- Web publishers morph into online retailers. Snyder, Beth // Advertising Age;2/9/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p30
Reports on the growing trend seen during the late 1990s where traditional publishers are getting into retailing due to their involvement in electronic commerce. Challenge found in providing a successful transition from offline selling to online selling of subscriptions; Statistics; How some...
- When times are tough. Weiler, Derek // Quill & Quire;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p5
The article discusses various topics published within the issue including one on the developments in licensing publishers' content, financial payoff and costs involved in the electronic market.
- The eBay revolution. Weiler, Derek // Quill & Quire;Sep99, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p52
Explores the online explosion on collectibles and creating opportunities for publishers in Canada. Information on internet auction sites; Debate on the rise of Internet business; Impact of Internet to the general economic growth.
- Making Context King...or...Can Relevance Engines Make Content Pay Off? Smith, Steve // EContent;May2002, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p44
Looks at the attitude of many publishers towards electronic commerce. Benefits from e-commerce; Problems with contextual e-commerce; Issue of converting online readers into buyers.
- B2B ON THE LINE. Furber, Rob // Marketing Week;2/8/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 53, p43
Comments on the competition of business-to-business publishers with online companies. Threat from the emergence of Internet trading hubs; Value of a partnership with online information providers; Contribution of print media to the revenue base of publishers.
- The book on Bertelsmann. Perman, Stacy; Sachs, Andrea; Salz-Trautman, Peggy // Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/6/1998, Issue 14, p56
Discusses the acquisition of Random House by German media company Bertelsmann AG, making Bertelsmann the leader in United States publishing. Comments from company officials, including Thomas Middelhoff, who engineered the deal just six months before officially stepping into the position of...
- The book on Bertelsmann. Perman, Stacy; Sachs, Andrea; Salz-Trautman, Peggy // Time;4/6/1998, Vol. 151 Issue 13, p54
Discusses the acquisition of Random House by German media company Bertelsmann AG, making Bertelsmann the leader in United States publishing. Comments from company officials, including Thomas Middelhoff, who engineered the deal just six months before officially stepping into the chief executive...
- Score Another One For Old Media At Bertelsmann. // Book Publishing Report;9/9/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 35, p2
Reports on Bertelsmann AG's announcement of its commitment to its core businesses, including book publishing, after the release of the company's financial results for the first half of 2002. Profitability of Bertelsmann's Random House Inc. unit; Reasons of the company for renewing interest in...
- Bertelsmann more American than German after Random House acquisition. // Book Publishing Report;09/27/99, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p1
Reports on the acquisition of publishing company Random House by Bertelsmann AG. Financial performance of Bertelsmann in fiscal 1999; Total revenues from the company's United States operations; Plan to digitize Random House's entire backlist; Contemplation of more acquisitions.