Services like Magzter and NextIssue promise a digital version of the old-fashioned newsstand, where people can flip through the virtual pages of their favorite magazines — but that’s not the way most people consume content any more
Flipboard has launched a major redesign of its social-magazine app, adding smarter curation tools using technology from Zite, which it acquired in March, as well as a daily newspaper-style magazine that will be curated by the company’s editorial staff
When print magazines are gone, how much will we miss them?
The technique uses normal screen-printing technology and doesn’t require a clean room, so it could pave the way for the low-cost inclusion of basic displays on packaging and in magazines.
Wired staffer and tech-journalism veteran Steven Levy announced on Wednesday that he is leaving the magazine to join Medium, the platform/magazine founded by former Twitter CEO Evan Williams, and will be creating a technology hub or vertical for the site
Time Warner has spun off its magazine-publishing arm as a separate company, but the legendary firm faces the same challenge as the New York Times and other traditional media players: How to get from a print-centric world to a digital one
Medium says it is continuing to experiment with how best to compensate writers, but the recent departure of the contributing editor behind one of its collections shows there is still a tension between Medium the magazine and Medium the open platform
In a manifesto for where he wants to take Bloomberg Media, new CEO Justin Smith talked about expanding the financial news giant’s reach on the web — including a rethinking of its Businessweek strategy — as well as moving aggressively into mobile and video
Flipboard, a leading mobile news-reading and content-sharing app, is acquiring one of its main competitors — an app called Zite — from CNN for a reported $60 million and forming an advertising and content partnership with CNN for all of the media giant’s content
First Look Media, the new venture from eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, has launched The Intercept from Glenn Greenwald — the first of what it calls a family of “digital magazines.” But the company’s strategy is much smarter than that term makes it sound