In the Loop
- eight ESSENTIAL STRATEGIES for Repurposing Content for the Web. Sherman, Chris // EContent;Apr2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p20
Offers several strategies on how publishers can repurpose content for the Web. Approaches taken by Wall Street Journal Online in pricing content; Features that can be added to provide interactivity; Technique used by ZDNet to provide content interactivity; Opportunities presented by syndication...
- Conference editors: Content is king. Sullivan, Carl // Editor & Publisher;Jun2004, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p14
Reports on the outcome of the discussions at the Interactive Media Conference sponsored by the periodicals "Editor & Publisher" and "Mediaweek" in Atlanta, Georgia, in May 2004. List of suggestions gathered during the event; Evidence that shows publishers have opted for advertising-supported...
- THE REVOLUTION STARTS HERE. Rombaud, Penny // Vertigo (09687904);Summer2008, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p53
The article offers information on the Web site Indymedia UK. It provides an interactive platform for reports that cover various issues and social movements. The content is created through a system of open publishing. Its volunteers extend the Direct Media model by establishing Public Access...
- Interactive meltdown. Furman, Phyllis // Crain's New York Business;7/15/96, Vol. 12 Issue 29, p3
Reports that book publishers are closing down their interactive digital book business in New York City. Factors affecting the market for digital books; Difficulties in distributing new-media products in computer stores and mass-merchandising chains; Growing success of Random House's joint...
- Publishers fighting studios on multimedia rights. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;11/14/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 45, p8
Reports on the dispute between New York publishing houses and Hollywood movie studios over the ultimate control of the rights to interactive media. Distinction between electronic and multimedia rights; What each side is threatening to do if they fail to get the rights; Need for clear...
- The new media industry's premiere print-based newsletters. Nicholls, Paul // CD-ROM Professional;Jul96, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p104
Presents several newsletters related to multimedia systems and interactive multimedia. Includes `Alert!'; `CD-i InFoFax' newsletter; `Cybernautics Digest.'
- email@example.com. // New Media Age;6/16/2011, p43
The article discusses several events in the interactive media industry in Great Britain, including Nickelodeon's launch party for its reality program "Camp Orange," Weapon 7's house band, Provenance of Squid performance at the Battle of the Bands and the AOP Digital Publishing Awards.
- Publishers embrace new-media projects. Aho, Debra // Advertising Age;3/21/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 12, pIM-6
Reports on magazine publishers' investments on interactive media projects. Revenue potentials of online services; Experiments with advertising partners; Revenue potentials of CD-ROMs.
- Financial Fun (and More) for Children. Harris, Diane // Parenting;Nov2002, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p206
Presents information on several Web sites for children. Interactive games for children; Cognitive activities for children.