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.
A rapidly growing - and increasingly fragmented - market for tablets and smartphones worries publishers, who are trying to figure out how to free up the resources needed to support multiple devices and platforms with a variety of content. Full Story
Time.com's Craig Ettinger says publishers will focus more this year on incorporating social conversations, shared content, data and gaming features to increase interaction and loyalty across Web and mobile channels. Full Story
During times of disruptive change in an industry, plenty of cautionary tales will emerge as established players try to remake themselves and new entrants develop radically new approaches. Here are five ill-conceived ideas that flamed out in 2010. Full Story
Digital media reached a tipping point this year, spurred by new distribution platforms (the iPad), groundbreaking apps, new design tools and emerging paid content models. Here are five technology-driven innovations that are changing the game for digital publishers. Full Story