print-media



Scripps Acquires Newsy for $35 Million

Written on
December 9th 2013
Author
AdotasWire

CINCINNATI, December  9, 2013 (ADOTAS) – The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP) has acquired Columbia, Mo.-based digital video news provider Newsy, a five-year-old startup that has built its early success on a multi-source, multi-platform approach to storytelling. “Newsy adds an important dimension to our video news strategy. It’s a next-generation news ... more...

How Video Advertising Can Help Build Emotional Connections for Your Brand

Written on
April 15th 2013
Author
Ari Brandt

ADOTAS — Truly successful advertising makes a real connection and a lasting impression. Television, magazines and traditional outlets have offered a relatively effective platform for brands: from Apple to Wendy’s, brands have found ways to resonate with their audience in these mediums. But digital advertising, with the most promise, has ... more...

As Time Inc. Seeks a Tune-Up, Motor Trend’s Move to Digital is Firing On All Cylinders

Written on
April 15th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS — Time Warner recently announced that it was spinning off its ailing magazine division, after failing to reach a deal to sell many of Time Inc.’s magazines to the Meredith Corporation. This news has profound ramifications for the publishing industry – a harsh wake-up call that digital publishing may ... more...

Is The Move to Mobile a Race to the Bottom for Publishers?

Written on
February 14th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

For advertisers and publishers, the lifetime value of a customer (LTV) has been crushed by the introduction of digital. The spiraling decline of print has led to a drastic decrease in the number of subscription-based revenues for publishers, who rely heavily on this dependable revenue stream to partially cover high ... more...

End of An Era: Newsweek Says Farewell to Print

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December 26th 2012
Author
Richard L. Tso

Two years ago, Newsweek merged with The Daily Beast with high hopes that the partnership would reinvigorate the brand and bring it into the digital era. With a global economy that now demands lightning quick publishing cycles and new opportunities for advertisers, the merger came too little, too late. Faced with ... more...

2012 Sharing Trends: Guess Who/What Won the Race

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December 19th 2012
Author
AdotasWire

Via AddThis: 2012 was the most socially active year ever on the Internet. We had the most social Olympics ever, the most social Election ever and overall sharing increased 23% from 2011. Hard to believe it’s that time again but we took our annual look back at the year in sharing. Check out ... more...

Report: Newsweek to Go All-Digital in 2013

Written on
October 18th 2012
Author
AdotasWire

Newsweek, the weekly magazine that for decades summarized the news for households across the United States but struggled to maintain relevance in the Internet era, announced on Thursday that it would cease print publication at the end of the year. – The New York Times Read More ... Subscribe to the free ... more...

Maximizing the Potential of QR Codes

Written on
September 14th 2012
Author
Matt Swan

Although the technology is nothing new, in the past few years, Quick Response (QR) codes have become more commonly used. They can be seen everywhere from cash register receipts to billboard advertising and even in store – creating an entirely new shopping experience. QR code adoption has been the biggest challenge ... more...

To Pay, or Not To Pay

Written on
March 17th 2010
Author
Bob

ADOTAS – Only one in five U.S. consumers is willing to pay for online news, according to a recent Pew research study. Pay-per-article or subscription fees simply drive readers elsewhere. These findings are bad news for newspaper and magazine publishers intent on charging readers for online content. ... more...