011-09-07

This Sunday will mark a decade since the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States transpired. Many publishers are marking the anniversary with cover treatments and feature stories that not only reflect on the tragedy, but share stories of its survivors. Here, FOLIO: shares how magazines are remembering 9/11, ten years later.
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Pinterest Drives More Traffic to Publishers Than Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit Combined

When it comes to referral traffic from social networks, there's Facebook and Pinterest — and then there's everyone else. Facebook accounted for more than 10%... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-10-16

Pragmatic Publishers Move Beyond the Great Paywall Debate

The paywall is growing up. When the Times rolled out its "leaky paywall" in 2011 -- the Times prefers to talk of meters rather than paywalls -- many critics lambasted the approach. But now, the... | Digiday – 2013-10-17

Publishers need to know their readers to survive in digital era

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Publishers need to get to know their readers and find out what they want if they are to halt the loss of market share to online powerhouses such as Amazon, industry figures say. | Reuters – 2013-10-17

NewsCred Turns Brands And Marketers Into Publishers With NewsRoom

Although big media brands like The New York Times and The Economist aren't going away anytime soon, the online publishing industry increasingly includes brands, marketers, and independent... | Fast Company – 2013-10-17

Iranian Publishers Hope for Change Under New Regime

Under the Iran's new government, the publishing industry promises to be more open and has produced its first ever Persian translation catalog. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-10-17

Flipboard says that it really wants to help publishers, not take advantage of them

Some publishers seem to feel that Flipboard's business model is based on taking advantage of their free content, but the company argues that what it really wants to do is help them stay in business | GigaOM – 2013-10-19

The New Mobile Reality for Advertisers & Publishers

It's a freight train, and it's coming fast. A recent comic strip from Adexchanger sums up quite well the growth in mobile, and how it's affecting publishers and advertisers... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-10-18

How Publishers Hope to Close the Mobile Revenue Gap

Mobile is rising fast as a traffic source, with publishers reporting anywhere from 30 percent to 50 percent of their overall traffic coming from mobile. The problem is mobile ad rates are still a... | Digiday – 2013-10-22

How Publishers Measure Native Ads

Publishers still aren't sure how to measure the effectiveness of native ads. Some say pageviews are the answer. Others say the proof is in engagement. At the Digiday Publishing Summit this week, we... | Digiday – 2013-10-23

Publishers, Agencies Say Native Ads Should Look More Like Editorial, Not Less

The American Magazine Media Conference wasted little time Tuesday delving into one of the ad world's most buzz-worthy and controversial topics: native advertising, the sponsored posts designed to get... | Advertising Age – 2013-10-23

Press regulation: publishers seek judicial review of royal charter decision

Newspaper Publishers Association wants high court to quash government's decision to proceed with parliament's preferred systemA group of national newspaper publishers have launched a legal challenge... | Guardian – 2013-10-25

Publishers Confront Digital at Conference: 'Magazines Are the Original Native Ads'

Joe Ripp, the newly installed CEO at Time Inc., has spent the first eight weeks on the job firing up his troops for the company's spinoff from Time Warner next year. On Wednesday, he seemed intent on... | Advertising Age – 2013-10-24

How Publishers Keep You Lingering Longer

Publishers are no longer just battling for eyeballs. They’re fighting lower attention spans. Digiday spoke with several top outlets to find out what they're doing to get people to spend more time... | Digiday – 2013-10-25

Publishers’ Revenues From Audience Extension Poised to Double in 2014

Online publishers who use audience extension expect their revenues from this practice to at least double in 2014. And, more than half of digital ad buyers (54 percent) plan to spend more on the... | Digiday – 2013-10-25

5 Digital Distribution Tactics for Startups and Publishers

Ann Kubek of INscribe Digital offers five ways independent players, with fewer resources than large conglomerates, can keep up in the race to reach new audiences. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-10-28

Publishers Weekly: Best New Books for the Week of October 28, 2013

First published in Publishers Weekly This week, one of the best novels of 2013, the life of Johnny Cash, and the history of America in 101 objects. Copyright (c) 2013 PWxyz, LLC, Publishers... | The Huffington Post – 2013-10-28

Google Hides Search Terms From Publishers, Marketers

When you're Google, subtle shifts have a big impact. That was the case last month, when the search giant announced it would stop telling publishers -- or anyone else -- what search keywords are... | Advertising Age – 2013-10-28

Gawker Media Invites Publishers onto Its Kinja Platform

Gawker Media is welcoming more than just readers into its Kinja ad-free community; now publishers are signing up and distributing content on the open commenting and blogging platform. | Folio Magazine – 2013-10-28

comScore validated Campaign Essentials™ (vCE) Has Strong Adoption Among Advertisers, Agencies and Publishers in Canada

Established Campaign Ratings Solution in Canada Currently Measures Approximately 12x as Many Impressions as Nearest Competitor TORONTO, Oct. 30, 2013 /CNW/ - comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a lead... | CNW – 2013-10-30

Google Plus Remains an Afterthought for Publishers

A recent study by Shareaholic found that Google Plus generated just .04 percent of traffic referrals in September. Facebook, by comparison, drove 10.37 percent. Gigya, an analytics company, found... | Digiday – 2013-10-31

Publishers are under no pressure to set up a new press regulator

What happens now about press regulation? Answer, according to the deputy prime minister: not a lot.Nick Clegg is reported to have said on LBC radio: "It was always up to the press. It is entirely... | Guardian – 2013-10-31

IAB: 72% of Publishers Are Now Using Programmatic Ad Technologies

Publishers have long held the line against so-called "programmatic" ad-buying technologies for fear they would drive down the price of ads.But that's changed. Now that 85% of online advertisers are... | Advertising Age – 2013-11-04

Study: Programmatic Strategies Adopted by 85 Percent of Advertisers and 72 Percent of Publishers

 Programmatic buying is exploding according to a recent IAB and Winterberry Group study. However, the study also shows that some hurdles are slowing adoption rates. | Folio Magazine – 2013-11-05

98 British publishers folded last year due to e-books, discounts

Closures were up 42% over the previous year, according to the Guardian. The companies that folded included the 26-year-old healthcare publisher Panos London and Evans Brothers.Ninety-eight British... | Los Angeles Times – 2013-11-05

Foreign Publishers in Brazil Still Optimistic Despite Slowdown

Exchange rate swings and the expectation of lower GDP growth have shaken businesses, including publishing. But foreign investors remain optimistic in Brazil's potential. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-11-06

Publishers lodge appeal over ruling against judicial review of royal charter

Industry takes case to court of appeal after high court rejected its application for an emergency injunction over new press regulatorNewspaper and magazine publishers have lodged an appeal against... | Guardian – 2013-11-06

What’s Driving UK Publishers Out of Business?

Nearly 100 UK publishers went out of business over the past year — a 42% increase, over the year before — and several factors are to blame. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-11-08

Music Publishers Take Action Against Lyrics Sites

The National Music Publishers' Association took aim at lyrics websites such as RapGenius this week, serving takedown notices for unlicensed lyrics sites in what they claim is "an... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-11-12

How Publishers Can Win in the Programmatic Era

Audience Accelerator and Digiday will present a no holds barred conversation on buyer and seller practices and the perceptions surrounding audience extension. This post presented by Audience... | Digiday – 2013-11-12

Publishers Get Traffic Boost From Twitter Photos

By using images in tweets, publications like The Atlantic, Grantland, Slate and Wired are turning tweets into the kind of story previews readers already see on Facebook, the front page of a newspaper... | Digiday – 2013-11-13

Rap Genius Already Hugging It Out With Music Publishers

Turns out Sony and Silicon Valley's favorite lyric site were already working together. Rest of the industry should follow ... | AllThingsD – 2013-11-14

Are Video Publishers Playing Hide-and-Seek With Your Ads?

Matt TimothyThere's an old saying: You get what you pay for. But unfortunately, when it comes to your video ad placements, that old adage may not always hold true. Many video publishers, under... | Advertising Age – 2013-11-14

Ad Tech's Master Builder Iponweb Expands to Agencies, Marketers, Publishers

When Boris Mouzykantskii walked into Advertising Age's offices in Midtown Manhattan recently, he was a bit bewildered."I still don't know what I'm supposed and not supposed to say," he said. The... | Advertising Age – 2013-11-18

HarperCollins UK boss tells publishers: take storytelling back from digital rivals

Charlie Redmayne warns that publishers must take their space back by going beyond ebooks to apps, games and videoIt seems a safe bet that few people in the book world have marched in the scarlet... | Guardian – 2013-11-20

Magazine publishers celebrate centenary - with a magazine of course

The trade body for magazine owners, the Professional Publishers' Association (PPA), has produced a limited edition magazine to mark its centenary year.PPA 100, which will be distributed to guests at... | Guardian – 2013-11-20

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Traditional Publishers Are Struggling as Buying Goes Automated

No one expected publishing companies’ digital revenue to catch up to print overnight, but what does it say when that revenue stream at The New York Times Co., Tribune Co. and Time Inc. is... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-11-20

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FutureBook: libraries and publishers talk joint ventures

Collaboration between libraries and publishers in the only way forwards, panellists argued at The... | The Bookseller – 2013-11-21

Ebooks need more attention from their publishers

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Premium Publishers See Hope in 'Native' Sponsorships

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Facebook Drives Massive New Surge Of Traffic To Publishers

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Will US Publishers Risk Dealing with a Russian Ebook Service?

Bookmate, a Russian ebook subscription service, wants to attract English language publishers to its platform to cater to developing markets. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-11-22

Freelance writers file proposed U.S. settlement with publishers

NEW YORK, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Freelance writers seeking compensation from publishers for the reprinting of their work in online databases without permission asked a court on Friday to approve a... | Reuters – 2013-11-23

Hacked Off warns local paper publishers not to join new regulator

A battle for the hearts, minds and pockets of small and medium-sized newspaper publishers is being fought over the new system of press regulation.The large publishing companies who created the... | The Guardian – 2013-11-26

Publishers get together for Movember fundraiser

Staff from Simon & Schuster, Pan Macmillan and Red Lemon Press are calling on employees from... | The Bookseller – 2013-11-27

Yelland backs royal charter and attacks 'flawed' publishers' regulator

Former Sun editor David Yelland is sure to be unpopular with his old boss, and virtually every serving newspaper editor, by calling for the press to be regulated through the royal charter rather than... | The Guardian – 2013-11-29

A Facebook Tweak Gives Publishers a Traffic Boost

Facebook has altered its newsfeed algorithm, which is turning out to be great news for online publishers. Major sites say the social network has driven more referrals in the past month than ever... | Digiday – 2013-12-02

Publishers offer online advent calendars

Publishers have launched online advent calendars offering readers prizes in the countdown to... | The Bookseller – 2013-12-02

Shrinking pains: Blip upsets publishers by deleting countless videos

Online video service Blip is trying to scale down from 900,000 publishers to just a few thousand serialized shows. That process is anything but painless. | GigaOM – 2013-12-03

Why Facebook Is Wooing Publishers

Facebook says it wants to continue sending traffic to publishers, citing how news stories perform well in the News Feed. Facebook said it would start showing more links to news stories in particular... | Digiday – 2013-12-03

Publishers, Book Fair Help Revive Cambodia’s Love of Reading

Under the Khmer Rouge, Cambodia's reading culture was destroyed, but over the past five years it has returned with the help of a revitalized publishing industry. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-12-04

Amazon reveals quarter of Kindle ebook sales in US were for indie publishers

Figures from world's biggest bookseller trumpeted as sign of how self-publishing and smaller labels are changing the industryAs many as a quarter of the top 100 Kindle books on Amazon.com are from... | The Guardian – 2013-12-05

Ipso becomes a facto as 90% of publishers leap aboard their own train

I can't repeat my Ipso facto joke yet again. But there, I just did. The announcement that almost all of the major publishers have signed up to fund the Independent Press Standards Organisation, and... | The Guardian – 2013-12-05

Japan's publishers protest over secrecy threat

Japan’s new “authoritarian” Designated Secrets Bill will have dire consequences... | The Bookseller – 2013-12-05

Like This if You Like Pandas! Facebook Says Publishers Shouldn't Fret About News Feed Changes.

The guy who runs Facebook's most valuable real estate explains why the company just changed its rules. | AllThingsD – 2013-12-06

Pocket Reveals Top Stories, Publishers of 2013

The save-it-for-later software service Pocket has released a list of the "best" content from 2013. Pocket's 10 million users saved more than 450 million items (from articles and videos to... | Folio Magazine – 2013-12-12

Game publishers vow to help YouTubers fight rogue copyright assault

YouTube gaming videos inundated by copyright claim clampdown after Google enabled new automated copyright infringement video scanner. By Samuel GibbsSamuel Gibbs | The Guardian – 2013-12-12

How Rising Paywalls Are Already Paying Off for Publishers

An Online Publishers Association study says online subscriptions don't cannibalize print demand and that publishers can charge higher advertising rates when readers pay for content | Business Week – 2013-12-13

When will publishers wake up to the challenge of Amazon?

The books industry still underestimates the disruptive power of Jeff Bezos's awesome ambitionSo Amazon are the bad guys, again. At least according to Harper's Magazine they are. For the former Amazon... | The Guardian – 2013-12-13

Reddit Draws Readers, Authors, Publishers

For anyone struggling with choosing the perfect literary present this holiday season, there’s a large, vocal, and opinionated group that just might be able to help: the more than one million... | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-13

“The Majority Do Not Know What Publishers Actually Do”

The 2013 PA International Conference in London lamented the general lack of appreciation for the role of publishers and lauded the revival of indie booksellers. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-12-16

EDICOLA ITALIANA is the Italian Publishers’ Platform of the Sale of Digital Newspapers and Magazines.

Consorzio Edicola Italiana has entered into an exclusive agreement with Premium Store, a Digital Magics startup company. The scope of this agreement is the  development... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-12-16

Publishers’ Big Hits: 2013

Execs at Huffington Post, Washington Post, BuzzFeed and Dow Jones tell Digiday what was the best mobile, native, branded content, video and social media they saw in 2013.The post Publishers’... | Digiday – 2013-12-17

Compliance audits increase as software publishers crack down on licensing

A report by IT and software asset management specialist Express Metrix shows that over the last two years software publishers are conducting more and more compliance audits, with 53 percent of those... | Betanews – 2013-12-17

For Publishers, User-Generated Content is The New Opportunity

Buzzfeed, Gawker and Forbes are three publishers leading the way with UGC. | Folio Magazine – 2013-12-19

Ebyline Launches Pitch Board to Better Connect Seasoned Freelancers and Publishers

It can be hard out there for a freelancer. The avalanche of emails, stiff competition, low pay and ignored invoices all make it a real challenge. That’s why Ebyline, a conduit between... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-12-19

The publishers' year: hits and misses of 2013

Publishers choose their books of the year, and the ones that got awayRobin Robertson Deputy publishing director, Jonathan CapeThe book that made my year: Many years ago, I was sitting in Blake's bar... | The Guardian – 2013-12-20

'Shelf-help' books set to fill publishers' coffers in 2014

New 'intellectually credible' self-improvement books set to outsell celebrity biographies in 2014Sir Alex Ferguson may have the coveted Christmas number one spot with the record-breaking sales of his... | The Guardian – 2013-12-29

Publishers, libraries poke fun at the cold

The publisher Consortium Books posts its own video of hot water being tossed in the air in frigid weather, while a library recommends keeping a book at hand when it's cold outside. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-01-08

Media Advisory - Turning Digital Into Dollars: CJF J-Talk features Canada's top publishers on what's working for their news outlets

TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - Traditional newspaper outlets are throwing up paywalls, pouring resources into digital, and increasing the amount of sponsored content—all in an effort to find a... | CNW – 2014-01-08

Should Major Publishers Change Their Core Mission?

Self-publishing sees traditional publishing as in denial about what readers want. But the problem isn't self-abnegation, it's capacity and mission. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-01-13

Why Publishers Are Enlisting Programmatic Ad Chiefs

A new senior role is rapidly emerging at the top of digital publishers’ sales organizations: the programmatic czar. Publishers initially approached programmatic advertising warily, concerned it... | Digiday – 2014-01-14

Skimping on Fees and Avoiding Journalists: Are Publishers Doing Native on the Cheap?

From publishers to creative agencies to writer networks, many seem to be making money from native advertising. But one group that doesn’t always share equally in the booty is journalists.... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-01-15

Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Launches Mentorship Program

The SNPA Foundation is launching a new "two-way" mentorship program called Nex Gen this month that will pair young newspaper professionals with experienced industry experts in a structured... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-01-17

Publishers to Ezra Klein: Good Luck! You’ll Need it!

In another era, it would have been unfathomable for a journalist as young as Klein, 29, to leave a venerated publication like the Post in order to strike out on his own. But Klein is just the latest... | Digiday – 2014-01-22

Google Launches AdSense Direct with Small Publishers in Mind

On Tuesday, Jan. 21 Google introduced AdSense Direct, an ad solution for publishers looking to initiate their own direct ad sales. Publishers will need to establish their own deals with advertisers,... | Folio Magazine – 2014-01-22

Why Related Links Are Getting So Racy and What Publishers Can Do About It

The related links section of a news website can often be its most confounding. It's not unusual, for instance, to read through a well thought out, deeply reported article only to find a "Hot Hockey... | Advertising Age – 2014-01-22

New Boutique Publishers Return to the “Essence” of Publishing

France's Allary Éditions and Sweden's Haute Culture Books promise a return to the 'essence' of publishing, producing books with greater care and exuberance. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-01-28

Exprima Talks: Finitiv Offers Revenue Channel for Professional Publishers

Finitiv president Andrew Brenneman describes why his subscription platform for professional publishers might solve the question we're all asking: how do we generate more revenue? | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-01-30

Why Publishers Need to Embrace Automated Ad Selling

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Publishers enjoy surging e-book export sales

UK publishers are reporting strengthening international e-book sales across 2013, with good... | The Bookseller – 2014-01-31

Publishers advertise for chair of new press regulator

Wanted: someone unconnected with the newspaper and magazine publishing industry willing to take on the burden of chairing a new press regulator for £150,000 a year.Applicants are being invited for... | The Guardian – 2014-02-03

Can Textbook Nationalization Curb “Profiteering Publishers”?

Hungary nationalized primary school textbook production to thwart what are viewed as 'profiteering publishers'; Poland and South Africa are considering similar changes. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-02-04

Should The Washington Post, The New York Times, and other Top Publishers Pool Their Video in a Consortium?

Interested in the business of high-quality web video? There’s a lot of good stuff from Washington Post video GM Steven Schiffman in this Beet.TV interview about the Post’s... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-02-06

Canadian agency expects lower e-book prices after publishers deal

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's business competition watchdog said on Friday it has reached an agreement with four major e-book publishers that it expects will lower e-book prices in the country. | Reuters – 2014-02-07

When Publishers Pay for Video Ad Views

Quality video ad inventory is still scarce. That's why companies such as Conde Nast, Meredith, AOL, and Entrepreneur.com are eager to generate as many video views as they possible can, and why they... | Digiday – 2014-02-10

Publishers Want to Bring Binge Consumption to Books

Binge-watching came, saw, and conquered television. Now, the binge is coming to a library near you, as book publishers are looking to make "binge-reading" a thing.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2014-02-11

Publishers Support, Engage, And Immerse Themselves into The Communities They Serve.

By Ellen Harvey The word "community" is used a lot in the magazine business these days. Publishers strive to generate... | Publishing Executive – 2014-02-02

What is Google Newsstand and How Can Publishers Make the Most of It?

Google’s Android is now the most popular smartphone operating system in the UK – so publishers can no longer just talk about iPhone and iPad apps. But despite its increasing... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-02-12

Premium Publishers Are Getting Victimized By Traffic Fraud, Too

In a past life, Michael Tiffany fought cyber crime for financial institutions. Then he notice the same techniques were being used to defraud the advertising industry.The problem was big enough to... | Advertising Age – 2014-02-12

Independent publishers evolve to survive - and thrive

Following a month of upheaval in the independent sector, publishers have told The Bookseller that... | The Bookseller – 2014-02-14

Will the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Hurt Publishers?

Critics of the merger worry Comcast will have unmatched bargaining power in dealing with media companies, essentially turning Comcast into a gatekeeper able to toll digital media companies for faster... | Digiday – 2014-02-14

Facebook Withdrawal: Viral Publishers See Traffic Plunge

Publishers that rely on Facebook to drive large portions of their traffic are at constant risk of having the rug pulled out from under their feet. A recent algorithm tweak may have done just that.... | Digiday – 2014-02-14

Canadian Publishers Adapting to Lower Loon

Publishers and consumers in Canada who had become accustomed to a Canadian dollar at par with the American dollar are adjusting to what appears to be the new reality: a Canadian dollar hovering... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-14

These top publishers are still mobile Web holdouts

The mobile Web experience has improved significantly over the past few years as publishers have come to the realization that this smartphone and tablet thing isn't going away. But there are still... | Digiday – 2014-02-18

German publishers join collecting society to collect money from Google

Twelve German online news publishers have taken a 50 percent stake in collecting society VG Media, with the aim of receiving compensation from search engines that republish parts of news... | PC World – 2014-02-18

Steam's Linux game count explodes in one year, big publishers still absent

Since Valve released the first stable version of Steam for Linux a year ago, the number of Linux-supported games has grown more than fivefold.Valve's digital game distribution service now hosts 333... | PC World – 2014-02-20

Wake-Up Publishers, and Look Beyond Circulations

In a world where consumers are increasingly consuming content on mobile devices, and print readerships continue to decline, it's clear the whole concept of media ABCs is antiquated. Although... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-02-20

Do publishers need a WhatsApp strategy?

WhatsApp, Facebook's bold $19 billion acquisition, may be best known as a cross-platform instant messaging service for smartphones. But it could become an invaluable distribution tool for... | Digiday – 2014-02-21

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