Friday, December 2, 2016
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories focuses on Snapchat’s “pioneering model of social networking,” changes driving an increase in publishers’ LinkedIn traffic, rumors Meredith may make a bid for Time Inc., the closure of Condé Nast’s Self print magazine, and more. Please read the full version here...
Snapchat’s “radical” ideas make it one of “the world’s most innovative and influential consumer technology companies,” says NYT tech columnist Farhad Manjoo.

LinkedIn changes are driving more traffic to publishers’ sites this year, especially business-focused outlets.

Meredith could make a bid for Time Inc. following the latter’s rejection of a $1.8 billion offer by a group of billionaire investors, according to reports. 

Condé Nast’s Self magazine will shut down with the February 2017 issue, although the publisher plans to still offer a digital version. 
Infographic of the Week
TFP’s Infographic Pick of the Week: Who’s hotter among Gen Z and millennial audiences: Instagram or Snapchat? Find out which platform is grabbing the most attention—and ad dollars.

In case you missed our Media Metrics: We covered politics on social media, how different demographics want to get their news, the number of digital journalism jobs, how millennial and baby boomer marketers differ, and much more.

Take a tour! Monica Murphy’s shows you all the new features in the updated AEM Mobile On-Demand Services Portal.
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