The new iPad Mini and the Microsoft Surface tablet will only add to the muddle of media companies' tablet publishing strategies. Will Apple now corner the low end of the market? Can Microsoft carve out a niche? Here’s what to expect going forward. Full Story
We've seen plenty of experimentation with digital editions. But as the market takes shape, publishers will need to consider real investments in the design and development of tablet and e-reader editions. Full Story
A few recent studies have shed some light on tablet and e-reader owners and how much media they read on their devices. Tablet owners continue to read a lot of magazines and newspapers, but, predictably, many of them are ditching printed products. Full Story
The women's publisher extends its portfolio across multiple platforms, from Android to Zinio, as part of a research-driven approach to new markets. "We do a lot of testing and learning," says Digital EVP Liz Schimel. Full Story
A recent study found consumers and publishers aren't necessarily on the same page when it comes to producing content for tablets and e-readers. Are publishers paying attention to what consumers really want? Full Story
Nearly 50 percent of tablet owners say they would welcome more interactive, engaging advertising to make tablet-based purchases, but publishers are not delivering when it comes to basic app usability, according to the Innovations in Magazines 2011 World Report. Full Story
Publishers are looking at e-books as possibly quite profitable for long-form journalism. Which leads to the question: What kind of long-form journalism e-books might work? Answer: business, technology and politics.