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By a strange coincidence, four events on the same day pretty much tell you everything you need to know about magazine media in 2020.
Here are eight, or maybe nine, not quite so obvious magazine publishing predictions that will help you prepare for the year ahead.
This past year saw numerous well-known magazines closing, as well as many magazines and “bookazines” growing and performing well.
While the publication is profitable, Meredith Corporation announced the closing of its Family Circle publication.
The nation’s largest magazine printer entered the same shark-infested water that the country’s largest magazine publisher found itself.
Earlier this month, the Meredith CEO made some revealing statements about the mess Meredith inherited with Time Inc.
The big publisher’s recent trials and triumph shed light on the magazine-media business – and how Time Inc. operated.
The called-off Quad-LSC merger contributed to a multi-year trend of gradually declining prices for publication printing.
Although Quad and LSC asked the court for an expedited process, the federal judge has rejected the request.
With its flexibility and an ability to produce small batches, digital printing is changing every category, but not magazine publishing.
The U.S. Justice Department’s lawsuit to block Quad’s purchase of LSC Communications is using the two companies’ comments against them.
Publishers should soon benefit from lower paper costs. But don’t hold your breath waiting for history to repeat itself.
An independent government watchdog refuted President Trump’s claims that the USPS loses “a fortune” on a sweetheart deal with Amazon.
A printing-industry expert believes the federal officials who questioned him were “pretty open-minded” about the deal.