8801 readersToday, the publishing industry took a giant step forward in enabling the recurring distribution, monetization and consumption of digital publications. Leading publisher Condé Nast today announced it will offer subscription sales of The New Yorker magazine in the Apple App Store via Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Previously, readers could purchase individual issues of the magazine
15461 readersLast week, I wrote how publisher Condé Nast launched subscription sales of The New Yorker magazine in the Apple App Store via Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Earlier today, four additional Condé Nast titles went live on the App Store with support for subscriptions. Now, consumers can access, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Allure, and Golf Digest (just
1550 readersFor weeks we have had some very heated conversations about the iPads and e-readers, which included the possible threat they pose to printing but possible salvation for publications (i.e. paid subscriptions for newspapers and magazines). For me, a frequent flyer, I love buying my books, newspapers and magazines for my Kindle. However, free delivery for...
5895 readersUpdated: April 22, 2011 to correctly state that all content – regardless of entitlement or subscription mechanism – is delivered by Distribution Service of Digital Publishing Suite (Adobe servers). Late last week, we released another update to the Viewer Builder Service, which allows publishers to create a custom-branded instance of Content Viewer that renders interactive
2264 readersThis 2007 commercial for the Apple TV was the low-point of Apple advertising. However, very few people saw it. Two years ago, I wrote the following about the Apple TV: “I don’t believe the problem with the Apple TV is about technology. It’s a (you can’t believe how amazed I am to be writing the
2111 readersThe Printer’s App Store is an original article from: M-bossed.com — A media blog. ©2009 Ryan McAbee || By now, you have probably used Apple’s iTunes or App Store to purchase music, movies, and more. Apple, at some point just like Amazon, realized that the ecosystem is stronger than the individual parts. Apple provides content creators with
1642 readersTake a tour of InDesign Magazine's first iPad app. Designed and produced by W+W Design using the prerelease Adobe Digital Magazine Publishing tools. Download the app from itunes.apple.com . Get a 50% discount on a one-year subscription to the magazine (standard PDF version) at www.indesignmag.com From: InDesignMag Views: 10494 16 ratings Time: 03:37 More in Education
7223 readersMacUser magazine put together a fantastic exploration into all the new features in QuarkXPress 9, and turned it into an iPad app using QuarkXPress! It explains what’s new for e-books, iPad apps, and print publishing, and even includes videos showing how many of the new features work. If you’d like to see a good example of what
1202 readersInsane traffic over at Tech Crunch which is covering the release of Apple's tablet, the ipad. I've ripped off the latest news just in case you have trouble accessing the site: Steve Jobs revealed the Apple iPad today, its much-awaited tablet computer (see our live notes). Jobs positions it as a third computing device between a
1587 readersLately, we have been discussing the trend of newspaper, book and magazine publishers to convert their content for e-readers. This trend is hoped to reverse the decline in readership and attract new readership. But the glacial decline in readership is not slowing or thawing. For example, the Pew Center for People & the Press recently
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