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At least is doing more than Fortune.com…and is less gimmicky than Forbes.com… Read more »

Funny this: IDG, the company behind Macworld and more than 300 other publications, will soon launch iPodworld — a magazine dedicated to App… Read more »

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Business 2.0 has redesigned its website and now loks exactly like its sister magazine Fortune’s website. As if Fortune people weren’t threat… Read more »

After Future Publishing, IPC Media (owned by Time Warner U.S.) is junping on the ridiculous magazine launch bandwagon…
It is launching a d… Read more »

I am increasingly confused about KeepMedia mission, and I’m changing my views. What is it: a digital magazines superstore where you can brow… Read more »

A call to arms for respect online ad creds, sort of. “Here’s my take on freebies: enough is enough. Now that publishers have become bona fid… Read more »

Red Herring, the shuttered new economy print magazine which was relaunched as an online-only site last year (a story which I broke here), is… Read more »

Of course, Jon Friedman can’t resist kissing you know what…
“It is the most exciting magazine on the planet,” says Chris Anderson, Editor… Read more »

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(Links to a PDF report): American Business Media held a panel discussion on this topic, and Readex did a survey on this…
Lists how readers… Read more »

Found this interesting nugget in the latest Media Business magazine’s June Issue…download here…section two…
Can anyone tell me why Hol… Read more »

Rex Hammock points to an interesting experiment by online basketball subscription news site, Hoopsworld.com, which is launching a print maga… Read more »

A story on how magazines such as Business 2.0 and Wired are now faring, with ad revenues growing at double-digit rates…
Each claims a circ… Read more »

Pat Kenealy, CEO of tech publisher IDG is scared, sorta, as he well should be, being in the tech media business…”Google has created a reve… Read more »

It is the kind of hare-brained schemes which put Future Publishing (its division Imagine Media) in serious trouble during the heydays back… Read more »

Rolling Stone is getting into the ringtones game. Rather late, I have to say. It has tied up with mobile content developer Dwango North Amer… Read more »

Forbes.com is hitting the big gun, Wall Street Journal (the print version), in touting its bigger reach…In one online campaign, Forbes.com… Read more »

BusinessWeek Online wants to give Forbes.com and the WSJ.com a run for their money with more original content, regular special reports, and… Read more »

All the laddie magazines are having a party together, it seems: The recent flurry of activity in the men’s magazine market is being matched… Read more »

From the ever-informative Outsell Inc’s weekly e-mail newsletter, comes the news that KeepMedia is now positioning itself as the “online med… Read more »

Business 2.0 is the latest magazine to laynch a blog…seems like a decent effort…I think this is the first magazine with the Time Inc sta… Read more »

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