The Future of Print

The Future of Newspapers

Posted in Doom, Tablets by futureofprint on July 7, 2011

A review of Apple’s App Store in May 2011 found more than 200 iPad apps offering local U.S. news content. Fifty-seven percent of newspaper publishers surveyed by the Audit Bureau of Circulations said that they “have plans to develop an iPad app in the next six months.

So far, mobile devices have not proved to be a major source of revenue for news outlets, neither through advertising nor paid applications, but news organizations are still experimenting with different business models.

 

 

 

 

 

 

via dailywireless.org » The Future of Newspapers.

Conde Nast Taps Brakes on Churning Out iPad Editions | MediaWorks – Advertising Age

Posted in Tablets by futureofprint on July 1, 2011

Conde Nast is tapping the brakes on its drive to deliver iPad editions of all its magazines, according to company employees, acknowledging that conditions aren’t quite right yet to deliver the ideal app editions at the kind of scale that advertisers want. If publishers want to introduce new iPad editions right now, Conde wants them to be sure they’re justified.

via Conde Nast Taps Brakes on Churning Out iPad Editions | MediaWorks – Advertising Age.