Image credit: anmosugoi On August 17, Shonen Magazine Edge announced to cease its publication with the release of the magazine’s November issue, which will be released on October 10.Shonen Magazine Edge is a manga magazine by Kodansha, a Japanese publishing company, which aims to publish work related to diverse interested manga, including Closing Pandora, B no Shokutaku, … [Read more...] about Kodansha’s Shonen Magazine Edge to End Publication in October
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In a bold move that bypasses its established comiXology platform, Amazon is making a significant foray into the realm of webtoons, introducing its own dedicated division called Amazon Fliptoon, ThePopVerse reported. This innovative venture aims to captivate audiences in a fresh way, marking Amazon's entry into original webtoon content.Distinguishing itself from conventional … [Read more...] about Amazon ventures into Webtoons industry with Amazon Fliptoon
Magzter Inc., the world's largest digital newsstand, has announced new premium titles in the US under its Magzter GOLD program. With this move, the newsstand cements its position as a leading platform for digital magazines and newspapers, offering US readers an expansive collection of high-quality publications.As a part of its expansion, Magzter has partnered with … [Read more...] about Magzter Brings Premium Titles from the to Magzter GOLD
Booktopia (Australia’s largest online bookstore) has partnered with VitalSource (the world’s premier education technology provider) to launch a digital textbook service – Bookshelf. The new best-in-class eReader platform will enable Booktopia customers to access digital textbooks.VitalSource’s Bookshelf comes with a full suite of built-in study tools, including flashcards, … [Read more...] about Booktopia Partners with VitalSource to Launch Digital Textbook Platform
Image Credit: thehinduNational Geographic has decided to stop publishing its yellow-bordered magazines for the newsstands. The reputed company that has been offering these magazines since 1888 is taking such initiative as a cutback, according to ABC News. Instead of the magazine, they will put their focus on digital products.Meanwhile, they will be releasing special … [Read more...] about No Yellow-bordered Nat Geo Magazines Next Year?
Image credit: bookforumBookforum is back! The NewYork-based book review magazine that's dedicated to books and literary discussions has announced its comeback within six months of declaring closure. The popular magazine got relaunched on Thursday (June 22, 2023) in partnership with The Nation.When the magazine decided to stop its operations back in December, the news … [Read more...] about Bookforum Returns! Everything You Need to Know
You might have read on the news that large language models are patrolling the internet to get the most data possible for their AI chatbots or other artificial intelligence endeavours. There are many use cases; some only get data from image-sharing sites for the AI service to make works of art or logos quickly. Others, like Microsoft's new Big chat system, will answer questions … [Read more...] about Scribd is not a fan of AI scraping their service for data
The world is now a digital space where most of everyone's routine revolves around gadgets. One sector that this digitization has majorly influenced is print media. For example, in the U.S. Census Bureau's Service Annual Survey, the newspaper sector’s total earnings declined by 52% between 2002 and 2020. Moreover, print media like magazines, trade publications, and journals have … [Read more...] about Why Magazine Ads Still Have a Place In Your Media Plan
What began as a casual experiment with creative AI technology within publishers' newsrooms has become a full-fledged emphasis area for several media businesses. BuzzFeed, BridgeTower Media, Forbes, Ingenio, and Trusted Media Brands are forming new teams. They are dedicated to monitoring AI initiatives in various aspects of their businesses, from editorial to … [Read more...] about Publishers Launch Task Forces to Oversee AI Initiatives
The April editions of Maximum PC and MacLife are now available at a bookstore near you. Sadly, they will be the final print versions of these two historic computer publications. They date back to 1996 (and were previously called Boot and MacAddict, respectively). It is indeed a piece of bad news for computer publication readers.Both publications will only be available in … [Read more...] about Is This The End of Computer Magazines in America?
Blockchain technology isn't widely used in publishing yet, but that doesn't make it useless. Since these industries have shifted to the digital space, publishing companies, academic journals, self-publishers, and writers stand to gain significantly from blockchain technology.Selling and buying material and conducting online transactions are the cornerstones of online … [Read more...] about Blockchain – An Intersection of Technology and Publishing
Popular music technology startup Enote has raised 10 million Euros for their app development. The music app that's considered the sheet music for the 21st century has raised money in a pre-series A funding round. With the raised money, the startup aims to invest and advance its application. Enote, an App for Musicians Enote is a music technology organization that uses AI … [Read more...] about Sheet Music Startup Enote Raises 10 Million Euros for App Development
PressReader’s auto-translate is one of the newest and useful features of the digital newsstand. Using this feature, you can read your favorite publications in a selected language. So, you or your users make the most out of PressReader. Benefits of PressReader Auto-Translate Using the Auto-Translate feature, you can automatically translate full publications from their original … [Read more...] about Auto-Translate across 20+ languages with PressReader