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Topic: Newspapers, Magazines

Huey Takes Power at Time Inc.

Within days of Jack Griffin’s being fired as CEO of Time Inc., his name disappeared from its corporate Web site. The name that now sits atop the organizational chart is…

Apple Sub Plan Might Mean War

When Apple announced its iPad subscription plan for newspapers and magazines last week, publishers should have jumped for joy. It was the announcement they had been waiting for, after all.…

10 Takes on The Daily

When News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch unveiled his new iPad newspaper, The Daily, on Feb. 2, he declared it “will be the model for how stories will be…

Buyouts Begin at Newsweek

Some 30 Newsweek staffers in 12 editorial job categories have just been offered buyouts, Adweek has learned.  The number of buyout offers is actually smaller than early rumors suggested it…

For Apple, Publishers, It's One Step Forward, One Back

Apple has finally released its long-awaited subscription model for newspapers, magazines and other content-based apps sold in its App Store. As expected, the device maker is permitting publishers to sell…

Next Issue Consortium Falls Down to Earth

Once, Next Issue Media looked like it might have a bright future. An unprecedented collaboration by five of publishing’s biggest companies, Next Issue was intended to secure their digital future…

Time Inc. Makes Another Play for Tablet Customers

Time Inc. just announced a big deal to sell digital magazine subscriptions on HP’s new TouchPad tablet, and today, it’s continuing its effort to expand access to its magazines with…

Talks Between New York Times, Union Get Heated

The Newspaper Guild is lashing out at The New York Times, saying the newspaper wants to cut pay and benefits for its unionized edit staffers even as it gushes about…

AOL Latino Gets HuffPo-Like Redesign

Even before it acquired The Huffington Post—and, by extension, new content boss Arianna Huffington—at least one of AOL’s sites was taking its cues from HuffPo.  Miguel Ferrer, director of AOL…

Is The Daily DOA?

Just a week into the launch of The Daily—Rupert Murdoch’s much-ballyhooed newspaper for the iPad—a new, supposedly improved version is drawing widespread complaints from users over its performance. It’s not…

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