Magazine Publishing

21st April 2014

Look magazine and Simply Be launch fashion collection

Look magazine, Britain's biggest-selling weekly fashion magazine, has joined forces with fashion retailer Simply Be to launch its first clothing collection
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13th April 2014

Why magazines aren't screwed

Rating "magazine media" rather than just print copies means that magazines as an industry are doing just fine. (Digiday)
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9th April 2014

How to measure engagement

Three publishers share their secrets on different approaches media brands are taking to strengthen customer relationships. (The Guardian)
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4th April 2014

Op-ed: Demystifying royalties for magazine publishers

Publishers have a very narrow view of where royalties can come from and find the different options complicated - but opportunities do exist (Op-ed)
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4th April 2014

Haymarket posts £8m loss, Heseltine returns

Owner of magazines, including Campaign and Autocar, produces one-off results for 18 months and outlines reorganisation (Guardian)
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3rd April 2014

Future puts 50 titles on PressReader’s network

PressReader offers global media outlets including 15,000 hotels, libraries, airlines, airport lounges and cruise ships
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1st April 2014

Readly launches the Spotify of magazines

A Spotify-like magazine service has launched called Readly, offering a selection of magazines for a flat monthly fee (Pocket-Lint)
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1st April 2014

IPC to close Nuts and exit young men's sector

IPC Media has announced that it has entered into a 30-day consultation with staff about the potential closure of Nuts and Nuts.co.uk
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26th March 2014

3 ways digital has changed women’s magazines

A new book “Remake Remodel: Women’s Magazines in the Digital Age” shows just how much women's magazines have been transformed by digital (Poynter)
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25th March 2014

Condé Nast predicts huge rise in video content

President Bob Sauerberg talks about the future of Condé Nast, including his attempts to grow online revenue (Crains)
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