There has been a lot of sturm and drang in New York about transitioning the magazine business to the iPad. Bloomberg jumped into the game today with the release of Business Week for the iPad, and it seems to have solved some of the key problems that held back other titles.
For one thing, Bloomberg Read More
Magazine publishers were some of the first big believers in the potential of Apple’s iPad, with Conde Nast saying they expected as much as 40% of their revenues would come from tablet devices in the future.
But the romance has quickly soured, as publishers push back against Apple’s increasingly domineering stance to subscriptions and advertising. Read More
It was a little over a year ago that David Carr first wrote about the, “so-called Jesus tablet that can do anything, including saving some embattled print providers from doom”.
The notion that the walled garden that Apple was creating would encourage users to purchase content they were accustomed to getting Read More