Medium, the publishing platform startup founded by Twitter co-founder Ev Williams, has purchased long-form journalism project Matter, the companies announced today.
Trapit launched its new publisher suite today, the startup's first business-to-business product that publishers and brands can use to create personalized, more engaging reading experiences.
Readers have more control than ever over the content that they reader, with tools to reformat web pages, remove ads, and save them for later. How should publishers respond?
The future of publishing is doomed. Or perhaps, we're simply in the middle of a publishing transition that we don't fully understand yet.
It's a hunka hunka burning money, folks. And it's all about HTML5 for tablets and smartphones. Still got suspicious minds? Read on.
An insightful conversation on where AOL has been, and where it's headed with GDGT's help.
Editor's Pick The consummate entrepreneur, and the successful writer: put the two together, and you've got someone who budding authors should listen to about what it means to write books in 2013. Especially ... if you actually want to sell any.
Wired, one of the first big magazines devoted to technology and the Internet, generated half its ad revenue from the web in Q4 2012 -- a first for the magazine.
Apparently, Amazon isn't cool with any self-published book with the appearance of copyright infringement -- specifically, something related to Star Wars.
Editor's Pick Mather started writing his novel in 2010, and by 2012 had 150,000 words and 600 pages of The Atopia Chronicals. Using his background in startups and his savvy as an entrepreneur, he created an 11-step program to market and launch the book.
Netbiscuits raises $27M for its technology that adapts and delivers web applications to smartphones.
Wired editor Ryan Singel founds Contextly to make help digital journalists add more context to their stories.
Digital comic book reader Emanata just rolled out a new store within its iPad app, which allows independent creators to sell their work.
Content optimization platform RAMP gobbles up $15 million
Tagwhat introduces new publishing features.
GENWI hooks extra $2M to distribute content to mobile devices.
"Please keep your questions focused on Techonomy," one of the media handlers said.
Making books effortlessly easy has allowed Amazon to take over the e-book market. But the company has bigger plans.
Judging by the numbers, Amazon Kindle Singles program has been a successful one.
Sprout Social kicked off two new publishing tools today to further help businesses get the most out of their social media campaigns: Sprout Queue and ViralPost.
Sprout Queue makes it easier to coordinate and schedule content for delivery in advance. …