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min Day: What Advertisers Want

The speakers of the second panel, Vickie Szombathy, vice president and media director of StarLink, Steven Fredericks, president of TNS Media Intelligence, Ted Moon, director of media for Sprint Nextel, David Brown, senior vice president and online managing director of digital connections of MediaVest Worldwide, discussed “What Advertisers Want” with…

min Day: Growing Your Online Audience & Monetizing Content

“How can print publications compete online?”  This became the main question to discuss during the third panel.  Together, speakers, Martha Connors, vice president and general manager of Computerworld, Fran Hauser, general manager of People Group Digital, Chris Johnson, content director of Hearst Digital Media, and Jamie Pallot, editorial director of…

min Day: Building Your Digital Dream Team

Steve Cohn, editor in chief of min, moderated, with speakers Chris Lambiase, vice president and publishing director of Rodale, and Lauren Wiener, vice president of Meredith Interactive.  Lambiase began the discussion by stating that, in order to have a successful experience within the online medium, the company must get behind…

min Day: Making Magazines Move: The Video Challenge

Moderated by min’s b2b and minonline editor, Jeremy Greenfield, the panel included speakers, John Davison, senior vice president and editorial director of Ziff Davis’ 1UP Network, John Byrne executive editor at BusinessWeek, Michael Smith, vice president and general manager of operations at Forbes.com, Vivian Schiller, senior vice president and general…

min Day: Digital Gold: 15 Great Ideas to Bring it Home

Speakers, Christian Busch, director of online marketing at Doubleday Entertainment, Lucy Danziger, editor in chief of Self Magazine and Self.com, Paul Fichetenbaum, managing editor at SI.com, Christopher Johnson, content director, digital media, at Hearst Magazines, Eric Shanfelt, CEO of eMedia Strategist, Derek Van Nostran, director of marketing at The Weather…

Mobile Update

Data Fees Are Holding Back the Mobile Web Magazines have been dipping their toes in the mobile waters lately by launching WAP mobile Web pages, but they may have to wait for audiences to catch up. Only 5% of U.S. broadband users access the mobile Web even though 60% of…

Is There Life After Print?

As Child, Premiere, Life and InfoWorld all left print for digital-only existence this season, the Roving Eyeball felt compelled to check up on other long-lost print titles that decided to go Web-only. Is there life after print? • ElleGirl.com (www.ellegirl.com): One of the first Hachette books to go Web-only, ElleGirl…

No Complaints: InfoWorld's Gripe Line Gets Techies Whining

As IDG’s InfoWorld folds its print version, it is a good time to see how one of the magazine’s successful in-book items has indeed flourished online. Columnist Ed Foster had been soliciting IT manager complaints about vendors and products for years, and it evolved into an online blog where readers…

min's Digital Media Report - 4/3/07

  tracking magazine brands in the digital economy April 3, 2007 minonline.com | contact us | advertise | sign up for this eletter   Roving Eyeball Is There Life After Print? As Child, Premiere, Life and InfoWorld all leave print for digital-only existence this season (see news note below), the…

Eye on Digital Media

BY STEVE SMITH INSTYLE GOES INHAND AND INSTORE When your average fashionista scopes the rack of Saks Fifth Avenue or Neiman Marcus for that item she thinks she remembers seeing in some issue of some magazine, she doesn't usually carry with her a ripped page from the book. Shards of…