For Domino Magazine, Less Means More 
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Following the publishing trends of higher quality and lower circulation, Domino magazine seems to be making a solid comeback since re-launching last fall. The magazine, which originally debuted as a mass-market monthly but shuttered during the recession, is now a quarterly...
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Newspapers and Magazines Moving Further Apart
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Newspapers and magazines are often lumped into the same box when talking about our industry. Yes, they have their similarities but increasingly, their differences are becoming more apparent.   This appears to be the reason behind the Newspaper Publishers Association...
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Is Print Going the Way of Vinyl?
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The magazine industry is in a state of enormous flux. Pricing challenges, circulation changes, new platforms, massive shakeups on the distribution side: Just about everything we thought we knew about the business is changing. And D.B. Hebbard of Talking New Media...
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Designers are a Happy Bunch
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Creative types are the happy ones in the workplace, or so says a new study conducted by Adobe. The online report surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. creative professionals including graphic and web designers, photographers, illustrators and other artsy types. The...
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10 Rules for Better Editorial Design
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Want to improve your game in publication layout? This article from Luke O'Neill offers 10 suggestions that will help you build up your editorial design skills. The first, and probably the most important, is to identify your audience and design for...
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Why Print Matters to Digital-Only Publishers
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Most of us might assume that digital-only publishers have little to no stake in the success or failure of printed titles. We might expect them to be blissfully unaffected by physical distribution issues at the newsstand, rising postal rates and...
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B2B Media Revenue up Nearly 5%
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The first quarter BIN 2014 reports are out from the Association of Business Information and Media Companies (ABM) and the news is good for B2B media companies and publishers according to this article in Publishing Executive. “ABM's report finds that overall...
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Study: Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem
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Native advertising and sponsored content are big business these days, with the vast majority of publishers offering some kind of native ad opportunities, writes Joe Lazauskas of Contently, a content strategy firm. Yet a recent study points up the major shortcomings of...
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Issuu Takes Social Sharing to the Next Level
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Issuu is hot, and getting hotter. The world’s fastest growing digital publishing platform (according to a press release on Talking New Media) has just upped the game for social content sharing. Their new interactive Clip product gives readers “the ability...
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Newman! Mailman Fails to Deliver
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The comparisons are unavoidable. Newman, the mailman everyone loves to hate on Seinfeld, was vilified in one episode when he was caught hoarding mail rather than delivering it. It’s hard to believe, but one Kentucky mailman was sentenced to six...
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