In 2009, 275 new magazines were launched while 428 ceased publication, according to MediaFinder.com– the largest online database of U.S. and Canadian publications. Regional magazines topped the list of new launches with 21 new titles, such as Maine Magazine and B-metro Birmingham, while it also topped the list of ceased publications (34), with titles such […]Read More Magazines That Folded and Launched In 2009
The Comcast boss, Brian Roberts, said buying control of NBC Universal, General Electric’s media business, made him and his cable group “strategically complete.” This was code to his shareholders, who have worried about him building a media empire ever since he tried to buy Walt Disney, that he’s done shopping, Reuters Breakingviews says. But to […]Read More NYTimes: A Shrewd Deal for Comcast?
The research, which covers the period between December 4th and 7th 2009, indicates that 13 per cent of respondents read a consumer product review on a social media portal that had an affect on their festive purchasing. Some 11 per cent suggested that an expert product review influenced what they bought, while seven per cent […]Read More Some 28 percent of US consumers claim social media has influenced their Christmas shopping decisions this year, according to digital analyst comScore
Comcast Corp. announced plans to buy a majority stake in NBC Universal for $13.75 billion, giving the nation’s largest cable TV operator control of the Peacock network, an array of cable channels and a major movie studio. Although the deal could mean that movies could reach cable more quickly after showing in theaters, and that […]Read More Comcast to buy a majority stake in NBC Universal
Three-quarters (74%) of U.S. adults, or nearly 171 million people, read a newspaper — in print or online — during the past week. This is according to the latest Integrated Newspaper Audience (INA)* finding from Scarborough Research, the audience ratings measurement service for the newspaper industry. The company examined newspaper readership in its recently released […]Read More Studies show that 74% of adults still read the newspaper
According to the BBC, the concession follows claims from some media companies that the search engine is profiting from online news pages. Under the First Click Free program, publishers can now prevent unrestricted access to subscription websites. Users who click on more than five articles in a day may be routed to payment or registration […]Read More Google announces that newspaper publishers will now be able to set a limit on the number of free news articles