The Media Minute 08.15.2017

As publishers experiment more with commerce, some are taking advantage of the back-to-school shopping season.

With technology changing so fast, publishers need to make the right choices to keep their digital media business growing.

A conversation with Meredith Parent’s Network Editor-in-Chief, Liz Vaccariello, on some recent changes to the 90-year-old brand.

When the Facebook Journalism Project was introduced earlier this year, it confirmed that the technology company was now also a media company.

Adam Harris joined Hearst Magazines Digital Media as VP of data products in May with a goal to learn more about Hearst readers and connect them with the right advertising.

A new class of books aiming to address women in a different way represents an ascendant artisanal trend in the magazine space.

Google has warned about 700 publishers that their current digital ads would be blocked from reaching consumers under the new Chrome browser system set to be introduced next year that will have much tighter ad-blocking software.

A recent study released by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute identified the top trusted news sources.

Almost a year after Joe Brown was named editor-in-chief of Popular Science, traffic to the magazine’s site and newsstand sales have increased.

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