Crain Communications Inc.
Crain Communications Inc is a major publishing conglomerate based in Detroit, Michigan. The company publishes a variety of trade newspapers, including some city-based business newspapers, such as Crain's Cleveland Business, Crain's Chicago Business, Crain's Detroit Business, and Crain's New York Business, and Crain's Manchester Business. These weeklies follow the same formula, including finance, manufacturing, health care, real estate, technology, and government sections, as well as an "in-depth" section. In addition to newspaper production, the editors maintain Internet versions of these papers and offer e-mail news briefs free of charge.Crain also produces a number of major industry/trade periodicals, including Advertising Age, TelevisionWeek, BtoB, Creativity, Automobilwoche (in German), Automotive News , AutoWeek, American Coin-Op, American Drycleaner, American Laundry News, Business Insurance, European Rubber Journal, Investment News, Modern Healthcare, Pensions & Investments, Plastics News, Rubber & Plastics News, Tire Business, Urethanes Technology, Waste and Recycling News, and Workforce Management.
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GM's Cadillac may be on the move, though the automaker on Tuesday denied reports that it has decided to shift lead responsibilities for its advertising from Fallon-based Minneapolis to Detroit-based Campbell Ewald. Cadillac spokesman David Caldwellsaid that while the carmaker will be reviewing the account, it has yet to make a decision on where it will land.
he b-to-b media industry has seen a recent surge in M&A deals, capping a year in which the sector showed signs of renewed strength. In just the first week of the new year, publishers announced these deals: Farm Journal Media acquired a. . .
A new B2B tablet edition used to be a rare event, but things are starting to heat up.
BBC launches mobile sports app for the UK; Lambrakis Press updates app for the Greek edition of Marie Claire; Crain's Chicago Business gets performance upgrades
The BBC today launched a mobile sports app for the iPhone, with an Android version promised soon.
12 Apps of Christmas: the trend of web properties launching tablet magazines gets a boost from Huffington
The Twelve Days of Christmas runs from Christmas Day to the evening of January 5th, or Twelfth Night. But TNM's 12 Apps of Christmas, which beganlast week, will look at significant media apps (or trends) released in 2012. Today we look at June, continuing the series through New Year's Eve.
The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Leandro Oliva. 1. 2012 saw more print magazine launches than a year earlier, with fewer pubs folding(Crain's) 2. Royal phone scandal highlights new media risks(Reuters) 3. Washington Post appears to be a dinosaur - but has already evolved(The Guardian) 4.
Haymarket Business Media and Dennis Publishing release new tablet editions that use the Pugpig framework
Keeping on the theme of the Brits, here are two new tablet editions released today.
Update: Crain's Chicago Business; Chronicle sports writer promotes the 49ers iPad edition inside column
Earlier this Crain Communications released a new app for.
Crain Communications launches iPad app for Crain's Chicago Business, developed by Redpoint Technologies
Crain Communications has not been a big believer in the mobile and tablet platforms, its ad news magazine Advertising Age still missing from the App Store except for an old mobile app released by Polar Mobile.
Laura Allen has made it her mission to keep local youngsters from being bored by teaching them 21st century skills like robotics and claymation. Ms. Allen, who previously directed the computer department at The Buckley School in Manhattan, keeps them busy with preschool and after-school programs and camps at the Upper West Side location of her Manhattan-business, RoboFun, and in classes in nine local public schools.