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Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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TFP Publishing Trends - November 2012

Welcome, Publishing Friends!
Wow! The year-end is shaping up to be as busy as ever—the industry is not slowing down. We have lots to share with you this month!

Check out our first Women in Media Spotlight and meet Maria Streshinsky, Editor in Chief of Pacific Standard magazine. She shares her thoughts on the current and future state of publishing. We're also excited to share our newest case study featuring our work over several years with Source Interlink Media, a forward-thinking client that has made great strides in organizing and leveraging its content to generate new revenue streams. Two great reads for you this month, along with our updates on Adobe DPS and Pinterest—which I hear many of you are enjoying.
Thanks for the great feedback—keep it coming!

Warm Regards-
Margot Knorr Mancini, Founder & CEO

Maria Streshinsky, Editor in Chief

Maria StreshinskyCheck out our first WIM interview, with Pacific Standard's Editor in Chief, Maria Streskinsky. Maria recently took the helm of the newly renamed periodical, after spending several years helping to reinvent The Atlantic.


Other highlights from our new Women in Media blog:

Source Interlink Media

Documenting our clients' success stories in order to share best practices and industry trends with the publishing community is a continual focus for Technology for Publishing. The newest addition to our case study library features Source Interlink Media

Working with Technology for Publishing, SIM launched a workflow migration initiative aimed at integrating its existing publishing technology into a new workflow, ensuring consistency and organization across schema, and setting the stage for future content syndication.

Download the case study now

Adobe® DPS v24 Release: 

Devices, Background Downloads, Sections

Adobe DPS LogoOn Nov. 12, Adobe presented an overview of the latest release of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite™—Version 24—which is focused on stability and feature enhancements. This is the last release for 2012.

Going forward, releases will be on a nine-week schedule in order for Adobe to more effectively build and test new features.


Pinterest Roundup: November

Pinterest LogoNovember's Pinterest Roundup features two notable new site features: secret boards and business pages. How will the new features affect site usage, and possibly your strategy? 

To see more about secret boards, business pages, and the other stories that made our list this month, check out the full post by clicking below.


InDesign CS6 Tip: Custom Style Mapping

The latest post from our InDesign Tips blog highlights a significant new feature available only in InDesign CS6.

With InDesign CS6, users now have the ability to easily copy, paste, and create links between objects when repurposing content for alternate layouts within a document or in a different documents. Custom Style Mapping allows for the mapping of Character and Paragraph styles within linked text objects, making the process of restyling your text objects easier and more efficient.


You can find more InDesign CS6 tips in our newest handbook.


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