2006 was a rough year for four of the top five magazine publishers–as measured by total ad pages. All the big names (except Conde Nast) experienced modest or substantial declines.
Quote: “The b-to-b media M&A marketplace has been going gangbusters for more than two years nowâ€”and the party shows no signs of slowing down in 2007.”
Quote: “C- level executives these days are paying much closer attention to in-flight magazines. ‘They may not be a must-read but they correlate with executives’ business travel.’ (Rex observation: As much as I love magazines, I use flights as a time to re
Older teenage girls are far more likely than younger girls, or boys of any age, to use social-networking sites like MySpace or Facebook, according to a recent study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
The ascendancy of Eater.com is yet another example of the transformation in how news is disseminated in a blog-driven world.
What he said.
One thing I’ve learned in two years as an MSM blogger. When we publish behind-the-scenes accounts of how our media sausages are made, the posts get picked up, read, commented.
Must reading on the topic of MSM blogging: “For those of you who donâ€™t have a blog yet, think of one as a large yellow Labrador: friendly, fun, not all that bright, but constantly demanding your attention.”
I have no idea what the point of this post is, however, I agree with everything it says: “Without exception, the response to T Shirts being thrown into the audience (of an NBA game) exceeds the response to actual game action for all but the most exciting
Quote “In a Gallup poll on attitudes toward pets, 70 percent of respondents characterized themselves as dog people, while 20 percent described themselves as cat people.”