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Pushing Editorial Into World of Apps

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The small startup 29th Street Publishing is quietly trying to revolutionize magazine publishing, one app at a time. The New York-based company promises to take the technical wizardry out of app making, easing the pathway to subscription revenue for those with eager — if nonpaying — online audiences. Read the...
Pushing Editorial Into World of Apps

YouTube Cofounders Announce Plans For A Magazine Publishing Service (GOOG)

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YouTube cofounders Steven Chen and Chad Hurley are at work on their next project, a magazine publishing service called Zeen, reports Fusible. With the tagline "discover and create beautiful magazines," there are very few details available on the website right now, but you can reserve a vanity URL at...
YouTube Cofounders Announce Plans For A Magazine Publishing Service (GOOG)
DIY digital magazine platform Glossi adds new tools, with paid subscriptions coming soon

Pay-As-You-Read E-Bookselling Won't Make It Off The Shelves

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Entrepreneurs have often used technology to bring us services we didn't even know we needed. Who would have thought a billion people would be willing to share their lives on Facebook and hundreds of millions more would change the news industry by microblogging on Twitter? But oftentimes entrepreneurs get it...
Pay-As-You-Read E-Bookselling Won't Make It Off The Shelves
Five Observations About Atlantic Media's New Digital Magazine, Quartz

11 adorable images from the dawn of the PC era

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The PCWorld.com web domain was created on April 24, 1992, but our oldest retrievable online content is from 1998--and it's so damn quaint, you'll be wondering if our editors were creating web graphics in Paint, and fact-checking stories via Alta Vista searches. 1998 qualifies as ancient history, but if...
11 adorable images from the dawn of the PC era

Sign Of The Times: The New York Times Debuts An HTML5 Web App For iPad

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The New York Times this morning announced a new HTML5 web app for iPad, rounding out their lineup of web and tablet products for digital subscribers. The Times is soliciting feedback from its users about the app and its features, which suggests that it’s looking at this as a way...
Sign Of The Times: The New York Times Debuts An HTML5 Web App For iPad

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (NFLX, GOOG, MSFT, T)

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Good morning! Here's the news: Netflix's recommendation engine drives 75% of its viewership. Square COO Keith Rabois explains the death of the web and how Square will move beyond payments. A fresh round of job cuts is coming to Sony. Asus will fix the Transformer Prime's GPS issues with...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (NFLX, GOOG, MSFT, T)

TNW Magazine hits the 100,000 monthly session milestone 4 months ahead of schedule

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We are happy to announce that our own digital review TNW Magazine saw more than 43,000 individual downloads and 116,000 sessions in October – reaching this important milestone four months earlier than we expected. As you may know, our tablet magazine first launched in February 2012. At the time, the goal was to reach 100,000...
TNW Magazine hits the 100,000 monthly session milestone 4 months ahead of schedule

Next Issue brings its all-you-can-read magazine store to the iPad, plans start at $10 a month

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The last time we heard about Next Issue, the all-you-can-read magazine store was launching on Android, with an iOS version said to be coming "soon." Three months later, the startup's made good on its promise: the storefront is now up and running on iOS, with an iPad app going...
Next Issue brings its all-you-can-read magazine store to the iPad, plans start at $10 a month

Acta criticised after thousands protest in Europe

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Anti-counterfeiting treaty lacks balance, says European Parliament president, but publishers call for calm and reasoned assessment while thousands brave cold to marchThe European Parliament's president has criticised the international copyright treaty Acta, arguing that it lacks sufficient balance, after protests in cities across the continent by tens of thousands of...
Acta criticised after thousands protest in Europe

YouTube co-founders are working on a magazine publishing service called Zeen

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Tweet It looks like you’ll soon be able to discover and create “beautiful” magazines online.  In the last 24 hours, YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, who now run AVOS, posted a “Coming Soon” page on the website Zeen (a take on the word zine, which commonly refers...
YouTube co-founders are working on a magazine publishing service called Zeen
Minecraft Coming To The Printed Page Next Year: UK's Egmont Publishing Inks Non-U.S. Rights Deal With Game Creator Mojang

Amazon Goes To Brazil

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Amazon's gearing up a Brazilian launch for the Kindle this summer. Their strategy? Sell their product for far cheaper than the local competition, take a hit in import duties, and watch the profits roll in.The Amazon Kindle is an ubiquitous piece of tech in the United States, Canada, and Europe....
Amazon Goes To Brazil

Pushing Editorial Into World of Apps

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The small startup 29th Street Publishing is quietly trying to revolutionize magazine publishing, one app at a time....
Pushing Editorial Into World of Apps
Facebook profiles: now cross-referenced with retail purchases!

Absolutely brilliant post about iPad and magazine publishing from @AndrewSavikas Here I link to the money quote: http://bit.ly/adUAmq

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Absolutely brilliant post about iPad and magazine publishing from @AndrewSavikas Here I link to the money quote: http://bit.ly/adUAmq
Seven publishing trends that will define 2013

Loaded founder James Brown: My digital life

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The former GQ editor, who is now Sabotage Times chief and a media consultant, talks to John PlunkettAs the founding editor of Loaded, James Brown redefined magazine publishing and set the cultural agenda for a generation of young men.After editing GQ and founding - then selling - his own publishing...
Loaded founder James Brown: My digital life

Hipstamatic Branches Out With A New iPad Magazine, Snap, And #MakeBeautiful Social Campaign

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Hipstamatic has made a successful business out of its popular (and paid) iPhone camera appand the many features it has incorporated to enhance that photo experience: four million active monthly users and 50 million photos snapped through it each month. Now the company behind it, Synthetic, is looking to build...
Hipstamatic Branches Out With A New iPad Magazine, Snap, And #MakeBeautiful Social Campaign
ThisNext Launches Glossi, Its Free Digital Magazine Builder

Minecraft Kids' Books Detailed By Publisher Egmont Ahead Of September Launch

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Last October, Minecraft creator Mojang followed in the footsteps of Rovio’s Angry Birds franchise and inked a deal with specialist children’s publisher Egmont — for book and magazine publishing rights for the virtual world block-building game that has sold close to 10 million copies. Today Egmont has now revealed the...
Minecraft Kids' Books Detailed By Publisher Egmont Ahead Of September Launch

Flipboard is ‘head-on competitor’ on Economist’s road to all-digital

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The Economist’s CEO thinks news publishing will go all-digital at some point in the near- to mid-term. “Print circulation is at record highs,” Andrew Rashbass told the Paley Center’s international council in Madrid on Thursday. “We’re holding on to it as long as possible – but my view of what’s...
Flipboard is ‘head-on competitor’ on Economist’s road to all-digital

Next Issue rescues magazine publishing with smart business and great content

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The all-you-can-eat magazine-reading app and service Next Issue is now on the iPad. It's really worth a read. [Read more]...
Next Issue rescues magazine publishing with smart business and great content
How HTML5 could beat out apps as the future of magazines
Vox Media, Polygon, and the new magazine

TypeEngine publishing service for iOS debuts with Dalrymple's 'The Loop' magazine

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Veteran tech editor Jim Dalrymple, a longtime force on the Apple beat, is branching out into the world of digital magazine publishing today with the launch of The Loop magazine for iPad and iPhone — a twice-monthly subscription publication that complements Dalrymple’s news website of the same name. The launch also...
TypeEngine publishing service for iOS debuts with Dalrymple's 'The Loop' magazine
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