Top Consumer Media Stories
- Lift off: How Electronic Sound is going from single print issue to monthly digital magazine
- What the connected future means for publishers
- Stagnation not stability: The shrinking print consumer magazine pond
- Informa's 2014 show it still struggling to revitalise its business information division
- DMGT's Q1 results show B2B still compensating for consumer arm's digital transition
- Noble failures: Five digital publishing efforts which didn't go the distance
Latest Consumer Media Analysis
23rd February 2015
In the first of a series of case studies into how a number of digital magazines are navigating those challenges, we speak to Electronic Sound magazine's co-founder Christopher 'Push' Dawes, about the challenges facing a new digital music magazine.
20th February 2015
Like it or not, we are starting to see a whole range of objects become connected by sending signals and messages to each other, alerting our mobile devices, and creating databanks on everyone. That's great news for data-hungry publishers looking to become indispensible to their audience through more targeted content - and could be good for consumers as well.
17th February 2015
The overall print market for consumer magazines is shrinking - but there's relatively little volatility at the top of the food chain.
13th February 2015
For Informa to divest itself of its slowing BI division might make sense right now but Informa's plan over the next two years show it to be doubling down on providing a valuable service for its existing subscribers.
4th February 2015
Following its recent acquisition of controversial news and lifestyle site Elite Daily DMGT's sites now reach over 50 percent of US adults aged 18 - 34 daily. That and other green shoots in its Q1 results suggest DMGT media might soon be able to compensate for falling print revenue.
Latest Consumer Media News
MediaGuardian1st January 2015
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Brand Republic16th December 2014
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Adexchanger.com25th November 2014
Following on the heels of its buy button announcement and its recent CardSpring acquisition, Twitter announced the introduction of what it’s calling Twitter Offers – another step by the social network to add more commerce functionality to its offering. Twitter bought CardSpring back in July. The platform enables the creation of payment applications, a clear complement […]
MediaGuardian14th November 2014
Publishing giant to pay more than 7,000 interns between $700 and $1,900 after lawsuit said some had been paid less than a dollar an hour