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Future Arrives Tomorrow on iPad With 'Popular Science+'

Last December, the publishers of 'Popular Science' presented the Mag+ concept, which outlined and detailed the incredible possibilities for e-readers and digital publications. Tomorrow, that "full bodied future" will officially arrive on the iPad with Bonnier R&D's April issue of 'Popular Science +.' With the $4.99 e-issue, Bonnier, along with the Mag+ designers at BERG, hope to "preserve t...

Time Inc. Debuts Digital Magazines on Touchscreen Tablet

We guess that the magazine publishers of the world know something we don't. A couple of weeks ago, Condé Nast and Wired showed off a specially-formatted version of the digital lifestyle magazine for a magical tablet device (still unannounced by Apple, much less anyone else). It was clear that Wired thought this unannounced product was the future of publishing, and it appears they're not al...

Details and GQ Get Digital Makeovers as Print Ad Sales Shrink

As Barnes & Noble launches its Nook e-reader today, we are reminded of how the popular aversion to paper and, of course, the recession have taken a tighter and tighter death-grip on the print industry. After the closure of Condé Nast Portfolio and more recently, Gourmet, the Condé Nast magazine empire seems to be making a bigger leap into the digital arena in an effort to stay co...

CBS Video Ad to Appear in Pages of Entertainment Weekly

Boy, digital media sure does know how to rub its success in print media's face. As if sending newspapers and magazines to the grave wasn't enough, video will appear in a nationally-published magazine next month. According to CNET News, television network CBS, in conjunction with PepsiCo, will run a video advertisement in the September 18th issue of Entertainment Weekly. Only subscribers in New ...

Gaming Magazine Folds, Sends Maxim as Replacement

In a move sure to simultaneously thrill pubescent boys and infuriate female gamers (and moms), subscribers to the canceled magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) have instead begun receiving issues of a publication known for its photos of scantily clad women. After EGM's final issue in January, subscribers received a copy of Maxim with an attached note stating that their remaining subscription ...

Time, Sports Illustrated to Charge for (Some) Content

Print publications are hemorrhaging money while online ad revenue has cooled off. In this new environment, where consumers expect content to be provided for free, news outlets are still struggling to find a working, profitable business model that satisfies customers. Time Inc., which is owned by our parent company Time Warner, announced on Wednesday that it plans to experiment with hybrid free/su...

New Yorker Magazine Offers Digital Edition

Last week, the editors of The New Yorker unveiled an online, digital edition of the magazine, PaidContent.org reports. While The New Yorker has been offering excerpts of the magazine in digital form for some time now, those articles were only made available online to coincide with the print edition's arrival in mailboxes and on newsstands. As of the most recent issue, the digital edition will a...

Esquire's October Issue Debuts E-Ink-Infused Cover (Video)

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! (Sorry, but where else were we gonna use that line?) For those unaware, Esquire's October issue is on newsstands now, and 100,000 99,999 lucky souls out there will receive one with a flashing E Ink display. Just in case you aren't quite lucky enough to apprehend one of your own, however, The Dastardly Report's Ryan Joseph was kind enough to snap a few photograph...

New Esquire Magazine Cover Features E Ink

Nary a month after an E Ink exec asserted that e-newspapers would be going commercial by 2009, in flies word that a forthcoming issue of Esquire will likely be the poster child for the change. According to David Granger, Esquire's editor in chief, rags have generally "looked the same for 150 years," but all that will change when 100,000 copies of the September issue arrive on newsstands with a f...

Rolling Stone Releases Free Digital Edition

Rolling Stone, like many other traditional print publications, is working on strategies to maintain its place in the media mainstream in our increasingly Internet-focused age. To this end, the magazine has issued its first ever Digital Edition, a complete copy of the print version in digital format, including advertisements. The "magazine" is shown as a Flash presentation, with arrows to turn t...