Well, This Is Different -- Time Inc. Now Selling Print Ads Programmatically

Machines are now selling some print ads at Time Inc.The nation's largest magazine publisher -- owner of People, Time, Sports Illustrated and InStyle -- is letting marketers buy print ads with the same automated technology used to buy digital ads. This type of deal, where a computer facilitates a transaction, is referred to as programmatic ad buying.Target is the first brand to buy ads from Time Inc. in this manner. The retailer's media agency, Haworth, handled the deal, buying ads in People, Entertainment Weekly, Time and Sports Illustrated. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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Time Inc. Acquires Ad-Tech Company Adelphic to Beef Up Programmatic Advertising

As Time Inc. continues to pivot from being seen as a print magazine publisher to a digital media player, the company has acquired programmatic ad-tech company Adelphic. Adelphic will join Viant, a marketing company that Time Inc. acquired a year ago that uses first-party data and programmatic... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Time Inc. Shifts to Selling Ads by Category Instead of by Its Brands. Will It Make A Difference?

As a "digital-first company," Time Inc. is now trying to keep pace with tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Comcast, in addition to fellow magazine publishers like Hearst and Cond Nast.That's one of the big reasons why Time Inc. is embracing a category-focused, more streamlined approach to... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Survey: 80% of Premium Publishers Want to Sell Ads Based on Time

Just weeks after the Financial Times said it would begin selling digital ads based on the time for which they're exposed to readers, a new survey shows other digital publishers are growing bullish about the tactic. The survey, from Digital Content Next, found that 80% of "premium" publishers are... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Time’s up for Time Out as London print edition of magazine to be axed

Final copies of erstwhile listings and entertainment bible to be printed in June after 54-year run in capitalTime Out will stop publishing its London print edition after 54 years, becoming the latest in a long line of media outlets to abandon their physical presence and go online... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Time Warner in talks to sell part of Time Inc.

Time Warner is in talks to sell a large portion of its Time Inc. magazine division, including People, InStyle and Real Simple, according to a report Wednesday afternoon by Fortune.Headed for Meredith, Berkshire Hathaway or nowhere new after all?Fortune is itself a Time Inc. magazine but reported... Continue reading at Crains New York

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The New York Times Focuses New Ads on How It Reflects and Enriches Readers’ Lives

Vera, a cello player and Scrabble devotee, has been a New York Times subscriber for the past 75 years, developing her print habit somewhere around the Truman administration. These days, she's reading stories about Eugene O'Neill, TV dinners, book publishing and "getting older without getting... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Why is Agatha Christie the Best-Selling Author of All Time?

Agatha Christie, the Queen of Mystery, is the best-selling novelist of all time. What makes her work so timeless? Continue reading at Book Riot

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These are the 50 best-selling books of all time (on Amazon).

Want to read what everyone else is reading? MarketWatch reports that in honor of World Book Day, Amazon has released a list of their 50 overall bestselling books in the U.S. (at least in the 27 years since their launch in 1994). Of course, not everyone buys their books on Amazon (may we suggest... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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‘We don’t have visibility’: Google’s ad targeting limits expose publishers with reliance on open programmatic market and first-party data weakness

Most digital publishers connect to Google’s ad tech in some way, but those reliant on open programmatic ad exchanges, and without robust first-party data solutions, could be hurt by Google's data decisions. The post ‘We don’t have visibility’: Google’s ad targeting limits expose publishers with... Continue reading at Digiday

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How Do Readers Rate The New York Times Best-Selling Books?

What do actual readers think about the books which land on the New York Times Bestseller List? A new study finds out. Continue reading at Book Riot

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Black Bookstore Selling Out of Books For First Time in 30 Years: Critical Linking, June 14, 2020

An awesome daily roundup of the most interesting bookish links from around the web. Continue reading at Book Riot

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Missing your print edition of Ad Age? Switch to home delivery now

As many of us transition to working from home in this unprecedented situation, we recognize that you may not be receiving your print copy of Ad Age. We would like to offer you the option to redirect your copy of Ad Age to your home so you can continue to enjoy the magazine in print. To change... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Ad Age print subscription update in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

As many of us transition to working from home in this unprecedented situation, we recognize that you may not be receiving your print copy of Ad Age. We would like to offer you the option to redirect your copy of Ad Age to your home so you can continue to enjoy the magazine in print. To change... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Happy 25th anniversary, banner ads -- now it’s time to retire

While banner ads are past their prime, we wouldn’t be in this golden age of digital content marketing without them. Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Meredith Sells Money Magazine Brand, Nearly Two Years After Time Inc. Merger

Meredith Corp. has sold the Money magazine brand to Ad Practitioners LLC, a three-year-old Puerto Rico-based media and advertising startup behind the product review site ConsumersAdvocate.org, both parties announced Tuesday morning. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. One of a handful of... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Here’s How Harry Potter Used 51 Times Square Ads to Create One Immersive Theater

Visiting Times Square at night can be a pretty overwhelming experience, in part because of the visual chaos of so many massive digital ads vying for your attention. But would it be even more overwhelming if all the ads came together to tell one immersive story? The producers of Broadway's Harry... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Amazon opens way for apps on Fire TV to sell ads with The Trade Desk, Dataxu

Amazon has struck a deal with The Trade Desk and Dataxu, two sources of online advertising, to deliver commercials to Fire TV. On Friday, Amazon announced the new arrangement developed for media companies that stream video on Fire TV. The video publishers can now set up what are known as... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Google placed 'Stranger Things' AR ads in 'The New York Times'

If you see advertisements for a mall that look like they came straight out of the '80s on today's print edition of The New York Times, fire up Google Lens. Those neon-colored ads are most likely for Starcourt, the fictional Hawkins, Indiana mall that... Continue reading at Engadget

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Ozone Project to sell ads on self-serve basis after striking OpenX deal

UK news publishers want to make it easier for advertisers to buy directly and keep control of their data. Continue reading at Media Week

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