The Week Gets Its Third Publisher in Three Years

Dennis Publishing’s print magazine — yes, it’s still producing a print magazine — says it’s doing fine.

Hearst Taps Demand Media’s Bradford and Yucaipa’s Johnson to “Redefine” the San Francisco Chronicle

Can the City by the Bay finally get the newspaper it deserves?
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Time 100 List Is Packed With Techies — From Musk to Systrom to Sandberg and More

Who doesn’t love a listicle?


Magazines Use Digital Editions to Ramp Up Pricing

Cosmopolitan readers can get their first year’s subscription to the print magazine for $10. But if they want the digital edition on their iPads, they will have to fork over $19.99.


Newsweek to End Print Edition

Newsweek, the struggling newsweekly that was sold for $1 two years ago, will drop its print edition after an eight-decade run to become digital-only by the end of the year, the company said Thursday.

Two Budget-Friendly Printers You Won’t Want to Throw Out the Window

Printers are normally a source of frustration. Here are two that keep it simple but still get the job done.


Papers Put Faith in Paywalls

As more newspapers close the door on free access to their websites, some publishers are still waiting for paying customers to pour in.

Damn the Tweet-pedoes, Full Rupe Ahead!

Oh joy — my boss is on Twitter. I guess I have to watch myself now. Or not!

Kobo’s Strategy Includes Hardware With Introduction of New Touch E-Reader

The bare bones e-reader that Kobo released in May 2010 was intended to help sell more of its e-books. But now the company is also seeing the merits of pursuing a hardware strategy, which includes today’s unveiling of an all-new touch-enabled device.

Viral Video: "Page One" at Sundance

Web Ad Dollars Finally Overtake Newspapers

How to Make a Killer iPad Ad