The Media Minute 12.06.2017

Facebook’s ambitions to produce TV-like content has a problem: Creators still aren’t happy with the money they’re making off commercials and sponsorships Facebook sells.

Print sales might be on the rise, but that does not mean publishers are turning their backs on digital content altogether.

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect May 25, 2018.

Earlier this month, when Forrester released their 2018 predictions guide, one prediction in particular piqued marketers’ and advertisers’ interests.

Sometimes niche publishers think about technology as the one thing that will transform their business and boost revenues.

We like to make money. We think there is money in print and more print, and we like to make money and grow profits in digital.

With increased competition, and the growth in internet content and niche media, publications are rethinking their formats, revenue streams and tech tools for engaging readers.

Sunset, a magazine that began as a railroad journal in 1898 to encourage people to travel to the West Coast, was sold Thursday by Time Inc. to private equity firm Regent LP, the companies announced.

When we started working on the annual Ad Age Magazines of the Year package in the fall, there were six large magazine publishers: American Media Inc., Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, Rodale and Time Inc.

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