As far as I know, no print publication has done anything to save the newsstand
, most likely attributing its demise to "modern times," or the "economy," or to "new paradigms," or to a "matter of time" or "inevitability.
Fans of theses popular radio shows can now access a variety of audio, video and written word content on their iPad, iPhone via the Currents app or Android devices via the Google Newsstand
First released August 2011, the Metalcasting Newsstand
App was originally available only on Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
However, what is particularly noteworthy about Newsweek's newsstand
blockbuster is that it comes at a time when newsstand
sales for magazines across the board are in a protracted state of rapid decline.
is a preinstalled folder on the home screen of iOS 5 iPhones and iPads that displays a user's news apps within a virtual bookcase.
, a feature included in iOS 5, provides a portal for tablet users to select which newspaper and magazine apps they want to read on a daily basis, and automatically downloads them in the background to users' tablets and smartphones.
The new Newsstand
application requires that publishers join the service; traditional Apple "apps" are not automatically included.
Software company Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) said on Wednesday that leading publishers have created magazine applications enabled for iOS Newsstand
using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
With more than 600 titles created to date, the industry-leading Adobe Digital Publishing Suite includes full support for Newsstand
subscriptions, which can significantly boost sales and advertising revenue by combining greater content discoverability with flexible payment options required by readers, a statement said.
Tips for socially conscious newsstand
marketing including better efficiency through order regulation, zero copy sales and non-returnable distribution are outlined in the green paper.
In the early 1980s, Burgess got his curbside job at the Sherman Oaks Newsstand
Though she wasn't even born at the time the inaugural issue of BLACK ENTERPRISE hit the newsstands
in August 1970, 28-year-old Philadelphia native Jamila Payne was deeply influenced by our publication as a child.