Posts Tagged ‘digital’

Marsh Supermarkets Integrates Digital Platform

August 5th, 2011

Marsh Supermarkets joins 112 other grocery retailers who use My Web Grocer services which enables customers to select and purchase groceries from the comfort of their computer.  Shoppers will have access to planning tools including online circulars, personalized shopping lists and recipes, enabling them to plan meals and stay informed about sales and specials that …

Drew Schutte named Chief Revenue Officer for Condé Nast Digital

February 9th, 2009

Drew Schutte has been named chief revenue officer of the new Condé Nast Digital operation, a newly created position. One of Schutte’s tasks will be to move digital efforts forward which have previously been held back because of favortisim over print. New York Post (Feb. 5, 2009)

Zinio Expands Online Method Payment Abilities

July 9th, 2008

Zinio LLC, the leading digital distributor of magazines and books, has partnered with GlobaCollect to offer subscribers a wider selection of electronic payment options, including international methods, for their online subscriptions and purchases. MarketWatch (July 9, 2008)

Delish New Food Site For Hearst

July 8th, 2008

Slated for a fall launch, Hearst Magazines is joining with longtime syndication partner MSN to create a food site, Hearst’s Digital Media unit will own, build and edit the site, with sales and distribution handled by MSN.  MediaWeek (July 8, 2008)

Nielsen Launching Online Eco Title

June 25th, 2008

Nielsen Business Media is planning to launch a digital “eco” spin-off of one of its titles called “ecoimpressions,” a quarterly that will be “devoted to information and education on eco-friendly products and sustainable practices in the decorated apparel and promotional products industries.”   The company says that launching a digital publication is not only an effective …

Traditional Media Still Tops Digital Media In Ad Effectiveness

June 19th, 2008

A new study, called “When Advertising Works,” has found that advertisements appearing in traditional media like television, are still “much more likely” to have made a positive impression with consumers compared to ads running in digital media. These findings may be surprising to some, as there seems to be repetition about the success of new …

Association Publishers Plan For The Future

June 11th, 2008

At the annual Society of National Association Publishing conference, attendees shared their new thoughts and ideas on design, content, and how to better appeal to their ever evolving demographics. The workshop was entitled, “What’s Next?: Creating the Association Publication of the Future” and the main topic seemed to be about going digital. Most agreed that …