Interactive content could benefit advertisers in new digital viewer platforms.
Scottish newsagent fined £53 after schoolchildren tipped off police.
5.1% gain for first quarter is the first gain for the sector in two years.
Ritchie Capital Management and private-equity firm OpenGate Capital have expressed interest in Newsw
RDA Holding Co., the company which owns Reader's Digest magazine, has reported fewer losses of $27.1
The Washington Post has put up Newsweek for sale, but that has not stopped the American weekly news
Analysts estimate magazine earned $83,832 in one day.
Bauer Media and Hachette Filipacchi are involved in new initiative.
Rhona MacDonald broke confidentiality policy by emailing original and changed versions to friends.
Magazine's new iPad app £1 cheaper than print edition
Janice Min is charged with attracting more advertising for the publication.
Anderson retired from the group in 1994.
Three former editors and writers to form Techonomy, a new media business for technology.
Apology issued for suggestion that mothers should not breastfeed in public places.
America's second oldest magazine is now left with just one senior editor, Donovan Hohn.
Titled "Come On England," the guide will feature a preview of the event, tournament facts and gossip
Apple bans political-cartoon apps that mock public figures, and also racy photographs in fashion mag
After seven years at Computeractive, Peters joined Future as deputy editor of T3 in June 2007.
New editorial structure has journalists move into multimedia teams.
The Periodical Publishers Association to work with the National Federation of Retail Newsagents.
Michael Schneider, president of Boutique Media, will join ST Media as publisher of its hospitality b
Overall operating profit across group rises to £3m.
The social network's controversial privacy issues are investigated in the latest issue.
19-year-old magazine faces closure after circulation slump.
Departures follow those of a senior editor and two senior writers earlier in the year.
Following the example of Playboy, the lads' mag has moved into 3D.
Magazine editor and owner of the Daily News is considering a bid for loss-making Newsweek.
It is the first time in 28 years that the team takes part in the Football World Cup.
Among the agency's clients, there are T-Mobile, Tesco Personal Finance and ESPN.