Brands are seeing success with Flipboard’s custom magazines: The company says that between 10 and 20 percent of users who click on a brand’s magazine actually end up subscribing to it.
Social magazine Flipboard added eight new employees this week, including three former Hulu executives, bringing the company’s total head count to 77.
Twitter is changing its board again – and this time it is adding Peter Chernin, one time News Corp executive and the architect of Hulu, to its board. Chernin’s social media credentials are lower than my baseball batting average, so it is all about advertising & money!
Introducing RoadMap Book, which we’ve designed and printed to exclusively give to all our RoadMap attendees. RoadMap, coming up on November 5th in San Francisco, is focused on design in the age of connectedness, and our book features interviews and essays from thought leaders.
Startups that are focused on design are emerging as the web and mobile industry’s most successful companies. What does it take to make a commitment to design? Mike McCue, Flipboard’s co-founder and CEO has some ideas.
It’s like getting dumped on the day of your big promotion. That’s how Flipboard must have felt after two prominent magazines said they were leaving just hours after the popular news aggregator announced a groundbreaking partnership with the New York Times.
Flipboard, which made its name with a slick iPad app, is now branching out. The company is announcing a brand new iPhone app that is slick, sticky and addictive. The game plan, according to CEO Mike McCue, is to take attention away from the old-fashioned browser.
News aggregation app Flipboard has introduced new features to support its upcoming iPhone version, whilst also apparently preparing to re-la…
One of iPad’s flagship apps wants to help publishers sell ads by flipping back to familiar old print rules. “One of the big problems with th…
Flipboard was created out of a desire to reinvent media consumption for a digital and tablet age, but that doesn’t mean it can’t help existing publications repair their damaged business models, editorial director Josh Quittner told attendees at GigaOM’s Mobilize conference in San Francisco on Monday.