Monthly Archives: February 2012

Elsevier Abandons Anti-Open Access Bill | The Scientist

Elsevier Abandons Anti-Open Access Bill | The Scientist. Tom Reller, an Elsevier spokesperson, told The Scientist that the company still opposes rigid government mandates regarding science publishing but hopes that withdrawing support of the RWA will quell some of the complaints the company had heard. “We don’t necessarily think this is going to end the boycott or […]

MediaPost Publications Magazine Circulation Suffered in 2011 02/28/2012

MediaPost Publications Magazine Circulation Suffered in 2011 02/28/2012. Excluding all membership based subscriptions, (including AAA Living and American Legion Magazine), Better Homes and Gardens tops the list, with 22.2 million subscribers, down slightly from 2010. BHG claims a monthly readership of 38.33 million readers, 30.28 million of whom are women. There is likely very little crossover in demographics between BHG […]

The newsonomics of hyperlocal’s next round: Patch, Digital First, and more » Nieman Journalism Lab

The newsonomics of hyperlocal’s next round: Patch, Digital First, and more » Nieman Journalism Lab. And yet: Digital First, at this reading, has about 1,000 bloggers within its cities, compared to Patch’s 14,000. Then there’s the overlap question: Aren’t these guys doing the same thing? Well, sorta, kinda. Buttry even says Digital First could reach […]