Friday, February 5, 2016
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories focuses on TFP's partnership with the U.S. Naval Institute on a digital asset management system, National Magazine Award winners, publishers making headway on social media, David Granger's exit from Esquire, and more.
The U.S. Naval Institute's Jonathan Hoppe explains in the latest Museum Archivist newsletter a digital asset management system the institute is implementing with guidance from TFP.

2016 Ellie winners included The Atlantic for Magazine of the Year and The Hollywood Reporter for General Excellence in Special Interests. New York magazine dominated though with four wins.

Magazines grew social audiences by more than a third in 2015, the MPA's latest report shows, with 220 million new likes and followers across the top five platforms.

Esquire editor David Granger is stepping down from the magazine after nearly two decades, Hearst announced last Friday. At this week's National Magazine Awards, Granger was given a standing ovation as he received an award in the Essays & Criticism category.
Infographic of the Week
TFP CEO Margot Knorr Mancini gives us the rundown on this week's AMMC event, highlighting some informative (and entertaining!) panels and sessions as well as industry insights shared among attendees.

InDesign CC Tip: Did you know with the release of Adobe InDesign 2015.2 you can access the Publish Online feature from the print and export dialogs? Monica Murphy explains how it works.

Our latest infographic pick looks at the science behind good storytelling and how brands are increasingly incorporating it into their content.
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