FridaY, January 6, 2017
Welcome, and Happy New Year! In this first week of 2017, our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories focuses on Megyn Kelly's move from Fox to NBC, why some publishers are wary of Google AMP, the Journal's new approach to push notifications, the Modern Magazinist's 2016 review, and more. Please read the full version here...
Megyn Kelly is leaving Fox News to join NBC, where she will host a daytime news and talk show, anchor a Sunday evening newsmagazine program, and play a prominent role in the network's political coverage.

Google AMP is loading pages faster, but some publishers object to giving up control to the search giant, which presents their content as Google articles.

The Wall Street Journal’s push notification average open rate increased by 21% after it changed its preferred metric and launched new A/B testing.

2016 magazine highlights included big subscription jumps at Vanity Fair and Mad magazine, thanks to Donald Trump.
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Did you miss our 2016 Wrap-Up? TFP CEO Margot Knorr Mancini shares insights on industry highlights and trends in her latest article.

InDesign CC Tip: Straddling footnotes are finally here! As Monica Murphy explains in this week's tip, this new option allows you to straddle footnotes across all columns in a document, and it can be turned on or off for individual text boxes.

AND we released our newest handbook, Using Adobe InCopy CC 2017, outlining everything you need to know to master Adobe's latest InCopy release.
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